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County fund balances growing, according to treasurer report

In her semiannual report to the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners on Aug. 19, Archuleta County Treasurer Betty Diller indicated that the county continues to improve financially, with fund…

PAWSD votes to pull question from ballot

The board of the Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District (PAWSD) voted in a special board meeting on Sept. 2 to notify Archuleta County of its intentions to remove a…

Disc golf courses bring visitors to Pagosa Springs

The Pagosa Springs Disc Golf Club (PDGC) received permission to construct a nine-hole disc golf course on Reservoir Hill on a trial basis in 2009. Before long, because of the…

GED program to begin with registration week

GED program to begin with registration week

By Rosalind Marshall Special to The SUN The Archuleta County Education Center’s GED preparation program kicks off with a registration week beginning Tuesday, Sept. 9, at 1 p.m. Another registration…

Colorado suicide rate 8th highest in country

Colorado suicide rate 8th highest in country

Suicide in Colorado is a huge problem. Sadly, our state is ranked eighth in the nation for suicide deaths. Pagosa Springs health officials bring this staggering statistic even closer to…

Department of Education releases TCAP results

Data released last month by the Colorado Department of Education indicated that, for the most part, local students improved in reading, remained steady in writing, but got worse in math.…

Rio Blanco Bridge project hits snag

Based on information received by Archuleta County Friday, Aug. 29, the Rio Blanco Bridge will not be reconstructed this year, as was anticipated. The Rio Blanco Bridge is located on…

Town releases report on downtown flooding

On the night of Tuesday, July 15, a sudden and substantial summer thunderstorm caused floodwaters to spill over the banks of Rumbaugh Creek near the intersection of Lewis and 1st…

Reservoir Hill thinning project set for 2015

By Aaron Kimple Special to The SUN Reservoir Hill sits in the heart of Pagosa Springs. It hosts music lovers and recreationists, and offers views of the surrounding countryside. Its…

BoCC approves advisory questions for November ballot

In a series of three motions, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners voted Tuesday afternoon to place three advisory questions on the November 2014 ballot. The questions all relate…