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Saturday’s high-speed chase nears triple digits

Staff Writer Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office personnel are seeking a suspect who engaged deputies in a high-speed chase last Saturday, Nov. 23. That suspect, James Rotureau, 33, of Pagosa Springs…

BoCC meeting is rescheduled

The meeting of the Board of County Commissioners originally scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 3, at 1:30 p.m. has been rescheduled for Monday, Dec. 2, 8 a.m. at the Emergency Operations…

GECKO to host fun run/walk on Dec. 7

By Kirsten LeRoux Special to The SUN GECKO will host “Sweaty Santa,” a noncompetitive, fun run/walk — a 3k and 5k run/jog/walk (or snowshoe), at 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 7. This family…

Winter Wonderland

Winter Wonderland

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Colorado Springs driver dies in Thursday accident

Staff Writer A Colorado Springs man was killed in an accident east of Pagosa Springs late Thursday afternoon, with the accident closing the highway for more than two hours. The…

September shows sales tax continues on upswing

Staff Writer This year’s unusually late and heavy monsoon season, which caused some flooding and washed out a few roads in Pagosa Country this fall, doesn’t appear to have had…

Choosing insurance in the state exchange

By Trudy Lieberma Rural Health News Service Special to The SUN Let’s face it, buying health insurance is not fun. It’s hardly like shopping for a new computer. But if…

Piedra Road open, project to resume in spring

Staff Writer While reconstruction is not yet complete, Piedra Road is fully open to the public for the winter. Friday morning, Archuleta County Public Works Director Ken Feyen announced that…

PAWSD continues work on water loss problem

Staff Writer Water loss and infrastructure leaks were discussed at the Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District (PAWSD) board meeting Tuesday, Nov. 12 and were again discussed at a board…

4-H Club Wolf Creek Wonders promotes recycling effort

4-H Club Wolf Creek Wonders promotes recycling effort

By Lisa Scott Special to The SUN Keeping batteries and cans out of the landfills, reusing some materials that went into making them, and cutting pollution is the goal of…