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It takes a village: Local non-profits work together

By Kirsten Le Roux Special to The SUN The expression, “It takes a village to raise a child” has been evident in Pagosa Springs this past year. GECKO (Giving Every…

Amendment 66

Amendment 66

Dear Editor: How eager are you to pay more taxes to the state of Colorado? If you are just dying to pay more in state income tax, then by all…

A cancer

A cancer

Dear Editor: It is a bizarre thing to watch this government at “work.” This pathetic “shutdown” is such a farce. For example, can you imagine a government that takes months…

WHO works to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters

WHO works to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters

By Maggie Ives Special to The SUN Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Colorado has been helping children in Pagosa for over 13 years. Our mission is to provide children…

4-H makes a difference for our youth

By Roberta Tolan PREVIEW Columnist What do Faith Hill, Julia Roberts, David Letterman, Temple Grandin, Reba McIntire, and Herschel Walker have in common? Each is an American icon. Each is…

Birth-Lomasney

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lomasney announce the birth of their third grandchild, Louis Michael, on Sept. 19 at Camp LeJeune Hospital in Jacksonville, N.C. Louis is the son of USMC…

Engagement-Lomasney

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lomasney announce the engagement of their son, Patrick Martin Lomasney, to U.S. Army Capt. Evelyn Slaughter, M.D., on Nov. 16. The couple will reside in the…

Wise spending

Wise spending

Dear Editor: While I know and appreciate both candidates that are running for the same school board seat, I am supporting Bruce Dryburgh. I feel Bruce provides a proven track…

Priority

Priority

Dear Editor: Economic development can be defined as “efforts that seek to improve the economic well-being and quality of life for a community by creating and/or retaining jobs and supporting…

Cards of Thanks

Dance The Ross Aragon Community Center would like to thank all the nonprofits that helped sell tickets to the Dance to Make a Difference: Veterans for Veterans, Archuleta County Seniors,…