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News from Arboles: Food pantry grows, thrift store progressing

News from Arboles: Food pantry grows, thrift store progressing

By Susan Gibson PREVIEW Columnist It has been busy in Arboles these past few months.  First off: The TARA Community Center was lucky to be honored by Archuleta County this…

WIC program helps address food insecurity during COVID-19

By Jenny Howell San Juan Basin Public Health In challenging times like the one we are experiencing due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program…

Voting for Food Coalition projects closes Sunday

By Pauline Benetti Food Coalition There is still time to vote on projects that strengthen our local food system. Our local Archuleta Food Coalition was awarded $20,000, which it decided…

Join the Food Coalition in supporting our neighbors this holiday season

Food Coalition On Saturday, Nov. 21, the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (Local IBEW 111 26 and 26A) of La Plata Electric Association will be holding a community food drive…

Turkey delivery

Turkey delivery

Community United Methodist Church volunteers and Pagosa Fire Protection District personnel work together to unload a shipment of turkeys for the church’s annual pre-boxed holiday meals. The 200 meals will…

Share your special family recipes

By Shari Pierce Staff Writer As the holidays near, The Pagosa Springs SUN is asking readers to share special family recipes. The SUN will share selected recipes with our readers…

Community voting for Food Coalition project to start Nov. 14

By Pauline Benetti Food Coalition President Theodore Roosevelt once said, “The first requisite of a good citizen in this republic of ours is that he shall be able and willing…

Early Thanksgiving meal at Loaves and Fishes set for Nov. 19

By Nancy Crouse Loaves and Fishes Yes, Pagosa, there will still be a fantastic early Thanksgiving meal at Loaves and Fishes this year.  Although much is different and difficult this…

Sarah Platt Decker Chapter celebrates First Responder’s Day

Sarah Platt Decker Chapter celebrates First Responder’s Day

By Linda Hobbs Sarah Platt Decker Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution In honor of First Responder’s Day, Oct. 28, and in appreciation and respect for their services,…

‘This tradition lives on’: 20th annual Veterans Day breakfast set for Nov. 11

By Simone Mounsamy Staff Writer Every year since 2000, Pagosa Springs Middle School’s (PSMS) eighth-grade class has been hosting a breakfast to honor and thank the veterans of Archuleta County…

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