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USJHD examines proposals for new primary care clinic

Staff Writer The Upper San Juan Health Service District board held its regular board meeting Tuesday. Among other topics discussed, CEO Brad Cochennet presented information to the board about the…

Plan now for the upcoming holidays

SUN Columnist Never a dull moment at the Chamber as we look forward to promoting our own and other community events from now until the end of the year —…

National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day is Saturday

Staff Writer This Saturday, the Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office is taking part in the National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day, sponsored in part by the U.S. Department of Justice Drug Enforcement…

School board considers safety issues

Staff Writer In preparation for next month’s election, the four candidates campaigning for two open seats on the Archuleta School District’s Board of Education were recently featured in a series…

Suspect in burglary spree arrested

Suspect in burglary spree arrested

Staff Writer A local man alleged to be involved in a number of recent burglaries, thefts and trespasses is being held in the Archuleta County Detention Center after being arrested…

Dept. of Human Services left without a director

Staff Writer The Archuleta County Department of Human Services is without a director. A request to fill the vacancy (indicating the departure of director Erlinda Gonzales) appeared on the agenda…

Town, county fund power plant test

Staff Writer Sixty-five thousand, five hundred dollars. That’s how much money the town of Pagosa Springs was asked to invest in feasibility research for a geothermal electric power plant proposed…

Prescribed burn to begin Thursday, northwest of Pagosa Springs

Pagosa Ranger District Special to The SUN Fire managers on the Pagosa Ranger District are planning to conduct a prescribed burn in the Turkey Springs area, located about eight miles…

John Salazar to address high school FBLA chapter

By Zach Ellis Special to The SUN John Salazar, commissioner of the Colorado Department of Agriculture, has graciously accepted an invitation to serve as keynote speaker at the Future Business…

CDOT to host regional transit plan meeting tomorrow, in Durango

By Nancy Shanks Special to The SUN The Colorado Department of Transportation’s Division of Transit and Rail is in the process of developing its first ever comprehensive Statewide Transit Plan,…