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Suspects sought in stabbing incident

Staff Writer Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office personnel are seeking to identify two suspects involved in a stabbing incident that occurred late last week. At approximately 11 p.m. Friday, Nov. 8,…

Feds on alert for pot use

Staff Writer Wolf Creek Ski Area, which operates on US Forest Service land under a special use permit, is now open full time for the ski season. Wolf Creek’s occupation…

County renovations to exceed cost of building

Staff Writer Though far from set in stone, initial estimates for renovation of a downtown building to house Archuleta County administrative services have come in at more than the cost…

Where to put a Visitor Center?

Staff Writer The task force responsible for transferring operations of the Pagosa Springs Visitor Center from the Chamber of Commerce to the Town Tourism Committee met last week to discuss…

New board members sworn in

New board members sworn in

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Brain Trauma Group of Pagosa Springs announces new meeting dates, times, location

By Don Wilhelmi Special to The SUN The Brain Trauma Group of Pagosa Springs now has a new meeting time and location. In the past, meetings were held on the…

Pioneer of American skiing to celebrate 100th birthday at Wolf Creek Ski Area.

By Simon Fuger Special to The SUN November marks the 100th birthday of Charles Elliot, who will mark the occasion, as always, by skiing. Elliot is one of the founders…

PAWSD board to hold meeting, public hearings Tuesday

A regular meeting and public hearings of the Board of Directors of Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District (PA WSD) have been scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 12, at 2 ,2:30,…

Wolf Creek Ski Area begins seven-day-a-week operation Saturday

From Wolf Creek Ski Area Special to The SUN After receiving another nine inches of fresh snow, Wolf Creek Ski Area will open, with all six lifts operating for the…

LPEA looks to ensure safe installation and interconnection of solar panels

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN Member/customers of La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) who plan to install solar PV (photovoltaic) panels on their homes or office buildings, and who…