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Rotarians implement high school science project in Africa

Rotarians implement high school science project in Africa

By John Duvall Special to The SUN This week, Pagosans David and Jean Smith arrived in the West African country of Senegal to begin three weeks of hands-on training of…

BoCC tables decision following communication issues

An agenda item aiming to help make two Archuleta County documents match what was expressed in the 2015 budget was disputed by several elected officials at Tuesday’s meeting of the…

Assessor clarifies solicitation letters

Some Archuleta County residents may have received a solicitation in the mail regarding documentation about their property, and Archuleta County Assessor Natalie Woodruff is seeking to clarify the documents. According…

Pagosa Springs High School awarded community grant to explore air quality

By Hannah Fletcher Special to The SUN Six community-led projects from across Colorado, including Pagosa Springs, will explore air quality, water quality or sustainable pathways for energy development in their…

Sheriff to speak at Republican Women’s meeting Feb. 10

By Martha Peacock Special to The SUN Sheriff Rich Valdez will be the featured speaker at the Archuleta County Republican Women’s meeting on Feb. 10 from noon to 1:30 p.m.…

Jan. 25 fire destroys Aspen Springs house

Pagosa Fire Protection District personnel responded to two fires on Jan. 25, with one being a minor fire at a restaurant and the second being a larger fire that destroyed…

Town, county hold work session

A Jan. 27 joint work session of the Pagosa Springs Town Council and Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners became more than a work session when the town board convened…

Bill ensures reimbursement for states during government shutdowns

Coloradans, perhaps more than anyone, appreciate the beauty and adventure of the great outdoors, the innovation and job creation that comes with a $600 billion recreation economy and the importance…

Efforts continue on Dry Gulch loan restructuring

Last November, the Colorado Water Conservation Board (CWCB) approved a loan-restructuring proposal for Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District (PAWSD) regarding the Dry Gulch Reservoir Project. However, since that meeting,…

LPEA to host ‘Lunch and Lights’ workshops

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN Continuing its free information series designed to help co-op members understand the new lighting technology and save energy, La Plata Electric Association (LPEA)…