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Tempers flare over nuisance ordinance

Staff Writer An Aspen Springs property owner has been given 90 days to clean up her property before Archuleta County takes additional action against her. According to Archuleta County officials,…

G.O.A.L. Academy students clean up community

G.O.A.L. Academy students clean up community

By Missy Shaw Special to The SUN On April 15, G.O.A.L. Academy students gave their time and effort to help clean up our community. They started at 9:30 a.m. on…

Tip a Nerd will help team travel to Global competition

By Joanne Irons Special to The SUN The Pagosa DI Nerds are still working to raise the money for Destination Imagination Global competition in Knoxville, Tenn. on May 21. They…

FBLA members compete at state conference

FBLA members compete at state conference

By Zachary Ellis Special to The SUN Twenty-one Pagosa Springs High School Future Business Leaders of America members traveled to Vail on April 26 to attend the three-day FBLA State…

County adopts ‘milestone’ geothermal regs

Staff Writer A year and a half in the making, Archuleta County now has regulations and guidelines in the books governing the use of geothermal resources for the commercial production…

Town spends $10,000 towards creating DDA

Staff Writer The task force that has worked for the last year and a half towards establishing a Downtown Development Authority asked the Pagosa Springs Town Council for its assistance…

BoCC amends land use regs on kennels, animal shelters

Staff Writer On Tuesday, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners approved a resolution amending portions of the county’s land use regulations that deal with animals. More specifically, the changes…

Police seek info on April burglary

Staff Writer Pagosa Springs Police Department personnel are seeking information on a residential burglary that occurred April 25 in which approximately $4,500 worth of property was stolen. The burglary occurred…

Airport training focuses on crash response

Airport training focuses on crash response

Staff Writer As the saying goes, prior practice prevents poor performance. Such was the case when several local emergency response entities participated in an inter-agency cooperative drill at Stevens Field…

SCAPE accepting applications for next session

By Elizabeth Marsh Special to The SUN The Southwest Colorado Accelerator Program For Entrepreneurs (SCAPE) is accepting applications for its third program during the month of May 2014. SCAPE’s objective…