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Veterans: Honoring and protecting their legacies

Tomorrow will be the 16th consecutive year for the Pagosa Springs Middle School’s eighth-grade class to host a breakfast to honor and thank the veterans of Archuleta County for their…

Make your vote count

Tuesday, Nov. 8, is Election Day. Ballots have been mailed to registered voters and those voters have some big decisions to make. The full version of this story is available…

Out of the ashes

A significant piece of Pagosa Country history was destroyed when the historic Adobe building on Lewis Street went up in flames. Approximately 15 businesses were gutted by the fire. The…

Vote yes on 4A

Why should you care if Ballot Issue 4A passes? For one thing, your life might depend on it. In January of 2008, Pagosa Springs Medical Center, formerly called Pagosa Mountain…

ColoradoCares?

Don’t be fooled by the “ColoradoCare” title for Amendment 69. This is one amendment that doesn’t care at all about Colorado. The full version of this story is available in…

Since 1909

Inside The Pagosa Springs SUN’s newspaper office you will find a wealth of history in a room that we call “the morgue.” The morgue is full of “dead” newspapers. Those…

Frustrations

Horrendous traffic problems caused by the Colorado Department of Transportation’s not-so-perfectly timed restriping, resurfacing and traffic light work along with the suffocating smoke from controlled burns have been a little…

Justice center: Making a monumental, legacy decision

We don’t envy the position of the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners when it comes to making the monumental decision of the future location of the justice center. Follow…

Be a good sport

Anyone who has ever been to a sporting event has heard an overzealous parent or fan who has no reservation when it comes to shouting out at the players, a…

Legendary music festival

A sense of excitement filled the air as hundreds of eager festivalgoers lined up in droves at the base of Reservoir Hill this week, waiting for the gates to officially…