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Holloman awarded Water Manager of the Year for District 7

Holloman awarded Water Manager of the Year for District 7

Distribution Superintendent Art Holloman with the Pagosa Water and Sanitation District (PAWSD) has been named the Water Manager of the Year for District 7 by the Colorado Division of Water…

Town accepting applications for Hot Springs Boulevard banners

Special to The SUN The Town of Pagosa Springs is accepting applications to hang a banner over Hot Springs Boulevard in 2015. Applications should be submitted by email to ahessman@pagosasprings.co.gov…

CSP still looking to ID car involved in fatal hit-and-run

Colorado State Patrol investigators are still looking for the vehicle involved in a fatal hit-and-run that took place in the early hours of Oct. 17. According to Master Trooper Doug…

LEAP season begins Saturday

Leaves are falling, temperatures are dropping, and LEAP (Low-Income Energy Assistance Program) season officially begins this weekend. Those who take part in the LEAP program through Archuleta County Department of…

Area hospitals release Ebola preparation plans

A public service announcement (PSA) released by the Pagosa Springs Medical Center (PSMC), the San Juan Basin Health Department (SJBHD) and Mercy Regional Medical Center (MRMC) addresses emergency preparations in…

Public meeting set for Reservoir Hill thinning project

While the Pagosa Springs Town Council continues to express support for the proposed forest-thinning project on Reservoir Hill, after a recent walking tour revealed the scope of the planned work,…

Council considers GGP grant, park restrooms

The Pagosa Springs Town Council voted last week to become even more invested in the Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership (GGP), but the decision was not unanimous and was preceded by over…

County gives $12,200 for ice rink

Pagosa Springs will soon be home to an ice rink, albeit a temporary one. The rink will be located at the athletic field adjacent to Town Park, with the Multi-Purpose…

Hunting: ‘That’s my medicine’

Wounded combat veterans hunt Square Top Ranch For some looking to heal from and dampen the effects of war, both seen and unseen, drugs are not the answer. For some,…

Local unemployment rate plummets to 3.7 percent

The unemployment rate for September in Archuleta County fell to 3.7 percent, which is nearly an entire percentage point lower when compared to August and three full percentage points lower…