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Tools to help you manage your land

Many people in Archuleta County live on acreage. Some move here from other parts of the country, some have managed land for decades and others are new to this way…

Americana Project students travel to Oregon to attend the Songwriting Academy for Youth

Americana Project students travel to Oregon to attend the Songwriting Academy for Youth

By Bob Hemenger Special to The Pagosa Springs SUN Online On March 6, four students from Pagosa Springs High School’s Americana Project class traveled with their instructor, Bob Hemenger, to…

Passing a bill is like playing chess on a three-dimensional board

With a very busy week behind me, I’m pleased to say that six of the seven bills that I presented in committee passed and now head to the floor for…

Five arrested in downtown bust

Five arrested in downtown bust

Five individuals were arrested last week following a drug bust at a motel in downtown Pagosa Springs. The arrests took place shortly before 9 p.m. on Wednesday, March 12, following…

Pagosa Springs Mayor Ross Aragon: The longest serving mayor and town trustee in Colorado history

Pagosa Springs Mayor Ross Aragon: The longest serving mayor and town trustee in Colorado history

By Ed Fincher and Randi Pierce Staff Writers When Pagosa Springs Mayor Ross Aragon hands over the reins to his successor in April of this year, he will hold the…

10-year sentence handed down for homicide

10-year sentence handed down for homicide

During an emotional and tearful hearing, Elizabeth Blan, of Farmington, N.M., was sentenced to 10 years in the Colorado Department of Corrections for a 2011 Archuleta County homicide. Blan, 39,…

Commissioners comment against rec center

With the Town of Pagosa Springs election just around the corner on April 8, opinions on one ballot issue in particular are being issued often — Ballot Issue A, the…

January sales tax collections increase

While two separate factions of the local population continue to debate the pros and cons of ballot issue A and its proposed community recreation center sales tax, the actual revenue…

Working their way to the capitol: Eighth graders to go on historical tour in June

Working their way to the capitol: Eighth graders to go on historical tour in June

Thirty-eight eighth graders will be traveling with junior high history teacher Scott White, along with eight other chaperons, to the east coast this June to experience our nation’s historical sites…

Tickets available for Cattlemen’s Banquet

By Barbara Jefferies Special to The SUN Tickets for the La Plata-Archuleta Cattlemen’s Banquet are now available.  The banquet will be held April 26 at the Sky Ute Event Center…