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PFPD has busy Labor Day weekend

The Pagosa Fire Protection District (PFPD) had a busy weekend, responding to several crashes and a kitchen fire. The full version of this story is available in the print edition…

Many questions for voters on November Colorado ballots

Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams announced in a press release on Aug. 29 that state voters this November will be asked to answer a series of nine ballot questions.…

Open house for state and local business resources

By Terry Blair-Burton Special to The SUN The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) is partnering with local economic developers to bring one-on-one business resources and services…

Southern Ute Agency plans prescribed burn

Richard Gustafson Special to The SUN Southern Ute Agency Fire Management plans to begin a prescribed burn next week in the Garcia Canyon/Round Meadow (BIA Road 152) area west of…

State assessment results for math, English language arts released

Additional CMAS (Colorado Measures of Academic Success) test results for math and English language arts (ELA) were released on Sept. 1, adding to the assessment data released in August. The…

U.S. 160 re-striping, signal work underway

A project to upgrade traffic signals and re-stripe lanes along U.S. 160 in Pagosa Springs, originally expected in May, got underway yesterday. The full version of this story is available…

Roberts to speak at Republican Women meeting

By Martha Peacock Special to The SUN The Archuleta County Republican Women are pleased to announce that Sen. Ellen Roberts will be our featured speaker at our Sept.13 monthly meeting…

Forest Service firefighting crews will begin black-lining perimeter of prescribed burn this morning

By Ann Bond U.S. Forest Service firefighting crews will begin black-lining the perimeter of the Pargin Prescribed Burn this morning in the HD Mountains south of U.S.  160. Prescribed burning…

Attorney fees to be decided in suit against town over executive session

With the successful conclusion of plaintiff Bill Hudson’s suit under the Colorado Open Meetings  (Sunshine) Law, demanding disclosure of the recording of the executive session convened by the Pagosa Springs…

BoCC to decide on justice center location Sept. 19

Springs Partners property no longer an option The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) will now make a decision on where to put the justice center on Sept. 19. The…