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Superintendent Reed provides evaluation tool

Archuleta School District (ASD)Superintendent Linda Reed sat down with SUN staff recently to discuss the results of an assignment she was given by the Board of Education when she took…

Will town fund local economic development efforts?

Pagosa Springs’ preliminary budget for 2015, which is available to the public on the town’s website, was presented at last Thursday’s town council meeting, with particular attention being focused on…

Accomplishments

Dear Editor: With Election Day just a few weeks away, all voters should be aware of the stances of the candidates for U.S. senator, Mark Udall and Cory Gardner. Mark…

Transmission line fault causes 5,777 to lose power

By Mike Alley Special to The SUN At 9:41 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 20, a fault on the transmission line that feeds Archuleta County caused 5,777 customers of La Plata Electric…

Remodel on new county building underway

Construction is underway to remodel the building on Lewis Street that formerly housed the Archuleta County Education Center into Archuleta County’s new administration building. Archuleta County Administrator Bentley Henderson said…

Colorado Water Plan released, comments needed

Laura Spann from the Southwestern Water Conservation District in Durango announced yesterday the release of The Southwest Basin Implementation Plan (BIP), which can be found under the “community” tab on…

Updated: Internal Revenue Service executes warrant

Updated: Internal Revenue Service executes warrant

Special Agent Bryan Thiel with the Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation unit out of Denver stated in an interview with SUN staff this morning that they have executed a warrant…

Couple dead in apparent murder-suicide

 Pagosa Springs Police Department personnel are investigating an apparent murder-suicide that took place Sunday morning. The incident took place at approximately 11:30 a.m. Sunday at a home on Oren Road…

Ski area, CEO face legal woes

 Wolf Creek Ski Area president and CEO Randall “Davey” Pitcher pleaded not guilty to five charges in U.S. District Court last week, with the charges alleging the conduct of work…

LPEA considers charge for refusing ‘smart meter’

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN The La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) Board of Directors will host two community meetings to receive input on the anticipated meter-reading fee that…