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Aragon attends Border Town Mayor’s Summit

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer Pagosa Springs Mayor Ross Aragon attended the third annual Border Town Mayor’s Summit hosted by Farmington Mayor Tommy Roberts at Farmington’s Gateway Museum on Thursday,…

Volleyball forms available at elementary, middle schools

By Tom Carosello SUN Columnist Youth volleyball registration forms for children ages 9-12 are available at the elementary and middle schools through Oct. 5. Registrations are also available at the…

County’s July sales tax revenues down 2.14 percent from 2011

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer For the last three months, reported sales tax revenues for Archuleta County have been below what they were for the same period last summer, indicating…

LUDC code: ‘We didn’t read it’

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer Concerns about the Pagosa Springs Land Use and Development Code were raised at a joint town council/planning commission work session held on Sept. 17. This…

TTC working on 2013 budget: Which bucket will be full?

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer The budget subcommittee of the Town Tourism Committee met Tuesday to hash out the proposed budget for next year before director Jenny Green presented it…

Enter the ‘Pick-up Pagosa Country’ Contest

By Tom Carosello SUN Columnist As part of its continuing anti-litter campaign, the Town of Pagosa Springs is inviting local students in grades K-8 to enter the fifth annual “Pick-up…

New county park gets a name

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer One of Archuleta County’s newest parks now has an official name — Cloman Community Park. The park is located at the end of Cloman Boulevard,…

Banner applications being accepted by town

The Town of Pagosa Springs is accepting applications from groups and event organizers for banners that will hang over Hot Springs Boulevard in 2013. Applications and rules can be found…

Suspect in court, standoff explained

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer The suspect in last week’s 26-hour standoff made his first appearance in court last Thursday. Mark Trail, 59, was in custody and present for a…

Planning commission: ‘main street’ or Reservoir Hill?

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer The specter of development on Reservoir Hill continues to rear its head, most recently at a work session Tuesday night after the regular meeting of…