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Plague confirmed in a La Plata County resident

By Flannery O’Neil Special to The SUN San Juan Basin Health (SJBH), in coordination with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE), has identified a human case of…

Discolored water due to line break

A break in a main water line near Loma Linda subdivision caused a disruption in service on Sunday, Sept. 7, said Renee Lewis, director of operations and compliance with Pagosa…

No reports of rare respiratory virus in county

Although there have been no cases of the rare respiratory virus enterovirus-D68 (EV-D68) reported in Archuleta County, a public service announcement (PSA) was released Tuesday by the communications department of…

Police seek info on Monday burglary

Pagosa Springs Police Department personnel are seeking information regarding a burglary that took place in downtown Pagosa Springs earlier this week. According to Officer Floyd Capistrant, Riff Raff Brewing Company,…

Jones Clark ‘Penny’ Penwell

Jones Clark ‘Penny’ Penwell

Jones “Penny” Penwell, age 92, of Mt. Vernon, Mo., formerly Rockaway Beach, Mo., passed away at 5:30 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 1, at the Missouri Veterans Home in Mt. Vernon.…

Mushrooms may cause potential harm to pets

The moisture this year has been a mixed blessing. While the rains have given this area a boost, they have also contributed to producing something that could harm or even…

Sales begin for recreational marijuana, county sees first sales in Four Corners

Sales begin for recreational marijuana, county sees first sales in Four Corners

Recreational marijuana is officially for sale in Archuleta County — the first such marijuana for sale in the Four Corners. Colorado is the only state in the Four Corners to…

Board votes ‘no’ on school-based health center

The Archuleta School District Board of Education gave in to public pressure at Tuesday night’s meeting, deciding to back away from the idea of a school-based health center … for…

July sales tax collections skyrocket, up 15.6 percent

Apparently, having fireworks for Independence Day is good for the local economy. The sales tax revenue received for collections made during the month of July totaled $756,330.71, an increase of…

Residents seek investigation into county officials, actions

A document requesting a grand jury investigation into the actions of some Archuleta County officials and stating intent to sue those officials has been sent to the District Attorney’s Office…