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Old City Market: Give us the key

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer Ken Vickerstaff announced at the Monday meeting of the Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation that he is in final negotiations with representatives of City Market…

School District deals with assault incident

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer A September assault incident involving members of the Pagosa Springs High School football team has led Archuleta School District Jt. 50 to enact the strictest…

Wal-Mart: Will there be a CBA?

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer The Community Benefits Agreement that Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation board member Mark Weiler has been promising for months to negotiate with Josh Phair from…

Group forming to ‘protect Reservoir Hill’

By Christine Funk Special to The SUN “A jewel amongst us.” That’s what a friend said Reservoir Hill was to him and had been to generations of Pagosans. It would…

League of Women Voters to sponsor candidate, issues forum

By Pauline Benetti Special to The SUN The League of Women Voters will sponsor a candidate and issues forum on Tuesday, Oct. 23, in preparation for the Nov. 6 general…

Democrat luminaries make campaign stop in Pagosa

Democrat luminaries make campaign stop in Pagosa

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer Democrats gathered Friday afternoon outside Pagosa Baking Company for a rally that included speakers from the state and national stage. Secretary of the Interior Ken…

Commissioners agree on fire-fighting costs

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer The majority of fires in Archuleta County have been declared out, but the cost of fighting those fires remains. On Oct. 2, the Archuleta County…

Authorities investigate possible arson

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer An Arboles house fire that took place late Saturday night is being investigated as a case of possible arson. According to Los Pinos Fire Protection…

Superintendent spearheads statewide curricula development

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer Mark DeVoti, superintendent of Archuleta School District 50 Joint, has spearheaded a statewide effort to develop model curricula that would be available to all school…

Town hires project manager, number of projects in the works

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer Keely Whittington, formerly of Gulfstream Group, was recently hired as the Pagosa Springs projects manager, according to Town Manager David Mitchem, who already had several…