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Draft budget: $4 million in grants for Reservoir Hill development?

By Ed Fincher Pagosa Springs Town Manager David Mitchem presented a preliminary budget for 2013 to town council at their last meeting, and while there is only $61,485 set aside…

County proceeds with plans for 95 acres

By Lindsey Bright Described as an important juncture in the journey to develop the county-owned 95 acres just south of the fairgrounds on U.S. 84, the Board of County Commissioners…

Schulte resigns county position

By Karl Isberg Greg Schulte, Archuleta County administrator since 2008, has announced his resignation and move to a position in California. In a visit to The SUN office, Schulte said…

PAWSD directors updated on water loss, consider draft budget

By Lindsey Bright Staff Writer The Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District is moving toward a solution for water loss, but it is a long road. During the Oct. 9…

County makes public draft 2013 budget

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer The first draft of Archuleta County’s 2013 budget was made public Thursday, showing a continued struggle with declining revenue, along with a continued strengthening of…

Downtown revitalization taskforce formed, planning underway

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer A group of about 16 concerned local citizens referring to themselves as “Imagine Downtown” has formed a downtown revitalization taskforce and have invited a company…

County details winter plowing policy, procedures

In preparation for the upcoming snow season, the Archuleta County Road and Bridge Department provides the following information to the public regarding snow removal operations. Archuleta County Road and Bridge…

DHS receives contracts for programs, training

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer Nearly $164,000 in contracts for programs and $15,000 in contracts for staff training were approved for the Department of Human Services at the Oct. 2…

Community honors veterans

  Some words are taught at a very young age. Take for instance, freedom: f-r-e-e-d-o-m, freedom, one can imagine a second-grade classroom echoing with the word. Definition: the power or…

Campaign fraud allegations launched against candidate

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer Allegations of campaign fraud have been launched against Michael Hayward, candidate for county commissioner, District 2. According to reports obtained from the Archuleta County Sheriff’s…