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Public broadband input captured at meetings

By SUN staff Staff Writers Public input concerning hopes for realization of broadband Internet service for the Pagosa Springs community was the objective of daylong meetings hosted by the Pagosa…

Job Fair scheduled for May 6

The Pagosa Springs Area Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the second annual Job Fair on May 6 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Ross Aragon Community Center.…

Resolution of dispute over town sewage nears

At a special meeting on April 14 in its capacity as the board of the Pagosa Springs Sanitation General Improvement District (PSSGID), the Pagosa Springs Town Council moved toward resolution…

Legislators put politics aside to pass water bill

The unanimous passage of House Bill 2016-1256, the South Platte River Water Storage Bill, shows that the Colorado Legislature can put politics aside, come together and get behind an issue…

County awards grants to area nonprofits

On Tuesday, April 19, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) awarded grants to several nonprofit organizations within the county. According to agenda information used at the meeting, eight…

Shortened application times will put pharmacist grads to work sooner

By Cory Everett Special to The SUN Getting a license just got easier for aspiring pharmacists in Colorado. The Colorado Division of Professions and Occupations (DPO), part of the Department…

Geothermal exploration funding dilemma remains unresolved

An effort initiated last February by the Pagosa Area Geothermal Power and Water Authority (PAGWAPA) to move forward on its stalled project to locate a geothermal energy resource lying deep…

SJWCD down one long-time board member, moving forward on Dry Gulch project

By Leah Ballard Staff Writer The San Juan Water Conservancy District (SJWCD) approved a $1,000 increase to its donation to the Water Information Program (WIP) at its bi-monthly meeting on…

Affordable housing proposed for school property

By Leah Ballard Staff Writer At its April 12 work session, the Archuleta School District (ASD)Board of Education heard a proposal from two local independent contractors hoping to build affordable…

Man drives Outback down under

Man drives Outback down under

The Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office (ACSO) is investigating why a 23-year-old drove his vehicle into Village Lake recently, with the driver reporting that he was being chased by a man…