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Comments sought on reopening gravel pits, expansion

In a public notice giving citizens an opportunity to comment, the Pagosa Ranger District is proposing to re-enter the existing Gordon Creek and Chub Draw gravel pits to provide a…

Bulk data for wellbore testing, complaints available to public

By Todd Hartman Special to The SUN The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC) this week made data related to public complaints and mechanical integrity tests for wellbores available…

Sales tax collections continue to grow

The sales tax figures for Archuleta County have been unrealistically high during the first three months of 2015 because the Colorado Department of Revenue has been adding in the collection…

LPEA annual meeting to be at Pagosa Springs High School

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN Results of director elections in all four districts of La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) will be announced at the electric cooperative’s annual meeting…

Snowpack down, water outlook less than favorable

While April is historically the peak month for snowpack, this year was different, according to a press release from the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), with the snowpack melted…

San Juan National Forest firewood permits on sale

By Ann Bond Special to The SUN As backcountry roads open for the summer season, permits to cut firewood on the San Juan National Forest are now on sale. A…

Register for adult softball through June 3

By Tom Carosello SUN Columnist The Pagosa Springs Recreation Department is accepting team registrations for the 2015 adult men’s and coed softball leagues through June 3. Registration forms are available…

Grants available to expand local child care

By Jessica Edelbaum Special to The SUN The Early Childhood Council of La Plata County, as a recipient of the Colorado Infant and Toddler Quality and Availability Grant and a…

Get screened during National Women’s Health Week

By Karen Forest Special to The SUN Women are often the caregivers of the family. After taking care of kids, spouses, aging parents or even friends, women sometimes forget to…

County considers changes to marijuana ordinance

The first reading of Archuleta County’s proposed updated marijuana ordinance last week featured several small changes to the ordinance that was originally approved last year, as well as a larger…