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February sales tax 12.9 percent ahead of last February

Sales tax information for February 2018 has been released, with sales tax collections coming 12.9 percent higher than February of 2017. The full version of this story is available in…

Pagosa Lakes Property Owners Association seeking two directors

Special to The SUN The Pagosa Lakes Property Owners Association is seeking association members in good standing to stand for election for one regular board vacancy with a three-year term…

Juvenile hit by truck, Subaru rolls on U.S. 160 in separate accidents

Emergency personnel responded to several vehicular accidents over the course of the week, including an accident where a juvenile female was hit by a truck. The full version of this…

New insurance rating could change rates

The Pagosa Fire Protection District (PFPD) received a new Insurance Services Office (ISO) rating, which could modify insurance rates for citizens residing in the district. The full version of this…

LPEA implements seasonal fire prevention measures

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN With current and pending future dry conditions, as well as high temperatures and blustery winds present in the region, La Plata Electric Association…

Tenth annual Car Show set for June 8 and 9

The Pagosa Springs Car Show celebrates its 10th anniversary this year on June 8 and 9. Due to the construction improvements on Hermosa Street, the car show festivities will be…

Forestry workshop set in celebration of Wildfire Community Preparedness Day

By Laurel Sebastian Special to The SUN In celebration of Wildfire Community Preparedness Day, several Pagosa Springs partners are hosting a public forestry workshop to improve local forest health and…

BLM seeks nominations to Resource Advisory Councils

Special to The SUN The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is seeking public nominations for positions on 30 citizen-based sounding boards for BLM initiatives, proposals and policy changes. The full…

Town council takes action on short-term rentals

During its regular meeting on April 19, the Pagosa Springs Town Council voted to enter into an agreement with a company that monitors short-term vacation rentals. The full version of…

San Juan Basin Public Health reminds residents to take precautions to prevent rabies exposures

By Claire Ninde Special to The SUN During the 2017 summer season, San Juan Basin Public Health (SJBPH) submitted and tested 11 bats for rabies, one of which was positive.…