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Tax preparation help coming to Senior Center in 2019

VITA will be returning to prepare federal and state income tax returns at no charge as part of the IRS’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program. The planned dates are…

Readers share ideas for 2019

The new year is upon us, and in the tradition of a fresh start with the fresh year, we asked readers to share their ideas for the changes they wanted…

Business plan competition opens up to local high school students

Special to The SUN More fledgling business ideas than ever are expected to fly from the Hawk Tank Business Plan Competition in spring 2019, thanks to Southwest Colorado Small Business…

Loaves and Fishes

Loaves and Fishes

Students from across the Archuleta School District spectrum volunteered their time to spread some holiday cheer at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish Hall as part of the weekly Loaves…

Festival of Trees

Festival of Trees

Members of various nonprofits across Archuleta County pose with checks representing funds their groups made as a result of the Festival of Trees event held on Dec. 7. Over $36,000…

A case for bringing back cursive writing

Cursive writing is defined as a style of penmanship where some characters are written and joined together in a flowing manner. It is generally used to allow an individual to…

PAWSD approves 2019 budget

At its meeting on Dec. 13, the Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District (PAWSD) Board of Directors approved the district’s 2019 budget. The full version of this story is available…

Forest service updates road closure information

By Brandon Caley Special to The SUN To protect road surfaces and for public safety, forest roads are seasonally closed to wheeled motorized vehicles, except snowmobiles operating on snow. They…

Robert Lee Davis (Bob)

Robert Lee Davis (Bob)

Robert Lee Davis (Bob), with wife by his side, went to be with his Lord and Savior on Dec. 12 at their home in Arboles, Colo. Born Oct 30,1944, in…

Pirate basketball suffocates Reds, drops tough one to Lions

Pirate basketball suffocates Reds, drops tough one to Lions

In the return of the Wolf Creek Classic, the No. 22 Pagosa Springs High School Pirate boys’ basketball team experienced highs and lows, leaving the tournament with an even 1-1…