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Local-Nevarez

  Congratulations to Annalee Nevarez, who has been accepted to Harvard University’s secondary summer program. Follow these topics: Celebrations, Education, Lifestyle…

Republican Women host district meeting

By Sandy Artzberger Special to The SUN The Archuleta County Republican Women are honored to host the Southwest District III meeting Saturday, May 17, from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.…

Cemetery clean up canceled

The community Hilltop Cemetery clean up, scheduled for Saturday, May 10, has been canceled due to a funeral being scheduled for that morning. Follow these topics: Lifestyle, News…

Elk Foundation to hold annual banquet and fundraiser

By Anthony Garcia Special to The SUN If you enjoy a good time and the outdoors, you won’t want to miss the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF) San Juan Chapter’s…

Obituary-Mary Catherine ‘Kay’ Arnold

Obituary-Mary Catherine ‘Kay’ Arnold

Mary Catherine “Kay” Arnold was born to Florence Camfield Bussey and Elmer Bussey in Tabor, S.D., on May 12, 1928, the only girl among five siblings. Kay graduated from Yankton…

CDC resignation

Dear Editor: I feel it is incumbent upon me to respond to some of the letters to the editor and feedback around town concerning the CDC meeting of March 7.…

We’re all we need

Dear Editor: Congratulations to PSHS art teacher, Clint Shaw, and his students: Chase Patane, Teeka Murphy, Maria Campuzano and Devon Jurcak, for being one of only 50 schools nationwide selected…

Reputable model

Dear Editor: The community as always is indebted to the League of Women Voters for the candidate forums it hosts during election cycles. At the forum held April 29 for…

Bob is right choice

Dear Editor: Bob Lynch is the right choice for the La Plate Electric Association board. Everyone who gets an LPEA bill is eligible to vote in this important election. Bob…

Jose Martinez

Dear Editor: The number of years Jose Martinez had was few, but he had grown wise in heart. He lived as if all depended on him; he did his share…