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Deadline extended for adult softball leagues

By Darren Lewis SUN Columnist The Pagosa Springs Recreation Department is extending team registrations for the 2015 adult men’s and coed softball leagues through June 5. Registration forms are available…

USDA Renewable Energy Project applications due June 30

By Amy Mund Special to The SUN Trudy Kareus, Colorado USDA Rural Development state director, announced that applications for the second round of Rural Energy for America Program (REAP) are…

Ag producers have time to apply for Direct Farm Ownership Program

By Patti Finke Special to The SUN The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Colorado Farm Service Agency (FSA) executive director, Leland Swenson, announced that farmers and ranchers still have time…

Clerk’s office set to close for trainings

The Archuleta County Clerk and Recorder’s Office will be closed June 8, 9 and 10 for training. The Elections Office will also be closed. Clerk and Recorder June Madrid noted…

County approves additional road funding, ambulance regs

While there was no regular meeting of the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners on June 2 due to multiple commissioners being out of town, two-thirds of the board held…

Town council rejects cargo container regulations

Whether or not town residents or business owners can install or keep cargo containers on their own private property remains unclear after the Pagosa Springs Town Council rejected an ordinance…

Elementary school principal named

Elementary school principal named

A new principal is taking the helm of Pagosa Springs Elementary School. Pagosa’s Justin Cowan was chosen for and accepted the position of PSES principal Tuesday. Cowan most recently served…

Group considers courthouse locations

More than a dozen citizens met at the Archuleta County administration building twice in May to discuss the best location(s) for new county facilities and, in the end, decided that…

May precipitation: no records set, river levels a concern

May was wet, but it wasn’t a record-setter. More than 4.6 inches of rain fell in the area around Pagosa Springs in May, according to data from the Community Collaborative…

Traffic closures expected on Trujillo Road, pipeline project continues

A portion of Trujillo Road stretching south from Pagosa Springs to the transfer station and recycling center will be closed at various times over the next few weeks as Hammerlund…