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Meeting sets goals for health department’s five-year plan

Meeting sets goals for health department’s five-year plan

Staff Writer “Health is the second blessing that we mortals are capable of, a blessing that money cannot buy.” — Izaak Walton, 17th century English writer. Health care is a…

Wolf Creek Ski Area ranked in top 10 by Forbes

Staff Writer Forbes Magazine last week placed Wolf Ski Resort in their “Top 10 Ski Resorts in the United States for 2013.” The author of the article, Christopher Steiner, explains…

ESL for Adults at Archuleta County Education Center

By Lynell Wiggers Special to The SUN Imagine living in another country and not being able to understand anyone or speak the language. The loss of self-confidence is particularly difficult…

All-expense-paid experience provides ‘leadership edge’ to high school juniors

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) invites high school juniors to participate in the Colorado Electric Education Institute Cooperative Youth Leadership Camp — an…

Help local school programs win grants, cast votes this week

By Joanne Irons Special to The SUN Teachers and parents give students the building blocks they need to learn and grow, but sometimes they can use a little outside help.…

County employees to receive year-end bonuses

Staff Writer After approving a budget that sees Archuleta County dipping into fund reserves in 2013 (see related article on Pg. 1), the Board of County Commissioners Tuesday approved giving…

PAWSD board asks for last-minute changes to 2013 budget

Staff Writer The Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District board of directors met Tuesday for their regular meeting. The agenda for the meeting was short: consent agenda (including a water…

Ski area plan accepted by Rio Grande Forest officials

Staff Writer This Tuesday, the Rio Grande National Forest accepted all portions of Wolf Creek Ski Area’s new master development plan (MDP) which fall under its jurisdiction. The full version…

Commissioners clash as county budget is passed

Commissioners clash as county budget is passed

Staff Writer The process of creating the 2013 budget for Archuleta County was contentious, and its adoption was no less so. The budget ultimately passed with a 2-1 vote of…

Court to Hudson: Pay the costs

Staff Writer District Court Judge Gregory Lyman ruled in favor of Archuleta County and, more specifically, Clifford Lucero Tuesday afternoon by awarding $3,589.26 in legal costs to Lucero. The award…