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Tax relief available for wildfire mitigation

By Bill Trimarco Special to The SUN April 15 is fast approaching. The often-dreaded deadline for filing taxes is a source of grief for many. There is some relief, however,…

Public meeting to address skate park expansion

By Tom Carosello SUN Columnist The Town of Pagosa Springs Parks and Recreation Commission is seeking input from the public to assess the need to expand the Yamaguchi Skate Park.…

County approves geothermal loan … again

Despite having been approved by both the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners (BoCC)  and Pagosa Springs Town Council on Tuesday, March 3, a loan (of sorts) to the Pagosa…

Reservoir Hill project postponed

By Aaron Kimple Special to The SUN Low snowpack and warm temperatures in January and February have delayed the Reservoir Hill tree-thinning project. According to J.R. Ford, owner of Forest…

Meeting tonight on technology and adolescents

By Lauri Heraty Special to The SUN Join us tonight, Thursday, March 19, in the Pagosa Springs Middle School Library from 6 to 7:30 p.m. (dinner provided) for a discussion…

State Champions

State Champions

The journey to the tourney. The perfect season. An unblemished 26-0 record. One team, one dream. Once a dream, now a reality. Smiles, tears, hugs and laughter abound when the…

Town discusses marijuana regs

In a meeting that lasted more than two hours on March 13, the Pagosa Springs Town Council considered several aspects of its forthcoming regulations regarding marijuana businesses within town limits.…

January sales tax collections up 5.3 percent

The January sales tax report received by Archuleta County last week looks impressive at first glance — with a 25-percent increase — but, upon closer inspection, is actually relatively consistent…

Mountain snowpack at 63 percent of median

Snowpack in the San Juan Basin was at 63 percent of median as of March 1. Snowpack reports generated by the National Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) are an important tool…

Colleen Sullivan-Moore honored with Nightingale award

Colleen Sullivan-Moore  honored with  Nightingale award

On March 12, Pagosa Springs Medical Center (PSMC) women’s service oncology nurse navigator, Colleen Sullivan-Moore, was presented with the Southwest Regional Nightingale Luminary and Star Nursing award in a ceremony…