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Town seeks planning commission members

By Rachel Novack Special to The SUN The Town of Pagosa Springs Planning Commission is seeking interested individuals that meet any of the following three criteria to fill commission vacancies:…

Chamber to hold annual Membership Gala Saturday

It is not too late to purchase your tickets for the Chamber’s annual Membership Gala to be held on Saturday, Jan. 21. The full version of this story is available…

Setting the stage for 2017: reviewing rules and regulations

A recent analysis by the Competitive Enterprise Institute showed that for every law Congress passed in 2016, the Obama Administration issued 18 rules and regulations. With a total of 3,853…

Public Meetings

The following meetings are subject to change. Thursday, Jan. 19 Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District work session. 4 p.m., PAWSD administrative offices, 100 Lyn Ave. The full version of…

Dog dies in structure fire

The Pagosa Fire Protection District (PFPD) battled a structure fire on Friday, Jan. 13, that resulted in the death of a dog. The full version of this story is available…

Register now for youth volleyball ages 9-12

By Darren Lewis SUN Columnist The recreation department is accepting youth volleyball registration for 9-10 and 11-12 age groups through Feb. 24. The full version of this story is available…

Town Comprehensive Plan public open house set

By Rachel Novak Special to The SUN The Town of Pagosa Springs is excited to announce the very first public open house in a series of forums that will be…

BoCC approves cell tower

In April of last year, an application for a zoning change to allow a new cell tower to be built by Verizon Wireless in the Pagosa Lakes community was withdrawn…

Wadley elected new BoCC chair

The concluding item on the agenda of the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners at its first regular meeting of the new year on Jan. 16 was “reorganization.” The full…

Teacher shortage affects schools across the state

When I was little, my South Lakewood Elementary class would board a bus once a year and take a field trip to our state Capitol. I was always in awe;…