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Pagosa Fire Protection District welcomes new assistant chief

Pagosa Fire Protection District welcomes new assistant chief

The Pagosa Fire Protection District has a new assistant chief on board following the resignation of Brian Leewitt in early July. Randy Larson began in the position on Aug. 3…

Police seek help identifying shoplifting suspects

Police seek help identifying shoplifting suspects

  The PSPD is also seeking to identify the suspect’s accomplice. According to Detective Scott Maxwell, at approximately 1:40 p.m. on July 9, a male suspect entered the store in…

Echo Canyon Ranch homeowners work to be FireWise

Echo Canyon Ranch homeowners work to be FireWise

By Geraldine Macomber Special to The SUN Echo Canyon Ranch (ECR) homeowners celebrated their third annual FireWise Community Workday recently, with a group of residents rallying to cut back some…

Classes in English as a Second Language for adults begin Sept. 15

Classes in English as a Second Language for adults begin Sept. 15

By Lynn Rose Special to The SUN The Archuleta County Education Center will offer English as a Second Language (ESL) classes again this year. These classes are open to all…

Treasurer’s Office announces training closures

The Archuleta County Treasurer’s office will be closed Aug. 19 and 26 for training. The full version of this story is available in the print edition and e-edition of the…

Town discusses priorities, highlights skate park

The Pagosa Springs Town Council conducted a second work session recently to finish talking about its list of goals, objectives and action items. This list was originally developed during several…

East phase of Town-to-Lakes Trail ready for bids

At the most recent joint work session between the Pagosa Springs Town Council and the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners, Town Planner James Dickhoff provided an update on the…

CDOT unveils ‘Ejection Exhibits’ showing deadly consequences of not buckling up

CDOT unveils ‘Ejection Exhibits’ showing deadly consequences of not buckling up

By Sam Cole Special to The SUN You’re 30 times more likely to be ejected from a vehicle if you’re not buckled up. With this statistic in mind, the Colorado…

Sanitation district agrees to pay for lead project rep

The Pagosa Springs Sanitation and General Improvement District (PSSGID) agreed last week to pay its share of additional costs for a lead project representative (LPR) accrued when the engineering firm…

Get your Passport to Pagosa Wine and Food Festival tickets now

By Angela Wirth SUN Columnist Tickets are now on sale for the Passport to Pagosa Wine and Food Festival, which is part of the Pagosa Springs Chamber’s big Colorfest weekend.…