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In Memoriam-Alice M. Young

Alice M. Young 11/16/29 to 12/17/11 Our hearts are still hurting; our eyes are still shedding tears. We have gone through life without you, for yet another year. There is…

Warm up winter with a dish that evokes summer days

Hearty winter meals have a tendency to lack the color and vitality that comes with fresh summer produce. But just because the days are shorter and people are bundled up…

Confusion

Confusion

Dear Editor: There seems to be some confusion with many as to whom are the servants and whom are the masters in government affairs. The rights we the People have…

Lead the way

Lead the way

Dear Editor: Thank you for highlighting the opportunities that are coming available in the electrical energy arena. I would like to expand upon your comments. I am enthusiastic, as you…

Public Notices 12/19/13

DISTRICT COURT, ARCHULETA COUNTY, COLORADO Archuleta County Combined Courts Court Address: 449 San Juan St. PO Box 148, Pagosa Springs CO 81147 Phone: 970-264-8160 / Fax: 970-264-8161 WILENE SHUMWAY Plaintiffs,…

Live Entertainment 12/19-12/25

Friday Bear Creek Saloon: Variety Express, 9 p.m. Saturday Bear Creek Saloon: DJs Smiley and Marcus, 9 p.m. Follow these topics: Music…

Veterans for Veterans to host outreach specialist

By Mike Hayward Special to The SUN The Veterans for Veterans of Archuleta County meet weekly at the Quality Resort on the west end of town every Tuesday at 10…

Local cross country ski trails groomed and ready for use

By James Dickhoff Special to The SUN The Pagosa Springs area has a number of groomed cross country ski trails for skate skiing and classic cross country skiing. Trails are…

Cutting your tree on the national forest

Courtesy U.S. Forest Service Christmas tree permits are now on sale at National Forest and Bureau of Land Management offices and selected retail outlets in southwestern Colorado. Permits come with…

Food preservation classes to start in January

By Terry Schaaf Special to The SUN The CSU Extension Office in Archuleta County is offering a series of classes on basic food preservation. Each class will cover basics of…