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Donations sought for fireworks, fountain

By Tom Carosello SUN Columnist The Town of Pagosa Springs is now accepting tax-deductible donations for this year’s Fourth of July fireworks show. Donations in any amount will be accepted…

Girl Talk celebrates first year

Girl Talk celebrates first year

By Joanne Irons Special to The SUN Girl Talk girls celebrated their time spent together with a year-end party at The Springs and dinner at Farrago Market Cafe. After spending…

Obituary-Connie Lee Kimball

It is with great sadness that we share the passing of our beloved daughter, mother and grandmother, Connie Lee (Jacobson) Kimball, 62, of Bloomfield, N.M. She passed away at the…

Charles M. Guisinger

Charles M. Guisinger

Charles M. (Chuck) Guisinger, born April 2, 1948; died June 16, 2013, Father’s Day. He is survived by his wife of 43 years, Cathy; daughters Cate Guisinger and Kelly Heyns;…

Weeds love it when it’s dry; weed control measures

Extension staff SUN Columnists During times of drought, native and desirable perennial plants often face hardship due to dry conditions and high temperatures. Annual weeds, on the other hand, grow…

How is VA loan entitlement determined?

By Raymond Taylor SUN Columnist Many military members wonder whether they have entitlement for a VA loan; and, if so, how much. VA entitlements can vary from veteran to veteran…

Wildfire closes U.S. 160 at Wolf Creek Pass

Wildfire closes U.S. 160 at Wolf Creek Pass

U.S. 160 at Wolf Creek Pass has been closed due to wildfire. According to the Colorado Department of Transportation, there is no estimated time for reopening the highway. Follow these…

Red Flag Warnings issued for Thursday, fires continue to grow

Red Flag Warnings issued for Thursday, fires continue to grow

A Red Flag Warning has again been issued for today, Thursday. Yesterday, the column  of smoke from the West Fork Fire rose to 30,000 feet and the smoke impacted communities…

Veterans for Veterans, veterans helping veterans

By Arizona Lowe Special to The SUN Veterans for Veterans of Archuleta County has been in the news quite a bit in the last few weeks. First, there was the…

West Fork Fire

West Fork Fire

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