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Town, county approve fiber lease

Archuleta County and the Town of Pagosa Springs have agreed to lease three strands of fiber that are owned by the two entities, but not currently in use, to a…

Town council continues budget debate

The Pagosa Springs Town Council continued its discussion of the 2015 budget at last week’s regular meeting. On Sept. 18, Town Manager Greg Schulte presented the preliminary budget to council.…

Town grants noise permit for drilling operation

The “Legacies” column on page A2 of last week’s SUN contained a description from Nov. 7, 1924, of a well being drilled on the Pagosa Springs High School campus, which…

Hospital’s time study focuses on improving patient care

The Diagnostic and Emergency Services departments at Pagosa Springs Medical Center (PSMC) has conducted a time study detailing the time a patient must wait from when a doctor issues an…

Grant received to help protect water resources from wildfire

A grant from the 2014 Colorado Wildfire Risk Reduction Program was awarded to the Mountain Studies Institute on behalf of San Juan Headwaters Forest Health Partnership (SJHFHP) to help protect…

County pledges $150,000 for facility at fairgrounds

At a special meeting on Nov. 5, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners “set aside” $150,000 in funding to help construct a new facility on the Archuleta County Fairgrounds,…

Informational meeting on water plan to be held Monday

By Ann Oliver Special to The SUN Do you know about Colorado’s water plan? Have you heard of the Southwest Basin Implementation Plan? The Southwest Basin Roundtable invites you to…

Pagosa Waters lease agreement nearly ready for signatures

The lease agreement between Pagosa Verde and the Fairway Family Trust to allow exploratory drilling and, eventually, the construction of a geothermal electric generation plant was one of the items…

Bennet accepting applications for internships

By Philip Clelland Special to The SUN U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet (Colorado) is accepting internship applications from undergraduate students, recent graduates and graduate students for his offices in Washington, D.C.,…

Mashed potatoes: Wolf Creek Pass closes after 44,000 pounds spill

Mashed potatoes:  Wolf Creek Pass closes after 44,000 pounds spill

U.S. 160 traversing Wolf Creek Pass was closed for about three and a half hours early Tuesday morning after 44,000 pounds of potatoes spilled onto the highway. According to an…