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Man against man, Indian against Anglo

Man against man, Indian against Anglo

The Colorado Western Slope was a scary place to be during the latter half of 1879. Pagosa Country was no exception. The cause of concern was classic: man against man,…

Let’s talk turkey preparation and safety

Turkey is often the main dish at holiday meals, but if it is not prepared correctly and safely, it can cause foodborne illness. Follow these food safety guidelines prepared by…

Local author pens Christmas book for youngsters

“Thimbo Jack” by local author Marge Alley is one of those special children’s books that will make adult readers smile just as much as the lucky youngsters who are being…

San Juan Conservation District announces poster contest winners

San Juan Conservation District announces poster contest winners

By Cynthia Purcell Special to The SUN The San Juan Conservation District hosted its annual poster contest for sixth-grade students. This year’s theme was “Dig Deeper — The Mysteries of…

Festival of Trees tickets on sale now

The ninth annual Festival of Trees event is set for Friday, Dec. 5. It is a pre-sale ticket only event. Tickets this year are $30 per person or $250 to…

School district health report: assessing beyond the classroom

The Archuleta School District Health and Wellness Report is in for 2014. Sandy Lane, health and wellness coordinator for the district, reported the data reflects “a paradigm shift in education.”…

What’s Cookin’

Hearty Turkey and Squash Stew Recipe courtesy: Colorado Department of Agriculture and Chef Jason K. Morse, C.E.C., executive chef of Douglas County School District. 1/4 cup olive oil 6 celery…

Colorado Farm Bureau holding 96th annual meeting

By Ashley Breitnauer Special to The SUN Farmers and ranchers from across Colorado will be gathering Nov. 20-23 for Colorado Farm Bureau’s 96th annual meeting at the Hyatt Regency Denver…

Christmas tree permits on sale

By Ann Bond Special to The SUN Christmas tree permits, which allow you to cut your own holiday tree on National Forest and Bureau of Land Management lands, are now…

Read-A-Thon funds support new play and fitness area

Read-A-Thon funds support new play and fitness area

By Gwen Taylor Special to The SUN The first-ever Read-A-Thon was recently completed at the elementary school and the Partners In Education (PIE) parents’ group would like to thank the…