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Economic development transition team continues to meet

While Jason Cox gave an in-depth description of the latest activities of the Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation and Ed Morlan reported on the work of Region 9 in Archuleta…

October strong revenue month for hospital

In a regularly scheduled meeting of the Pagosa Springs Medical Center (PSMC) on Nov. 18, Chief of Staff Dr. David Shaeffer presented a milestone moment to the members of the…

County’s unemployment drops another .3 percent in October

With Veterans Day on Nov. 11, Gov. John Hickenlooper issued a proclamation earlier this month declaring November as “Hire A Veteran Month,” and the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment…

Commissioners approve courthouse re-roofing project

The Archuleta County Courthouse roof will soon be under construction, to the tune of nearly $250,000. A portion of the courthouse roof over the courts and probation office was redone…

Town approves hiring HR/records clerk

The Pagosa Springs Town Council voted last week to hire a new human resources/records clerk, but the debate lasted for over an hour and, in the end, the decision was…

LPEA board adopts opt-out policy for smart meters

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN Comment period for accompanying new rate tariffs now underway The La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) Board of Directors has approved Board Policy 215,…

Small Business Saturday highlights year-round impact of shopping small

By Christopher Chavez Special to The SUN As the voice for our nation’s entrepreneurs, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) celebrates small businesses on a daily basis. When our small…

Village land swap receives tentative green light

Village land swap receives tentative green light

Rio Grande National Forest Supervisor Dan Dallas has given a tentative green light to a land swap between the Rio Grande National Forest (RGNF) and Leavell-McCombs Joint Venture (LMJV) that…

Ski area CEO pleads guilty

Wolf Creek Ski Area President and CEO Randall “Davey” Pitcher, 52, pleaded guilty to conducting work in the forest without a permit in front of U.S. Magistrate Judge David L.…

Vets4Vets secures $432,000 grant

By DC Duncan and Roy Melius Special to The SUN Veterans for Veterans of Archuleta County has obtained a grant in the sum of $432,000 specifically earmarked for much-needed readjustment…