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Co-Ed volleyball starting Wednesday

Starting on Wednesday, from 1 to 3:30 p.m., adult co-ed volleyball will be offered at the Ross Aragon Community Center. Friendly non-competitive games are open to all skill levels. For…

One in custody, search continues following pursuit

Staff Writer At about 12:30 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 3, one male suspect was apprehended following a search that began Thursday evening in western Archuleta County. The suspect was found…

Suspects remain at large following Thursday pursuit

Staff Writer One or more suspects remain at large following a vehicular pursuit in western Archuleta County Thursday evening. According to Capt. Adrian Driscoll of the Colorado State Patrol, troopers initiated…

United Way Ski and Save Day will be January 15

By Lisa Jensen Special to The SUN Hit the slopes at Wolf Creek and support a good cause at the same time!  You know that a day on the slopes is…

School based health center in planning stage, to be affected by the Affordable Care Act

Staff Writer After receiving a $20,000 grant from the Colorado Health Foundation to begin planning to build a School Based Health Center on the Pagosa Springs Middle School Campus, Archuleta…

Students make presentation on fire risk to county

Students make presentation on fire risk to county

Staff Writer A group of six Pagosa Springs High School students made a presentation concerning fire risk to the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners and community members Thursday that…

Monday is gymnastics registration deadline

SUN columnist Monday is the deadline to register for the next session of youth gymnastics. Through an ongoing partnership with Pagosa Springs Middle School and local instructor Jennifer Martin, the…

Historic Bible found at thrift shop, returned to family

Staff Writer A unique family Bible was found by former librarian Barb Draper at the Methodist Thrift Shop earlier this year and returned to the family by history and genealogy…

Goals & Accomplishments Archuleta County Commissioners

SUN staff asked representatives of six publicly funded agencies in Archuleta County to individually answer a trio of questions relating to the goals and accomplishments of themselves and their agencies…

Free workshop for businesses interested in supporting firefighting efforts

The U.S. Forest Service and Colorado Procurement Technical Assistance Center will offer a local procurement fair for area small businesses interested in providing equipment, supplies and/or food services to support…