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Parks and recreation office moves to community center

By Darren Lewis SUN Columnist Effective Nov. 9, the Parks and Recreation office has moved to the Ross Aragon Community Center. All registrations for sports offered by the Recreation Department…

Town council discusses change to economic incentives package

The Pagosa Springs Town Council is currently in the middle of its budget season for 2016, having conducted several meetings and work sessions to discuss how it will, or won’t,…

Marky Egan Scholarship Fund helps pay for recreation programs

By Darren Lewis Special to The SUN The Marky Egan Scholarship Fund was established in honor of Marky Egan, who lost her battle with brain cancer approximately four years ago.…

Seeking affordable housing solutions

Archuleta County is experiencing a housing crisis that is manifesting both in the amount of housing available, and the affordability of housing.  The SUN has been running a series of…

Town, county discuss early childhood education

Early childhood development, workforce housing and high-speed Internet access are the three main economic development issues local government has decided in recent months to focus a concerted effort on solving.…

Council allows ice skating rink in Town Park again this year

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer The Pagosa Springs Town Council agreed last week to sign a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Friends of the Pagosa Multi-Purpose Pavilion (Friends) to…

Town Park playground closed for equipment installation

By Darren Lewis SUN Columnist The Town Park playground will be closed through Nov. 8 for the much-anticipated new pirate-themed playground equipment installation. The Parks and Recreation Department apologizes in…

Town to receive Colorado Lottery’s 2015 Starburst Community Award

The Pagosa Springs Town Council will receive a 2015 Starburst Community Award from the Colorado Lottery at its next regular meeting on Nov. 3 at 5 p.m., according to Kelly…

Officials urge residents to plan ahead for El Niño

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Climate Prediction Center continues to forecast strong chances of El Niño continuing through the winter and into next spring, and local officials are continuing…

Sidewalks and snow routes, it is time to think about winter

Sidewalks and snow routes, it is time to think about winter

While an observant eye could spy a dusting of white on the very tip of Pagosa Peak Tuesday afternoon, by yesterday morning all of the mountains surrounding Pagosa Springs were…