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Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Fire district approves 2022 budget

The Pagosa Fire Protection District (PFPD) recently approved its 2022 budget during a Board of Directors’ meeting held on Dec. 14. The full version of...

2018 YEAR IN REVIEW

2018 was a busy and interesting year in Pagosa Country. There was no want for good news, bad news, controversial issues, and no lack...

Firefighters respond to out-of-control trash fire

Firefighters from the Pagosa Fire Protection District (PFPD) responded to an out-of-control trash fire on Ute Drive in the Aspen Springs subdivision on Sunday...

Fire district offers back-to-school safety tips

By Pagosa Fire Protection District Special to The SUN The first hints of fall are in the air in the Pagosa Springs area and school is back...

Semi rolls on Wolf Creek Pass

By Clayton Chaney Staff Writer On the morning of Christmas Eve, Dec. 24, at approximately 8:15 a.m., the Colorado State Patrol (CSP) and the Pagosa Fire...

A Truck Smokes…..

A truck smokes and catches fire downtown on Monday, June 5. According to Pagosa Fire Protection District Deputy Chief Karn Macht, the fire was...

PFPD safety tips for grills and waterways

By Pagosa Fire Protection District Special to The SUN July is the season for cooking outside. It is also the month with the most grill fires. Nationally,...

Partnership leads to faster emergency response

Since July, the Pagosa Fire Protection District (PFPD) has been responding as medical first responders to certain medical calls to aid the Upper San...