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Public Meetings

The following meetings are subject to change. Monday, May 9 Pagosa Area Geothermal Water and Power Authority meeting. 5 p.m., Archuleta County administration building, commissioners’ meeting room, 398 Lewis St.…

Phone scammer threatens electricity disconnect if money not paid

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) is once again cautioning its members to not be fooled by impersonators claiming to be from LPEA and…

Two rollover crashes occur May 1

Two rollover accidents occurred on Sunday, May 1, on U.S. 160, just 13 miles away from each other and roughly half an hour apart. The first accident occurred around 3:30…

Bill allows for voters to have a say in state’s pick for president

I heard loud and clear across the 59th House District that voters were not happy that they did not have the opportunity to have a vote on who would be…

ACSO to increase DUI enforcement

The Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office (ACSO) will be increasing DUI enforcement from now until midsummer in conjunction with the High Visibility Enforcement Campaign and the Law Enforcement Assistance Fund. “The…

Downtown Task Force to meet May 12

The Downtown Task Force (DTF) announces its next regular meeting on Thursday, May 12. In partnership with the Town of Pagosa Springs and the Colorado Department of Local Affairs, the…

Statewide Broadband Deployment Board now accepting applications for broadband infrastructure grants

By Rebecca Laurie Special to The SUN The Broadband Deployment Board within the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) is now accepting applications for broadband infrastructure project grants that support…

Local student to attend Cooperative Youth Leadership Camp

Local student to attend Cooperative Youth Leadership Camp

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN Pagosa Springs High School junior Delaney Khung has been selected by La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) to participate in the Colorado Electric Education…

Laws protect against discrimination when buying, renting property

By Saul Rosenthal Special to The SUN Q: Are there any laws in Colorado that protect people from being discriminated against when buying or renting property? A: Before the U.S. Civil…

Small Business Administration helps small businesses go digital

By Betsy Markey Special to The SUN Small businesses today can offer customized delivery options for customers and manage employee payrolls with a swipe of a screen or click of…