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PAWSD gets more accurate water loss data

By Lindsey Bright Staff Writer As the Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District continues to install more accurate meters at water treatment facilities, totals for the water produced and water…

Commissioners consider use of county tourism funds

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer The budgeting of lodgers tax revenue (the county’s tourism funding) was a topic at an Archuleta County budget hearing Nov. 5, with questions raised over…

Season opens at Wolf Creek Ski Area

Staff Writer It’s been a dry year. Rain came late, and too little. Wildfires kept on popping up in Pagosa Country until last week. But then, last Friday, the waiting…

Register now for Youth Basketball

By Tom Carosello SUN Columnist Registration for this year’s 9- and 10-year-old and 11- and 12-year-old youth basketball leagues will begin Monday and run through Dec. 21. Children who will…

County building permit revenues up 50 percent over last year

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer Third quarter reports for Archuleta County’s building and planning departments show, among other things, two trends in Archuleta County — increasing numbers of lot consolidations…

Shop local at the annual Parade of Stores

By Mary Jo Coulehan SUN Columnist The seventh annual Parade of Stores Shopping Extravaganza is just a month away. Get ready to enjoy big savings throughout town with the no-tax…

Formal charge in child pornography case

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer John Vick, the Pagosa man arrested Oct. 22 for possession of child pornography, was formally charged Nov. 1 in Archuleta County Court. Vick, 48, was…

Pagosan gets 12 years for attempted murder

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer Pagosan Tony “Marvin” Lujan was sentenced to 12 years in the Colorado Department of Corrections on Tuesday afternoon for his conviction of attempted second-degree murder.…

Third-quarter report shows declining county revenues

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer Archuleta County continues to reign in its spending in the face of decreasing revenues, according to the Third Quarter Financial Report. The report was presented…

Charges against standoff suspect bound over to District Court

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer Eight charges filed against Mark Trail, the suspect in the September standoff with law enforcement that lasted 26 hours, were bound over to District Court…