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Town, county approve additional funding for geothermal exploration project

By Jim Garrett Staff Writer In a divided vote at its meeting last Thursday night, Feb. 18, the Pagosa Springs Town Council gave conditional approval to new funding for the…

Suspect in custody after multicounty pursuit

A multicounty pursuit occurred last Thursday, Feb. 18, involving a Santa Fe woman and several law enforcement agencies. In an interview with SUN staff, Capt. Adrian Driscoll of the Colorado…

Council rejects closed session after public comment

By Jim Garrett Special to The SUN The agenda for the Pagosa Springs Town Council’s regular Feb. 18 meeting included a proposed executive session concerning the town’s 10-Year Vested Rights…

Pagosa Springs celebrates 125 years

Pagosa Springs celebrates 125 years

Happy 125th Birthday, Pagosa Springs! The Pagosa Springs SUN printed a special presentation of narrative profiles of Pagosa Springs pioneers in celebration of the town’s centennial in 1991. The profiles…

Public Meetings

The following meetings are subject to change. Thursday, Feb. 18 Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District work session and regular meeting. 4 p.m., PAWSD administrative offices, 100 Lyn Ave. Pagosa…

Register now for youth volleyball

By Darren Lewis SUN Columnist Youth volleyball registration runs through Monday, Feb. 29. The 9-10 division will be an instructional league held Monday and Wednesday evenings from 5 to 6…

Developers, town leaders discuss future development

By Jim Garrett Staff Writer Pagosa Springs Town Manager Greg Schulte has described the proposed development of a major new subdivision on the south side of the San Juan River…

Special districts seek candidates for May 3 election

By Jim Garrett Staff Writer A number of special districts are seeking nominations for board seats to be voted on in elections on Tuesday, May 3. In addition, the San…

Reservoir Hill reopens following thinning project

By Darren Lewis SUN Columnist The thinning project on Reservoir Hill has been completed. Reservoir Hill is open for use, however, be cautious of debris that possibly could be on…

Town provides funding to Habitat for Humanity

By Jim Garrett Staff Writer At its meeting on Feb. 2, Town Council agreed to allocate $15,000 to help meet the general operating expenses of Habitat for Humanity of Archuleta…