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BoCC amends land use regs on kennels, animal shelters

Staff Writer On Tuesday, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners approved a resolution amending portions of the county’s land use regulations that deal with animals. More specifically, the changes…

Police seek info on April burglary

Staff Writer Pagosa Springs Police Department personnel are seeking information on a residential burglary that occurred April 25 in which approximately $4,500 worth of property was stolen. The burglary occurred…

Airport training focuses on crash response

Airport training focuses on crash response

Staff Writer As the saying goes, prior practice prevents poor performance. Such was the case when several local emergency response entities participated in an inter-agency cooperative drill at Stevens Field…

SCAPE accepting applications for next session

By Elizabeth Marsh Special to The SUN The Southwest Colorado Accelerator Program For Entrepreneurs (SCAPE) is accepting applications for its third program during the month of May 2014. SCAPE’s objective…

Could the CDC be on its way out?

Staff Writer With the recent resignation of one of its board members, the Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation continues to struggle with its inability to unite the community or make…

May brings ‘Pagosa Pride’ and the car show

SUN Columnist Grow with the Chamber this summer. Yes, it’s the time of year again, when the Pagosa Springs Area Chamber of Commerce hosts our annual “Pagosa Pride” drive. Don’t…

County’s unemployment rate down slightly in March

Staff Writer With town manager David Mitchem reporting last week that Wal-Mart still hasn’t pulled a building permit for its store, the unemployment rate for March in Archuleta County still…

Tipton honors Aragon with congressional tribute

Tipton honors Aragon with congressional tribute

Staff Writer   U.S. Congressman Scott Tipton stopped by the Pagosa Springs Town Hall last week to present a plaque to former mayor Ross Aragon in recognition of his lifetime…

Legislative session comes to an end

Depending on what day you read this column, the 2014 Colorado legislative session may already have ended. The state’s constitution allows the General Assembly 120 days and, after that, more…

Cemetery clean up canceled

The community Hilltop Cemetery clean up, scheduled for Saturday, May 10, has been canceled due to a funeral being scheduled for that morning. Follow these topics: Lifestyle, News…