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Ballots must be returned by Nov. 5

By June Madrid Special to The SUN Ballots are in the mail, so if you know you are registered, you should have your ballot by now. If you have not…

Legal Notices 10/31/13

STATE OF COLORADO ) COUNTY OF ARCHULETA ) SS. PAGOSA FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT ) NOTICE CONCERNING PROPOSED BUDGETS OF THE PAGOSA FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all…

Candidate in Bayfield school board election ruled ineligible

By Tiffany Parker Special to The SUN Based upon an inquiry to the La Plata Clerk and Recorder’s office and upon further research of the La Plata County Assessor’s records,…

Ballots mailed, must be returned by Tuesday, Nov. 5

By June Madrid Special to The SUN Ballots are in the mail, so if you know you are registered, you should have your ballot by now. If you have not…

LPEA to host Halloween trick-or-treat for young children

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN It’ll be a “spirited good time” for young ones at La Plata Electric Association (LPEA), as the cooperative will host a special open…

Oct. 31 deadline for submissions for SUN veteran, service member tribute

A reminder for Pagosa veterans and service members: The SUN will honor Pagosa Country veterans, as well as those who are currently serving their country, in our Nov. 7 edition.…

John Salazar to address high school FBLA chapter

By Zach Ellis Special to The SUN John Salazar, commissioner of the Colorado Department of Agriculture, has graciously accepted an invitation to serve as keynote speaker at the Future Business…

United Way dining certificates — they’re back

By Lisa Jensen Special to The SUN Hot off the presses: United Way dining certificates are once again available for your dining pleasure. If you’ve been waiting for a special…

Call for entries: photography exhibition

The Hays Arts Council has announced a call for entries for the 30th annual Five-State Photography competition and exhibition. Entries will be accepted from Kansas, Colorado, Nebraska, Missouri and Oklahoma.…

Discussion to focus on near-death experiences

By Musetta Wollenweber SUN Columnist At least 20 percent of people who have come close to death have had a near-death experience. Come to the Senior Center and learn more…