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Join Saturday geology walk to Ice Cave Ridge

By Rick Stinchfield Special to The SUN The Pagosa Ranger District of the San Juan National Forest attracts people from all over the world who come to enjoy the beauty…

Curtains Up Pagosa

Curtains Up Pagosa

Curtains Up Pagosa (CUP) is excited to announce the upcoming concert of its 2018 concert series, “One Night Only,” an evening of Broadway music. The show will star Robert Neel…

Thingamajig Theatre Company’s “Thoroughly Modern Millie” Cast

Thingamajig Theatre Company’s “Thoroughly Modern Millie” Cast

A corner table at the bakery looked like it belonged in a 1920s speakeasy on Thursday morning, Aug. 9, when eight actors from Thingamajig Theatre Company’s “Thoroughly Modern Millie” cast…

Graham

Graham

Andi and Cole Graham exchanged their vows for friends and family on July 28. The theme of Viking-fairy was displayed in the entire wardrobe of the wedding party, all designed…

Michael ‘Mike’ Turner

Michael ‘Mike’ Turner

On Aug. 8, Michael took one final journey through our Universe. As a son, brother, husband, father, grandfather, veteran and friend, he left an indelible impression on all of us.…

Gas wells

Dear Editor: There has been a lot of controversy recently about gas wells in Archuleta County. Unfortunately, in spite of the county planning commission and the county commissioners’ vote against…

Isaac Edward Oldham

Isaac Edward Oldham

Isaac Edward Oldham, born Jan. 3, 1940, went to be with the Lord Aug. 9. Ike is survived by his loving wife of 48 years, Sharron (Holman) Oldham; three daughters:…

Town planning commission offers feedback on vacation rental licensing proposal

By J. Williams Staff Writer There were a number of important issues deliberated and addressed Tuesday evening at the Pagosa Springs Planning Commission meeting. The full version of this story…

Childhood center

Dear Editor: I applaud SUN reporter Chris Mannara for capturing the facts of the Archuleta County Education Center’s (ACEC) mission to open an early childhood center in the fall of…

Consumers beware: Door-to-door asphalt sales scams may turn resurfacing into costly project

By Tom Clayton Special to The SUN The Colorado Asphalt Pavement Association (CAPA) is urging Colorado consumers to beware of scams involving door-to-door salesmen offering unbelievably low-cost quotes on asphalt…