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Lady Pirates will feature some familiar faces

The Lady Pirates are just over a week away from beginning the 2012-13 basketball season for Pagosa Springs High School, and several familiar faces are slated to take to the…

Pagosa boys face scrimmage test this weekend

High school sports fans stuck between seasons and jonesing for some action should be happy to learn that, for the Pagosa Springs Pirates boys’ basketball team, practice started Nov. 9…

Wrestlers tuning up for Farmington tourney

With one week of practice remaining before the season’s first meet, Pirate grapplers remain hard at work in the wrestling room, learning and perfecting techniques and vying for spots on…

Coaches, players, parents create successful volleyball season

It’s the time of year to give thanks, and the recreation department staff would like to recognize all of the youth volleyball coaches who stepped up to ensure another successful…

Skate pavilion project works on funding options

By Kristal Fortune Special to The SUN As of last Thursday, the Friends of Pagosa Skate Pavilion is officially under the nonprofit umbrella of the Community Foundation of Southwest Colorado.…

Support your favorite local nonprofit

The Festival of Trees event at the Ross Aragon Community Center is Friday, Nov. 30, from 6:30-9 p.m. This event is a perfect opportunity to raise money for the nonprofits…

Medicare 101 at The Den on Dec. 11

Are you new to Medicare and lost or confused by all the literature you have received? Do you know which portions you need to enroll in A, B, C and…

Local author writes mystery featuring PI based in Pagosa

A new mystery called “Served Cold,” featuring a private investigator named Carson “Zack” Zacharias, has just been published by local author F. Sterling Artis, better known in our community as…

Selecting key health concerns in the community

By Jane Looney Special to The SUN San Juan Basin Health invites community members to the next step in creating a Public Health Improvement Plan for Archuleta County by participating…

TTC changes approach to spending

The Pagosa Springs Town Tourism Committee has recently experienced a fundamental strategic shift in how members believe the revenue they gather from the local Lodgers Tax should be spent, thanks…