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Winter Outlook favors warmer temperatures for much of U.S.

Winter Outlook favors warmer temperatures for much of U.S.

Special to The SUN A mild winter could be in store for much of the United States this winter, according to NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center. In the U.S. Winter Outlook…

Lady Pirates get back on track with two straight wins, look to sneak into postseason

Lady Pirates get back on track with two straight wins, look to sneak into postseason

A five-game losing streak for the Pagosa Springs High School Lady Pirate volleyball team came to an end on Oct. 19 as they defeated the Buena Vista Demons (7-10 overall,…

Pirates lose heartbreaker to Wolverines in overtime, playoff hopes still alive

Pirates lose heartbreaker to Wolverines in overtime, playoff hopes still alive

A battle to the very end would be an apt description of the No. 14 Pagosa Springs High School Pirate football team’s face off against the No. 2 Bayfield Wolverines…

Pirates close book on 2018 soccer season

The Pagosa Springs High School Pirate soccer season has drawn to a close with a 1-13 record for the 2018 season. The full version of this story is available in…

Pirate teams take first, fourth to qualify for state

Pirate teams take first, fourth to qualify for state

The hard work has been done, and, now, with one more week of competition left in the season, the Pagosa Springs High School cross-country squads are looking forward to seeing…

Our Savior Lutheran School

Our Savior Lutheran School

Members of the Pagosa Fire Protection District visit Our Savior Lutheran School to teach students about fire safety earlier this month.…

Medical center budget anticipates continued growth in 2019

Pagosa Springs Medical Center’s (PSMC) draft 2019 budget anticipates a 5 percent increase in patient revenues over what the center has seen in 2018 — a conservative increase compared to…

High school hillside work tops $1 million

An update on work that has been done at Pagosa Springs High School (PSHS) was given by Archuleta School District (ASD) Finance Director Mike Hodgson in an interview with The…

Lake levels see minimal change, diversion flows stay the same

As of Oct. 22, total cumulative available lake water for treatment and delivery is at 66.5 percent, down from last week’s total of 67 percent, according to a press release…

Bush: Vision

Dear Editor: We are fortunate to live in one of the most beautiful places on earth, and we have a duty to protect it. I am a “pro-life” independent voter.…