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Living in the wildland-urban interface: Part 2

By Roberta Tolan SUN Columnist Living in the wildland-urban interface poses unique challenges to homeowners wanting to maximize the chances that their home will survive a wildfire. One important thing…

Bob Goodman receives 2013 Red Ryder Award

Bob Goodman receives 2013 Red Ryder Award

By Lisa Scott Special to The SUN Every year, the board of the Western Heritage Event Center acknowledges people who have upheld ideals that align with the board’s mission statement:…

Celebrate the Retirement Estimator’s fifth anniversary

By Nicole Tiggemann Social Security Public Affairs Specialist Special to The SUN Hard to believe, but it’s been five years since Social Security’s Retirement Estimator debuted. Within months of first…

Mandatory reporting of elder abuse

Question: Who must report what under Colorado’s new law for mandatory reporting of elder abuse? Answer: Between 2011 and 2021, the number of older adults in Colorado will increase 54…

Greg Wells to speak at Backcountry Horsemen meeting July 15

By Carol Stewart Special to The SUN The San Juan Backcountry Horsemen will be holding its regular monthly chapter meeting on Monday, July 15, at the CSU Extension Center. This…

Intro to golf, arts and crafts classes

By Traci Bishop SUN Columnist K.I.D.S. — Kickin’ It During Summer — program registration continues. Introduction to Golf for ages 6-12 is now open. This class does not start until…

Town to sell chairlift, Reservoir Hill discussions continue

Staff Writer The Cuchara chairlift, which the town purchased in 2010 with the intention of using it as the center point of the Reservoir Hill development plan, is now on…

Register for ‘Annual Blowout’ softball tournament

By Tom Carosello SUN Columnist Softball players interested in organizing teams to play in a local tournament which draws competition from around the Four Corners region can submit rosters during…

Another year at the Red Ryder Roundup Rodeo

Another year at the Red Ryder Roundup Rodeo

By Lisa Scott Special to The SUN The 64th Red Ryder Roundup Rodeo has come to an end. The All-Around Cowboy and Cowgirl titles were awarded to Chance Barnes of…

Area groups, governments consider impacts of energy development

Staff Writer The Chama Peak Land Alliance has partnered with Archuleta County, Rio Arriba County (New Mexico), Future West and Grouthtruth Geographics to consider and discuss the impacts of energy…