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Hinger, Laverty selected to visit Washington, D.C.

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN Pagosa Springs High School (PSHS) students Jesse Laverty and Tate Hinger have been selected to represent La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) as part…

Town to host Smart Growth Workshop: Implementing Smart Growth 101

By James Dickhoff Special to The SUN The Town of Pagosa Springs is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a grant-funded technical assistance workshop delivered by Smart Growth…

Affordable solar energy for all to be discussed

By Anne Kautzky Special to The SUN So, you want a solar electric system for your home. The vast majority of electric co-op members would like to save on energy…

School master planning committee meets

A group of community members met on May 2 at Pagosa Springs Elementary School to tour the school and discuss factors that will inform Archuleta School District’s (ASD) master plan.…

Legislative session and the accountability clock: Time’s up

This week will end the 2017 legislative session. As of May 7, there were 61 bills addressing K-12 education issues. Of these, 25 did not pass, 23 passed and 10…

PPOS to make initial employment offer for teaching position

The board of the fledgling Pagosa Peak Open School (PPOS) decided after an executive session at its meeting last Sunday, May 7, to make its first offer of a teaching…

PFPD responds to accident, holds trainings

The Pagosa Fire Protection District (PFPD) responded to an accident and held several trainings over the course of the last week. The full version of this story is available in…

Sixth-grade students hold Renewable Energy Day

Sixth-grade students hold Renewable Energy Day

By David Smith Special to The SUN The U.S. Department of Energy projects a 48 percent increase in the worldwide consumption of energy by 2040. The full version of this…

Residents warned after storage units burglarized

The Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office (ACSO) is warning residents to photograph and take note of their property in storage units after two different storage facilities were burglarized. The full version…

Town to consider impact fee moratorium

The Pagosa Springs Town Council is expected to hear the first reading of an ordinance on May 18 that would temporarily waive impact fees for new residential and commercial projects…