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Gazebo

Gazebo

Photo courtesy West Davies Kayakers and rafters who have floated down the San Juan south of Pagosa Springs may recall seeing a gazebo on private property near the banks of…

New phone number for Medicare/SHIP

By Musetta Wollenweber Special to The SUN Medicare/State Health Insurance Assistance Program services, formerly available at the Senior Center, are now available by appointment by the same dedicated counselors and…

Adult basketball registration deadline extended

By Tom Carosello SUN Columist The deadline to register teams for the 2014 adult men’s and women’s basketball leagues has been extended through Friday. Staff will accept registrations for men’s…

WinterFest competition winners announced

SUN Columnist Even though there was minimal snow, WinterFest activities went well and the crowds came out to support the events. The weekend kicked off with the annual Chilly Bowl…

Deadline nears for LPEA scholarship applications

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN The deadline for high school seniors to apply for scholarships and awards available through La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) is Monday, March 3.…

McLachlan reports on legislative session

As usual, the legislative session is flying by at breakneck speed. HB14-1119, which is a food donation tax credit bill I am cosponsoring with Tim Dore (R-Elizabeth), passed unanimously out…

High School honor students announced

By Kim Forrest Special to The SUN The following ninth-grade students made Pagosa Springs High School’s first-semester Honor Roll with a perfect 4.0 grade point average: Meghan Ellis, Andrea Esquivel,…

Busy month for Dry Gulch

By Shanti Johnson Staff Writer Director of the San Juan Water Conservancy District (SJWCD) Board Rod Proffitt announced that it was “a busy month” for the Dry Gulch Project at…

December sales tax revenue down

Staff Writer At a time when an active group of Pagosa Springs’ citizens is arguing that steadily increasing sales tax revenues are enough to support an $18 million municipal debt…

White Water

White Water

Photo courtesy Jeff Laydon The white water river feature behind Town Hall receives a little touch-up work Tuesday morning before crews move down to a spot in the San Juan…