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Pirate golfers look to finish strong at regionals

With only one regular-season tournament left for the Pagosa Springs High School Pirate golf team and regionals set for Tuesday, Sept. 18, things are looking good. The full version of…

Town explores future of Water Works site

The first phase of the restoration of the historic Water Works facility is underway as of this week, but what will ultimately be done with the site following its restoration…

Candidate Ken Montera answers SUN questions following Archuleta County stop

Candidate Ken Montera answers SUN questions following Archuleta County stop

Following his stop in Pagosa Springs for the Archuleta County Republican Women’s Aug. 14 meeting, Ken Montera, candidate for University of Colorado (CU) Regent at large on November’s ballot, answered…

Lady Pirates take second at Alamosa meet, boys finish 14th

Lady Pirates take second at Alamosa meet, boys finish 14th

The Pagosa Springs High School cross-country teams logged several personal records (PRs) at last weekend’s Joe Vigil Invitational in Alamosa, despite again being challenged by injury and, on the guys’…

Pirates take fourth at Hornet Invite

The No. 9 Pagosa Springs High School Pirate golfers had another good day on the links on Aug. 31, finishing fourth in the Hornet Invite. The full version of this…

Forest Service seeking public input on proposed pipeline, gas well project

The San Juan National Forest is currently accepting public comment concerning a proposed development of existing Fruitland coalbed natural gas leases in the Fosset Gulch area. The full version of…

July a record-breaking revenue month for medical center

July was a record-breaking month at Pagosa Springs Medical Center (PSMC). According to a report heard by the Upper San Juan Health Service District (USJHSD) Board of Directors on Aug.…

Pirate harriers fare well at Utah meet despite heat

Pirate harriers fare well at Utah meet despite heat

Despite temperatures in the 80s, the Pagosa Springs High School Pirate harriers continued to show promise at last Friday’s meet in Monticello, Utah. The full version of this story is…

Pirate harriers start season in encouraging fashion

Following last week’s pre-state meet in Colorado Springs, Pagosa Springs High School cross-country coach Scott Anderson is encouraged and optimistic. The full version of this story is available in the…

Golfers head to Pueblo Centennial tournament

After a break from tournament action, the Pagosa Springs High School golf team will be back in the swing of things tomorrow at Hollydot Golf Club in Colorado City. The…

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