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Plan your (last) menu for Dec. 21

Some situations sharpen the appetite better than others. You’ve experienced this, haven’t you? Senses are piqued, perceptions are expanded, every aspect of being is enlivened, made electric, distinct. Food tastes…

Lady Pirates ranked high in preseason poll

Lady Pirates ranked high in preseason poll

Staff Writer Entering the season as the No. 7 ranked 3A team in the state according to the Denver Post preseason coaches’ poll, the Lady Pirates look to start the…

Volunteers, donations needed for elementary school Penguin Patch Holiday Shoppe

By Lauri Heraty Special to The SUN Pagosa Springs Elementary School needs your help. We are holding our second annual Penguin Patch Holiday Shoppe at the school during the week…

Social Security: Dark of winter can look brighter

By Nicole Tiggemann Social Security Public Affairs Specialist Special to The SUN According to The Old Farmer’s Almanac, winter arrives at 6:12 a.m. eastern standard time on Dec. 21. For…

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…

Pirates look to improve defense before first game

In preparation for their season opener against Sanford tomorrow night, the Pagosa Springs varsity boys’ basketball team travelled to Farmington, N. M., to play a series of practice scrimmages against…

PAWSD board prepares for final budget decisions

Tuesday afternoon, the Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District board of directors met for a work session in order to thoroughly discuss the 2012 amended budget and the 2013 proposed…

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.…

Search continues for boy missing at Vallecito

Search continues for boy missing at Vallecito

La Plata County authorities, in cooperation with the FBI and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC), are still on the lookout for a missing teenager, and a…

Town to crack down on park vandalism

Town to crack down on park vandalism

Due to a recent rash of vandalism at Pagosa Springs’ Town and Yamaguchi Parks, Tom Carosello, the director of the Parks and Recreation Department, announced at last week’s town council…