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Storm updates

All Archuleta School District schools will be closed today due to current weather and unsafe road conditions. School activities are cancelled today. Seeds of Learning is closed. Archuleta County offices…

Get outside your comfort zone

Get outside your comfort zone

By Sue Ellen Haning Preview Columnist “What the heck is a successful nut and why would I want to be one?” you may ask. First let’s define “nut” as we…

Snow to end, cold night ahead

The clouds are ready to break, with scant snow expected the remainder of the day, today, in Pagosa Country. With the departure of the storm, a cold night lies ahead,…

Elk Park

What a great community you are, Pagosa Springs — 950 pounds of dog and cat food have been collected over the holidays.  The food drive started before Thanksgiving and ended…

Red Cross seeks skilled communications volunteers

By Patricia Billinger Special to The SUN The American Red Cross is seeking skilled communications volunteers to utilize their skills in helping the Red Cross in Pagosa Springs and the…

Despicable

Despicable

Dear Editor: After the horrific tragedy at the school in Connecticut, it is despicable that the anti-gun crowd quickly exploited the families for their political gains. They couldn’t even wait…

Learn about Nordic trails at San Juan Outdoor Club meeting

By Isabelle Emerson Special to The SUN The San Juan Outdoor Club monthly meeting for January will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 3, at the Pagosa Lakes Clubhouse,…

Free radon screening tests and information meeting

By Jim Smith SUN Columnist Colorado State University Extension will offer the classes and free screening kits on Wednesday, Jan. 9, at 1 p.m. and Wednesday, Feb. 6, at 4…

David Aldridge

David Paul Aldridge, son of Paul and Janet Aldridge, died unexpectedly on Friday, Dec. 21, 2012, of a suspected heart issue. He was 39. A complete obituary will follow in…

Breathe

Breathe

Dear Editor: I am reading a piece about a part of our brain — the amygdala. This is the smaller-than-walnut part of our brain that is the most primitive and…