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Back-to-school: Everything you need to know

Parents and students are strongly encouraged to attend their school’s open house in order to prepare for the upcoming year. Each open house will give students and parents an opportunity…

Several Reservoir Hill projects near completion

As the flagship of Pagosa Springs’ parks system, Reservoir Hill has received a lot of attention over the years, and this summer is no exception. Several of this year’s improvement…

Vesicular stomatitis diagnosed in Archuleta County

By Christi Lightcap Special to The SUN As of Aug. 12, the Colorado Department of Agriculture’s State Veterinarian’s Office had 70 locations in 10 counties under quarantine after horses, mules…

Your child’s back-to-school health checklist

By Mike Baldyga Special to The SUN Summer fun is almost over for millions of American students. It’s time to put away the swimsuits, dust off the book bags and…

Little Devil Fire update: Aug. 20, 12:45 p.m.

As of 12:45 p.m., the Durango Interagency Fire Dispatch reported that the The Little Devil Fire is now estimated at 30+ acres, with containment at 10 percent. A heavy air tanker has…

Area fire update, tips for dealing with smoke

Little Devil Fire update Two forest system roads are  closed today on the San Juan National Forest in association with the Little Devil Fire, now estimated at 25 acres, burning…

Archuleta County landowner named 2015 Colorado Outstanding Tree Farmer of the Year

Archuleta County landowner named  2015 Colorado Outstanding Tree Farmer of the Year

By Ryan Lockwood Special to The SUN The Colorado State Tree Farm Committee has recognized Archuleta County tree farmer Peter Prina as the 2015 Colorado Outstanding Tree Farmer of the…

Lawsuit levied against county over 2013 flooding

Several individuals have filed a lawsuit against Archuleta County, with that suit relating to localized flooding that occurred in 2013 and a previous culvert replacement that allegedly led to the…

County on track to end year well over budgeted revenues

Based on early projections, Archuleta County is on pace to end 2015 with revenues in the general fund exceeding budgeted amounts by at least $550,000. The news came as part…

Legion officers to hold meet and greet in Pagosa today

By Roy Vega Special to The SUN Tom Florez, American Legion Department of Colorado commander, and the department service officer, Robert Rhodes, will be stopping in Pagosa Springs for a…