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Political sign posting regulations for town

By Margaret Gallegos Special to The Pagosa Springs SUN Online With the upcoming town general election on April 8, the town would like to inform its citizens, public officials and sign installers about the town’s…

Inaccuracies

Inaccuracies

Dear Editor: There are a number of omissions, distortions and inaccuracies presented by proponents in the article titled “Rec Center Projections Updated”, from last week’s paper. I will try to…

Youth development nonprofits receive a boost from El Pomar Foundation

Youth development nonprofits receive a boost from El Pomar Foundation

By Lori Bellingham Special to The Pagosa Springs SUN Online Hundreds of southwestern Colorado’s young people and their families will receive the services they need this year. On March 13, a total…

Los Lobos returns to the Community Concert Hall March 27

Los Lobos returns to the Community Concert Hall March 27

By Charles Leslie Special to The Pagosa Springs SUN Online The renowned Latin blues-rock band Los Lobos returns to the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College Thursday, March 27,…

Americana Project students travel to Oregon to attend the Songwriting Academy for Youth

Americana Project students travel to Oregon to attend the Songwriting Academy for Youth

By Bob Hemenger Special to The Pagosa Springs SUN Online On March 6, four students from Pagosa Springs High School’s Americana Project class traveled with their instructor, Bob Hemenger, to…

Extensive discipleship course offered

By James D. Sanderson Special to The Pagosa Springs SUN Online As God’s movement toward unifying His Church continues to grow, we are experiencing an ever-greater need for committed Christian…

Votes count

Votes count

Dear Editor: Let’s vote. Voting is one of the most fundamental rights we have in this country and this upcoming town election on April 8th is our chance to make…

Pagosa Springs Mayor Ross Aragon: The longest serving mayor and town trustee in Colorado history

Pagosa Springs Mayor Ross Aragon: The longest serving mayor and town trustee in Colorado history

By Ed Fincher and Randi Pierce Staff Writers When Pagosa Springs Mayor Ross Aragon hands over the reins to his successor in April of this year, he will hold the…

Lady Pirates finish second at state

Lady Pirates finish second at state

The Pagosa Springs High School Lady Pirates suffered their first and only loss of the season this evening (Saturday) during the state championship game, finishing the 2013-2014 season with a…

Lady Pirates advance to state championships Saturday

The Pagosa Springs High School Lady Pirates earned their spot in the Colorado 3A girls basketball championship game Friday with a win over the Sterling Tigers. The championship game is…