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County’s unemployment rate down significantly

Staff Writer Despite the recent struggles of the Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation, the local economy shows signs of improving this summer, with the unemployment rate for April falling drastically.…

Environmental Awareness Scholarships

Environmental Awareness Scholarships

SUN photo/Shanti Johnson The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners present high school seniors with the county’s environmental awareness scholarships in the amount of $500 each Tuesday. Seniors wrote essays…

Voter affiliation FAQs answered

Staff Writer In advance of the June 24 primary election, a number of Archuleta County’s registered voters have received a letter in the mail that has generated several questions. The…

Visitor Center director resigns

Staff Writer Well, that didn’t last long. JaNae Christians, who just started working for the Town Tourism Committee in February as the new Visitor Center director, quit late last week.…

Biz Beat- Sky View Motel

Biz Beat- Sky View Motel

When Sky View Motel’s doors closed in December 2012, after nearly five decades of operation, it was no secret it had seen better days. Pagosa businessman and funeral home owner…

EMS Week: Honoring those saving lives

Staff Writer This week is National Emergency Services (EMS) Week — a time to recognize and honor the people in our community serving on the healthcare frontlines. Haz Said, with…

Pagosa students compete at state science fair

Pagosa students compete at state science fair

By Kayla Nasralla Special to The SUN Over spring break, two Pagosa students headed to Fort Collins to compete in the Colorado Science and Engineering Fair (CSEF). After coming in…

Colorado School of Mines Geophysics Field Camp presentation tonight

By Dawn Umpleby Special to The SUN The Colorado School of Mines Geophysics Field Camp will hold a presentation this evening, Thursday, May 22, at 7 p.m. at the CSU…

Black Hawk visits middle school for drug prevention

Black Hawk visits middle school for drug prevention

Staff Writer A HC60 Black Hawk helicopter touched down across from Town Park Friday morning to be greeted by a crowd of eager middle school students. The helicopter visit was…

Sales tax collections up significantly for March

Staff Writer When the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners and the Pagosa Springs Town Council met on March 9 to discuss a new 1-percent sales tax increase, Councilor David…