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Water conservancy district makes decisions on water cases, contract

Following an executive session, the San Juan Water Conservancy District (SJWCD) Board of Directors voted to take action on some water rights issues, as well as a potential contract offering.…

CBI investigating $2.6 million in unreported county property

According to some Archuleta County staff and elected officials, approximately $2.6 million in county property was unaccounted for as of Friday, Feb. 8. The full version of this story is…

Board looks to boost funds for dispatch center

By John Finefrock Staff Writer The Archuleta County Combined Dispatch Board outlined how to make the dispatch center more effective at its retreat on Feb. 4. The full version of…

Local snowpack levels remain unchanged, winter storm on horizon

Local snowpack levels remain unchanged, winter storm on horizon

The Upper San Juan site snowpack totals remain unchanged from last week, with minimal snowfall occurring in the past week. The full version of this story is available in the…

Jail: Correction, clarification on finance terms

In the Feb. 7 edition of The SUN, in the article “County takes action on new jail,” it was mistakenly reported that the financing terms of the new detention facility…

Cross Country Skiing

Cross Country Skiing

Pagosa Springs Elementary School fourth-graders get ready for a day of cross-country skiing at Cloman Park Friday. The school aims to introduce children to several activities that can help keep…

Bald Eagle

Bald Eagle

This bald eagle was spotted at Lake Forest recently, possibly keeping an eye out for a snack. Eagles can be spotted throughout Pagosa Country and can live up to 28…

Foundation for Archuleta County Education plans for summer STEM camp

Foundation for Archuleta County Education plans for summer STEM camp

By Lynne McCrudden Special to The SUN FACE (Foundation for Archuleta County Education) was pleased to fund over $5,000 in grants to teachers for educational programs for K-12 students in…

LEAP offers heating assistance to help pay portion of heating bills

Special to The SUN As the temperatures continue to dip further below freezing, one in four Colorado families will struggle to pay their home heating costs. Colorado’s Low-Income Energy Assistance…

Blood pressure checks to be offered at 9Health Fair

By Constance d’Angelis Special to The SUN Did you know that 103 million Americans have high blood pressure? That means that 46 percent of the adult population is at high…