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Sunny and breezy in the forecast

Pagosa Country’s forecast recently has been fairly predictable: mostly sunny with wind. And don’t expect that to change too much in the coming days. Today’s National Weather Service forecast calls…

Town, county and Chamber to hold job fair

By Angela Wirth SUN Columnist It’s once again time to order your hanging baskets from the Chamber, and they are selling quickly. We are again hosting our annual Pagosa Pride…

Pedestrian bridge closure

By Jim Miller Special to The SUN The Parks Department of the Town of Pagosa Springs will be conducting maintenance work on the pedestrian bridge between the Archuleta County Courthouse…

SJWCD discusses transmountain diversion

During the regular meeting of the board of directors of the San Juan Water Conservancy District (SJWCD) on April 6, chairman Rod Proffitt presented an update on roundtable issues and…

Town applies for grant to repair historic bridge and waterworks

The stone arch bridge located behind the Pagosa Springs History Museum on 1st Street became a topic of serious concern for the Pagosa Springs town council recently. “This property is…

Southwest Colorado eSchool accepting enrollments for 2015-2016

By Tod Lokey Special to The SUN The Southwest Colorado eSchool (SWCeS) is accepting enrollments from regional students for the 2015-16 school year. Students can enroll for full-time study and…

Town sanitation district discusses charging dormant fee

People who own vacant property within the Pagosa Springs Sanitation and General Improvement District (PSSGID) have traditionally paid the flat rate of $37.50 per month, even if no one was…

Register for free youth spring baseball clinic

By Tom Carosello SUN Columnist The third annual Pagosa Springs Youth Spring Training Clinic for ages 9-13 will take place May 8-9 at the high school baseball complex. Registrations for…

Construction to resume on sewer pipeline near Trujillo Road

Construction will soon resume on the forced-main sewer pipeline that will pump wastewater from the lagoons near Yamaguchi Park to the Vista Wastewater Treatment Plant on the west side of…

CDOT calls drivers to ‘Drop the Distraction’ in April

By Sam Cole Special to The SUN Don’t be an April fool — it’s time to “Drop the Distraction.” In April, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is partnering with…