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Students take inaugural field trip to Moab

Students take inaugural field trip to Moab

Staff Writer Eighth-grade students at Pagosa Springs Middle School took the first of hopefully many class trips to Moab, Utah, Oct. 8-10. The SUN caught up with school principal Chris…

Pagosans receive Fort Lewis College Foundation scholarships

By Mitch Davis Special to The SUN The Fort Lewis College Foundation holds and administers over 70 donor scholarships with varied criteria based on merit, need, passion, goals, and accomplishments.…

School board considers safety issues

Staff Writer In preparation for next month’s election, the four candidates campaigning for two open seats on the Archuleta School District’s Board of Education were recently featured in a series…

Kurt-Mason named Teacher of the Year

Kurt-Mason named Teacher of the Year

Staff Writer Mary Kurt-Mason, Special Talents teacher at Pagosa Springs High School, officially received one of six PEOPLE Magazine Teacher of the Year awards yesterday for her unique and inspiring…

School board race, District 5: Dryburgh and Hooten

School board race, District 5: Dryburgh and Hooten

The Archuleta School District Board of Education has two openings this year, with both seats being contested before voters. Incumbent Tim Taylor will face challenger Brooks Lindner to represent District…

Candidate, issue forum set for Oct. 15

By Mary Beth McAuley Special to The SUN On Nov. 5, a general election will be held by mail-in ballot to fill two local school board seats, as well as…

Speakers and panelists sought for career fair

By Natalie Bertrand Special to The SUN Like many who graduated way back when, most high school students today do not know what career path they will take. The thought…

County to buy Ed Center building

County to buy Ed Center building

Archuleta County has signed a purchase agreement to buy the building at 4th and Lewis streets in downtown Pagosa Springs that formerly housed the Archuleta County Education Center. In the…

School board race, District 1: Lindner and Taylor

School board race, District 1: Lindner and Taylor

The Archuleta School District Board of Education has two openings this year, with both seats being contested before voters; incumbent Tim Taylor will face challenger Brooks Lindner to represent District…

Library becomes a source for education opportunities

Your library is the new site of the county’s GED (General Educational Development) program now that the Archuleta County Education Center building has closed. The schedule is Monday through Wednesday…