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Pagosa Springs included in magazine’s Sweet 16 Best Towns

By Maya Meredith Special to The SUN What makes the best town in America? To OUTSIDE magazine, it’s the kind of place with top-notch restaurants, vibrant farmers’ markets, friendly neighborhoods…

Pirate golfers battle nerves in first tournament

Like happens in any sport, the first tournament of the year for the Pagosa Springs High School golf team brought about some nerves in the Pirate golfers. Despite those nerves,…

Plan approved for new condos on Apache Street

The tiny mobile home park on the corner of Apache and 5th streets in the south neighborhood of downtown Pagosa Springs no longer exists. The last resident has left. All…

Home sales decline during July

Experts point to traditional slowdown in the real estate market in late summer By Saul F. Rosenthal Special to The SUN Home sales were lower throughout most of the state…

Soccer set to open season against Titans Friday

Soccer set to open season against Titans Friday

Practices have begun, scrimmages have been played and Wolf Creek Pass has been run. Now all the Pagosa Springs High School boys’ soccer team has left is to tackle the…

Local student builds snow depth sensor

When the average high schooler enters their senior year, you will often hear them talk excitedly about taking fewer classes, enjoying social events or moving on to bigger and better…

Shop locally for the freshest produce

It doesn’t get any better than this. It’s that great time of year when peaches are in from Palisade, corn is fresh from Olathe and homegrown tomatoes, fresh greens and…

Superintendent receives salary increase, results of evaluation released

The Archuleta School District (ASD) Board of Education held its regular meeting on Aug. 11, during which the board approved a 10-percent pay raise for Superintendent Linda Reed. Reed’s salary…

Parks and trails progress update

By Larry Lynch| Special to The SUN There has been good progress this summer on parks and trails in Pagosa Lakes. The newest segment of the hard surface multi-purpose trail…

Pregnancy Support Center changes name to THRIVE

By Kay Dean Special to The SUN Change is constant and, yet, human beings have a natural tendency to resist change. It’s so easy to say, “That’s the way it’s…