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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…

Homecoming Week at high school starts Sept. 17

By Joshua Harwood Special to The SUN Pagosa Springs High School’s Homecoming Week begins Monday, Sept. 17. The student body and school staff, as well as the Student Council committee,…

Audubon society meeting features J.R. Ford

By Dottie George Special to The SUN The Weminuche Audubon Society monthly meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 19, in the Senior Dining Room at the Ross…

Counselors to share information at College Night

By Mark Thompson Special to The SUN On Wednesday, Sept. 19, from 7-9 p.m., at the high school auditorium, the Pagosa Springs High School counseling department will  present a program…

Vale Grant application deadline is Oct. 12

By Jane Foy Special to The SUN The Sixth Judicial District Victim Assistance and Law Enforcement (VALE) Board is seeking grant applications from agencies and organizations to provide assistance services…

Workforce board to meet in Pagosa

By Chloe Wiebe Special to The SUN The Southwest Colorado Workforce Board will meet Sept.19 from 10:30a.m. to noon at the Quality Resort and  Suites in Pagosa Springs. Agenda items…

Meet and Greet to introduce new building officials

By James Dickhoff Special to The SUN The Town of Pagosa Springs and the Archuleta County building departments invite the public and members of the local development community to a…

Culvert work to close section of Piedra Road

Starting Sept. 17, a section of Piedra Road (CR 600) will be closed at Aspenglow Boulevard on the south and at Mission Drive on the north. The Archuleta County Road…

Love’s beginnings and endings: ‘The Last Five Years’

Love’s beginnings and endings:  ‘The Last Five Years’

By Betsy Taber While the phrase “musical theatre” tends to conjure up images of kick-lines, corny love songs and those distressingly perky “theatre-geek” kids, Jason Robert Brown’s “The Last Five…

‘On the Road to Healthy Forests’

By John Graves On Sunday, Sept. 16, the Pagosah Unitarian Universalist Fellowship service topic will be “On the Road to Healthy Forests,” presented by J.R. Ford. He points out that,…