Widgetized Section

Go to Admin » Appearance » Widgets » and move Gabfire Widget: Social into that MastheadOverlay zone

— Subscribe to this topic on PagosaSUN.com
Home » Archives by category » News (Page 62)

Murder trial ends with hung jury

Staff Writer Following a day and a half of deliberation, the jury in a second-degree murder trial returned without a verdict Saturday, the hung jury making for the second mistrial…

County budget: cuts and raises

Staff Writer An overview of the draft 2014 budget was presented at the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioner’s meeting Tuesday, Oct. 15, showing an anticipated 8.5 percent drop in…

High bids stall Wal-Mart plan

Staff Writer Wal-Mart representative Josh Phair placed a call to the Pagosa Springs Planning Department on Oct. 9 informing the town the bids it had received from contractors for the…

Charges dropped in child porn case

Staff Writer Charges against a Pagosa Springs man arrested in October 2012 for possession of child pornography were dropped on Aug. 12. The District Attorney’s Office dropped charges against John…

Local Rotary clubs to hold open house

By John Duvall Special to The SUN Pagosa Springs’ two Rotary clubs will host an open house on Monday, Oct. 21. The event starts at 6 p.m. in the lobby…

BoCC to discuss strategic plan, audit, proposed budget

The Board of County Commissioners meets today at 1:30 p.m. at the county courthouse. The agenda is as follows: Call to order. Public comments: This is an opportunity during the…

Pagosa Nordic Club conducts membership drive

By James Dickhoff Special to The SUN With fresh snow on the mountain peaks recently, the Pagosa Nordic Club is busy preparing for another great cross country ski season. For…

Water conservancy district board to discuss Dry Gulch project

A work session and regular meeting of the Board of Directors of the San Juan Water Conservancy District have been scheduled for Monday, Oct. 14, at 4 and 5 p.m.…

School board race, District 5: Dryburgh and Hooten

School board race, District 5: Dryburgh and Hooten

The Archuleta School District Board of Education has two openings this year, with both seats being contested before voters. Incumbent Tim Taylor will face challenger Brooks Lindner to represent District…

Habitat advocates for affordable housing

Habitat advocates for affordable housing

By Cindi Galabota Special to The SUN The week of Oct. 6-12 is busy and exciting for thousands of Habitat for Humanity volunteers across the state of Colorado, as they…