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National park tourism in Colorado creates economic benefit

By James Doyle Special to The SUN A new National Park Service (NPS) report shows that the 6,031,876 visitors to national parks in Colorado in 2014 spent $374.4 million in…

PSMC board approves purchase of CT scanner

In the regular meeting of the Upper San Juan Health Service District (USJHSD), doing business as Pagosa Springs Medical Center (PSMC), the board of directors passed a formal resolution to…

CDOT approves Tracks Across Borders Scenic and Historic Byway

By Muriel Eason Special to The SUN The Tracks Across Borders Scenic and Historic Byway (TABB) was officially designated as Colorado’s newest scenic and historic byway by the Colorado Department…

Colorado bird owners: Protect your poultry

By Christi Lightcap Special to The SUN The United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) has confirmed the presence of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza…

Seventh annual Car Show set for May 15-17

By Angela Wirth SUN Columnist The Chamber’s next big event, the seventh annual Car Show, will be held May 15-17. On Friday night, you can spend the evening enjoying the…

Learn about Enterprise Zone boundary changes

By Terry Blair-Burton Special to The SUN Southwest Enterprise Zone boundaries are changing, effective Jan. 1, 2016, and will affect many businesses and Enterprise Zone Contribution Projects in La Plata…

Final pieces decided for town’s marijuana ordinance, first reading set for May 5

Marijuana remained a topic of conversation at last week’s Pagosa Springs Town Council meeting as Town Manager Greg Schulte asked for guidance on four more aspects of an ordinance that…

Town to participate in Trujillo Road project

Trujillo Road (County Road 500), from the transfer station/recycling center to the intersection of 8th and Apache streets, should be completely repaved this summer, thanks to a cooperative effort between…

County courthouse crisis

County courthouse crisis

A flooded facility: Inmates, Sheriff’s Office move It may not seem like a large amount of rain fell last weekend, but it was enough to shut down the Archuleta County…

Commissioners consider solutions, discuss progress

Following last week’s and weekend’s flooding that left the western portion of the Archuleta County Courthouse closed, county staff and elected officials have been hard at work determining the best…