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LPEA distributes unclaimed capital credits to local nonprofits

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN In an effort to make good use of idle funds left abandoned by former consumer-members of La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) as unclaimed…

Citizens and commissioners meet to discuss weight limits on Bristlecone Drive

Last week, the county commissioners and residents from Bristlecone Drive met to discuss weight restrictions and concerns along the road. The full version of this story is available in the…

Onset of fall season highlights the importance of updating your child’s vaccines

Special to The SUN With the onset of the fall season, San Juan Basin Public Health (SJBPH) wants to remind parents of the importance of keeping school-aged children up to…

Pirates stomp Moffat County, hit the road against Cortez on Friday

Pirates stomp Moffat County, hit the road against Cortez on Friday

The Pagosa Springs High School Pirate football team got back on track in a big way, dominating the No. 25 Moffat County Bulldogs 49-20 Saturday. The full version of this…

Town council rejects planning commission membership recommendation

At least for now, there will not be any opportunity for more than two nonresidents to participate on the Pagosa Springs Planning Commission. The full version of this story is…

General election ballots to be mailed starting Oct. 15

It’s that time of year: political ads are plentiful, yard signs tout the qualities of numerous candidates and candidates are meeting and greeting at almost every opportunity. The full version…

Rock the Vote helps educate about the importance of voting

By Roslyn Earle Special to The SUN Rock the Vote is a national nonpartisan organization whose purpose is to encourage everyone to vote and to help educate people, especially young…

Library

The Ruby M. Sisson Memorial Library would like to thank everyone who attended the ribbon cutting ceremony for the library’s Book Barns. The full version of this story is available…

‘A tale of two races’: Pirates host cross-country races

‘A tale of two races’: Pirates host cross-country races

Saturday was, as coach Scott Anderson put it, “a tale of two races” for the Pagosa Springs High School cross-country team. The full version of this story is available in…

It’s our birthday

If you turn to the front page of this week’s SUN, you will find that this week is Volume 111, Number 1. It’s our birthday. The highlight of the past…