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Medical coding program available via online courses

By Gary Franchi Special to The SUN Having the only nationally accredited Medical Coding certificate program in Colorado is one thing. But now that Pueblo Community College has made it…

Medical Center offers EMT Refresher course

By Joe Bigley Special to The SUN Pagosa Springs Medical Center’s EMS Education Center will provide an EMT Refresher course in Pagosa Springs starting on June 10. Unique to this…

GOAL Academy to host community open house

By Anne Grad Special to The SUN Learn more about local community high school option at a community open house hosted by GOAL Academy noon-6 p.m. Friday, May 31, at…

Local FBLA chapter receives state awards

By Cynthia Toner Special to The SUN Nineteen Pagosa Springs High School Future Business Leaders of America members traveled to Vail, Colo., on April 20 to attend the three-day FBLA…

Ed Center will close

Ed Center will close

By Dick Richardson and Lisa Scott Special to The SUN The Board of Directors of the Archuleta County Education Center, with great regret, decided at its monthly meeting on May…

GOAL Academy to host community open house

By Anne Grad Special to The SUN Learn more about local community high school options at a community open house hosted by GOAL Academy noon-6 p.m. Friday, May 31, at…

Workshop to provide valuable information to graduates and parents

By Mara Koch Special to The SUN Calling the Class of 2013. Do you want to know more about, “The Secret Life of the High School Graduate?” All graduating students…

Free horse program for local youth

Free horse program for local youth

By Beverly Compton Special to The SUN Families that participate with a local youth program are invited to spend a morning learning about horses. The program is offered by the…

School district: ‘… doing the right work’

Staff Writer The Colorado Department of Higher Education’s 2012 Remedial Education Report was released last month to the Legislature by Lt. Gov. Joe Garcia and the Colorado Commission on Higher…

Child safety kits for pre-schoolers

By Joanne Irons Special to The SUN Kiwanis club members have been fingerprinting, taking pictures and swabbing for DNA samples to complete a Child Safety Kit for area pre-schools. Head…