On average, one person dies every day in the United States from electricity-related injuries. May is National Electric Safety Month, and to help you stay safe around electricity, here are 5 electric safety tips from LPEA’s VP of Operations Jerry Sutherlin.
Pagosa Wetland Partners is working with the Town of Pagosa Springs to protect the riverwalk wetlands in downtown Pagosa Springs. These wetlands are unique and rare because of the geothermal water that bubbles up in their ponds and streams. Find out how you can get involved and become a naturalist tour guide!
A record number of students at Pagosa Springs High School were recognized as All-State Champions this past Fall 2020. A total of six students were highlighted for their skills in football and one student broke his own personal running record for cross country.
Some creative landowners are planning a Tiny Home Village for Pagosa Springs which may offer some relief to an affordable housing shortage and tight rental market. Find out where the owners are planning this village and how you can provide public comment ahead of a zoning application approval from the Town of Pagosa Springs.
New owners Sherry Phillips, Les Faust and Evelyn Tennyson are set to re-open the Liberty Theater this summer. Find out what they are planning for this community space including bringing back a favorite at the concession stand!
In this edition of #LPEAwire, La Plata Electric Association CEO Jessica Matlock answers some of your questions on LPEA's power supply, power reliability, and power costs, in the wake of the rolling blackouts in Texas.
Lynne Killey and her husband have been part of the Pagosa Springs community since the 1970's. Killey began creating her Queen Bee Organic Skin Care beauty line 20 years ago in her home. Now she is combining her master esthetician skills and highly prized skin products into her COVID-safe facial studio she opened in 2019. Find out what her facial spa offers and how she sources the best ingredients for her products!
Hurst Hearing launched during the pandemic but because they received start-up capital from First Southwest Community Fund and have a mobile business model they are now thriving. Learn their story and about this valuable business resource, we have at our fingertips in rural Southwest Colorado!