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Chimney Rock Interpretive Association potluck Dec. 13

By Nadia Werby Special to The SUN Chimney Rock Interpretive Association (CRIA) invites community members to come to a monthly potluck at the Ross Aragon Community Center on Thursday, Dec.…

Want snow? You might have to wait

Want snow? You’re out of luck. At least according to three different weather forecasts. As of Wednesday afternoon, the National Weather Service and AccuWeather were both predicting a lack of…

Free avalanche awareness session tonight

An avalanche awareness talk will be given at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 29, at the County Extension Building at the Archuleta County Fairgrounds. The session is offered free of charge.…

County’s GOCO grant attempt fails

Archuleta County is still seeking funding for its 95-acre park located adjacent to U.S. 84, after failing to receive a Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) grant. A Nov. 6 e-mail sent…

Thanksgiving: Time for (wild) turkey talk

By Michael Seraphin Special to The SUN There are a lot of people talking turkey this time of year. Roasted or deep-fried?  White meat or dark? Do you want stuffing…

Christmas Bird Count — work as a citizen scientist

By Becky Herman Special to The SUN The Weminuche Audubon Society is offering you another chance to get involved with its second annual Christmas Bird Count. The next Birding 101…

Wheel Club, Forest Service work to improve trail system

Small communities run on the strength of people stepping up to the plate to fill a gap. For the past several months, members of the Wolf Creek Wheel Club, a…

Pond, river work to begin at east end of town

By Tom Carosello Special to The SUN The Town of Pagosa Springs would like to make residents and businesses at the east end of town aware of increased, construction-related traffic…

Dealing with drilling in the Fruitland Outcrop

By Lindsey Bright Staff Writer Last summer, July 2011, an unintended occurrence happened deep in the geologic layers beneath Archuleta County near the Fruitland Outcrop. Petrox Petroleum had a permit,…

A snow weather friend — CAIC reporting station a collaborative effort

By Natalie Carpenter Special to The SUN When collaborations happen between public and private entities, beneficial things can happen. Such is the case with a local relationship of entities that…