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Efforts continue on Dry Gulch loan restructuring

Last November, the Colorado Water Conservation Board (CWCB) approved a loan-restructuring proposal for Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District (PAWSD) regarding the Dry Gulch Reservoir Project. However, since that meeting,…

LPEA to host ‘Lunch and Lights’ workshops

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN Continuing its free information series designed to help co-op members understand the new lighting technology and save energy, La Plata Electric Association (LPEA)…

Hospital improves HIPAA compliance, training

The federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) was designed to make it easier for people to keep health insurance, protect the confidentiality and security of health…

Activity-packed weekend planned for WinterFest

By Angela Wirth SUN Columnist The Pagosa Springs Area Chamber of Commerce’s WinterFest event, Feb. 13-15, will be an activity-packed weekend for the whole family. There are several activities planned,…

Help available for those with vision loss

By Martha Mason Special to The SUN The Southwest Center for Independence and the San Juan Basin Area Agency on Aging have teamed up to serve people aged 60-plus who are…

Register for youth volleyball through Feb. 27

By Tom Carosello SUN Columnist The Pagosa Springs Recreation Department is offering a youth volleyball program for children ages 9-12; registration is now open and will run through Feb. 27.…

Scott Kay Memorial fundraiser event set for Feb. 6

By Meghan Ellis Special to The SUN The Pagosa Springs chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America invites you to attend the fourth annual Scott Kay Memorial fundraiser event…

Town council directs staff to draft marijuana legislation

The times certainly are changing. Something happened at this week’s town council meeting that never would have happened in Pagosa Springs under the previous iteration of the board — the…

Brothers plead guilty to wildlife charges

By Colorado Parks and Wildlife Special to The SUN Colorado Parks and Wildlife has concluded a three-year-long poaching investigation involving a Pagosa Springs resident and a Kansas man who owns…

County sees $4 million increase in cash in 2014

Archuleta County continues to rebound following its financial meltdown in 2007, according to a report by Treasurer Betty Diller. According to the semiannual report given by Diller at Tuesday’s Board…