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Forest Health Partnership begins a new year, projects planned

Staff Writer The San Juan Headwaters Forest Health Partnership (SJHFHP) group met last Friday, Jan. 17, to discuss projects in 2014 and budget matters. Group members dedicated a great deal…

Wrestling season in full swing, Bayfield up tonight

Wrestling season in full swing, Bayfield up tonight

Staff Writer Pirate wrestlers lost a dual meet in Monte Vista last Thursday, but continued to improve their skills Saturday at the Alamosa Invitational. Despite having a number of exciting…

Pirates finish 7th at RMI, fierce competition ahead

Pirates finish 7th at RMI, fierce competition ahead

Staff Writer The Pirates faced tough competition this past weekend at the Rocky Mountain Invitational (RMI). Held at the high school, the 18-team tournament was an individual, double-elimination style competition.…

Average snowpack as of Jan. 1

Staff Writer As of Jan. 1, 2014, snowpack in the southwest river basin including the Animas, Dolores, San Juan and San Miguel rivers was at 100 percent of the calculated…

Skier numbers increase at Wolf Creek

Staff Writer Wolf Creek Ski Area experienced increased visitor numbers over the holiday season that kept employees busy between Sunday, Dec. 22 and Sunday, Jan. 5. The SUN spoke with…

Thinning for healthy forests

Thinning for healthy forests

Staff Writer JR Ford’s Forest Health Company, operated by the Pagosa Cattle Company, is moving forward with forestry treatments on private parcels in the Hidden Valley subdivision. The primary objectives…

Pirates fall to Mean Moose, Invitational tourney Saturday

Pirates fall to Mean Moose, Invitational tourney Saturday

Staff Writer The Pirate wrestling squad lost a dual meet against the Alamosa Mean Moose this past Saturday at home. Ranked in the top ten 3A wrestling teams in the…

School based health center in planning stage, to be affected by the Affordable Care Act

Staff Writer After receiving a $20,000 grant from the Colorado Health Foundation to begin planning to build a School Based Health Center on the Pagosa Springs Middle School Campus, Archuleta…

Cowboys*Indians to premiere tomorrow

Staff Writer The world theater premiere of Cowboys*Indians, the first of many films Ian McCrudden’s Epiphany pictures hopes to produce in Pagosa, will be held at the downtown Liberty Theatre…

Historic Bible found at thrift shop, returned to family

Staff Writer A unique family Bible was found by former librarian Barb Draper at the Methodist Thrift Shop earlier this year and returned to the family by history and genealogy…