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More winter to come

We can’t imagine anyone who isn’t enjoying these unseasonably warm and sunny days. Thankfully, the ice dams are almost all melted off roofs throughout the community. Heat tapes have been…

Bridging the gap

This week marks the 125th birthday for the Town of Pagosa Springs. For the past 125 years, town councils have been making the decisions for the residents of this community…

It’s not all water under the bridge

Last week, we visited the issue of the 5th Street bridge project. It seems like a public works project tied to a developer’s project, which, if approved, will spend $6.5…

Bridge over troubled waters

The phones at The SUN have been buzzing this past week with people concerned over the possibility of Town Council moving forward with a proposed vehicle bridge at 5th Street…

Cabin fever reliever

Is your back breaking from shoveling snow? Have you raked so much snow off your roof that your arms feel like they are falling off? Have you plowed so much…

Preserve small-town mail service

If Congress does not act quickly to reform the U.S. Postal Service, small-town America can expect a further slow-down of the mail, said Chip Hutcheson, publisher of The Times-Leader in…

Just a pipe dream?

Pagosa Springs Sanitation General Improvement District’s (PSSGID) agenda for the board meeting this evening lists an executive session for the purpose of receiving legal advice on the possibility of initiating…

Step up, take the lead

The Knights of Columbus kick off their annual fish fry on Friday, Feb. 12. The fish fry is the perfect example of a successfully supported community event. The Knights have…

More ideas for 2016

When we asked readers to share their ideas for the changes they wanted to see in Pagosa Springs during 2016, we were flooded with input. The following is a continuation…

Ideas for 2016

The new year is upon us, and in the tradition of a fresh start with the fresh year, we asked readers to share their ideas for the changes they wanted…