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Library to unveil new online tools for job seekers

In recognition of Workforce Development Month, today, Sept. 25, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment’s Rural Workforce Consortium, in partnership with the Colorado State Library, will hold a demonstration…

Final hunter education classes in 2012

Hunter education classes are scheduled in October and November in Pagosa Springs. The first class is set for Oct. 18 and 19; the second class is scheduled Nov. 1 and…

Forest Service issues decision on Laughlin Park Land Exchange

San Juan National Forest Supervisor Mark Stiles signed a Decision Notice and Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) on Sept. 5 approving the Laughlin Park Land Exchange Final Environmental Assessment…

Officials ID remains found Tuesday

Archuleta County Coroner Carl Macht announced this morning that human remains found Tuesday in the area of Beaver Meadows, in western Archuleta County, were confirmed through the use of dental…

CDC implements Economic Gardening initiatives

By Muriel Eason Special to The SUN Muriel Eason, chairman of the Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation (PSCDC), is now a certified Economic Gardening Program Director, a title conferred by…

Warning

Dear Editor: A recent article in the Washington Post (7/25/2012) titled “In Va., dogs and the dead are invited to vote” started off with “A group that tries to get…

Biden

Dear Editor: A couple days before the Democratic National Convention, our intrepid vice president, Joe Biden, made a suggestion for a bumper sticker: “Osama bin Laden is Dead and GM…

Edward Kaumeyer

Edward Kaumeyer, 91, passed away Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2012, in Wheat Ridge, Colo. He was born in Lancaster, Ohio, Dec. 4, 1920, and was the oldest of four brothers and…

West Nile outbreak could be worst in U.S. history

By Mike Baldyga  American College of Emergency Physicians Special to The SUN With the West Nile Virus outbreak set to be the worst in U.S. history, the nation’s emergency physicians…

English as a Second Language offered at Education Center

By Lynell Wiggers Special to The SUN Can you imagine living in another culture and not being able to speak the language? The loss of self-confidence is particularly difficult for…