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Time to finish the shots, finish the matches

Time to finish the shots, finish the matches

Staff Writer It was a rough week for Pirate wrestlers — two trips to La Jara resulted in less-than-desirable results in a dual against Centauri and at the Centauri tournament.…

Obituary-Gerald Thomas Buckley

Obituary-Gerald Thomas Buckley

The youngest of three sons, Gerald Thomas Buckley was born Nov. 23, 1948, in Camp Lejeune, N.C., to Bernice (Barney) and Jack Buckley. Jerry’s early life was spent roaming the…

Small acreage pasture management tips

By Jim Smith SUN Columnist Last week, I discussed drought management planning for cattle ranchers and gave an introduction to small acreage pasture management. Archuleta County is like many areas…

A meaningful, challenging first month

The completion of the first month of the 69th session of the House of Representatives has been rewarding, meaningful and, at times, challenging. We have discussed and passed many bills…

Bills: some controversial, some not

After a quick trip home for the weekend, I’m preparing for a busy week ahead with four of my bills to be heard in committee. My two water bills passed…

Chilly Bowl tonight at the center

By Traci Bishop SUN Columnist Please join us tonight at 5:30 p.m. for the 2013 WinterFest Chilly Bowl. Enjoy various types of chilis and cornbread from around the area. Entertainment…

The Den’s Penguin Plunge fund-raiser

SUN Columnist How much would you pay to see one of our kitchen staff and one of our seniors jump into the freezing cold San Juan River? Your senior center…

One Billion Rising: Archuleta County Victim Assistance program

By Mara Koch Special to The SUN On Thursday, Feb. 14, at 5:30 p.m., Pagosa area residents will join with activists around the world for One Billion Rising, the largest…

‘The Vagina Monologues’ a true account of women, their strength

‘The Vagina Monologues’ a true account of women, their strength

By Laura Moore Special to The PREVIEW “In 1994, a play called ‘The Vagina Monologues,’ written by playwright and activist Eve Ensler, broke ground, offering to the world a piece…

Restaurateur gives town a second chance

Staff Writer Foodies in Pagosa Country will be happy to hear that restaurateur David Stuard has not given up on the town despite a recent failed attempt to bring new…