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Business Bites: ‘Preparing for an El Niño Winter’

By Angela Wirth SUN Columnist The Chamber is putting together its next Business Bites presentation to be scheduled for the end of October, “Preparing for an El Niño Winter.” This…

Despite warm temps, county preparing for winter

Despite temperatures in the 70s this week, Archuleta County Road and Bridge personnel are gearing up for this winter, with all the necessary machinery set to be ready for a…

Interim committees to consider new legislation

My September finished with another round of interim committee hearings, including on data collection of police-initiated contacts, considering possible ways to improve statewide racial profiling data, and the final series…

Pagosa’s Professional Women’s Networking Group to meet Oct. 16

By Alice Hunt Special to The SUN Do you want to connect with other amazing women in the Pagosa area that give you feedback and ideas for your business? Please…

Local officer receives drug-recognition expert certification

Local officer receives drug-recognition expert certification

A Pagosa Springs police officer has obtained certification as a drug-recognition expert (DRE) after completing a law enforcement training program sponsored by the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration. The certification,…

Local man found injured hours after motorcycle crash

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer A Pagosa Springs man involved in a motorcycle crash Saturday night, Oct. 10, was not found until the early morning hours of Sunday, Oct. 11.…

New playground equipment to be installed at Town Park

By Darren Lewis SUN Columnist The Town Park playground will be closed Oct. 19 through Nov. 8 for the much-anticipated new pirate-themed playground equipment installation. The Parks and Recreation Department…

Pagosa Verde presents risk versus benefits of continuing project

Last week, Pagosa Verde president Jerry Smith presented the Pagosa Area Geothermal Water and Power Authority (PAGWAPA) with an analysis of the risks associated with continuing to explore the local…

County pledges $54,000 for skate park expansion

By Marshall Dunham Staff Writer At a regular meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 6, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners pledged $54,000 to help pay for phase II of the…

Celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October

By Michelle Wilson Special to The SUN The San Juan Basin Health Department (SJBHD) urges women ages 40 years and older to talk with their doctors during National Breast Cancer…