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Nothing is constant but change

SUN Columnist I would like to let the community know that I will be resigning my position as the director of the Chamber of Commerce after a rewarding and educational…

Town considers funds for geothermal research

Staff Writer The Town of Pagosa Springs council met in executive session with town attorney Bob Cole last Thursday, Dec. 19, with the topic of conversation centering on matters involving…

Mill levies, revenues certified for 2014

Staff Writer In end-of-year tradition, and to meet statutory deadline, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners certified mill levies and revenues for 21 governmental entities at its Dec. 17…

BoCC selects new administrator

Staff Writer After three months of having Larry Augsbury, finance director, and Todd Starr, county attorney, serving as co-interim county administrators, the county is expected to fill the vacancy on…

Pagosa blood drive scheduled for Jan. 9

The first United Blood Services mobile blood drive of the new year in Pagosa Springs is set for Thursday, Jan 9. The drive will take place 2-6:30 p.m. at CrossRoad…

Southwest Center for Independence provides Brain Injury Support Group

By Ellinda McKinney Special to The SUN The Southwest Center for Independence holds Brain Injury Support Group meetings on the first Friday of the month at 10:30 a.m. at the…

Reindog Parade Saturday

Reindog Parade Saturday

Photo courtesy Joanne Irons The first-ever Reindog Parade is this Saturday, Dec. 21.  Registration begins at noon at the Pagosa Springs Youth Center (located behind the Humane Society Thrift Store…

Biz Beat-All About You Day Spa and Oxygen Bar

Biz Beat-All About You Day Spa and Oxygen Bar

All About You Day Spa and Oxygen Bar has been under new ownership since the summer of 2013 and has already garnered the No. 1 ranking of the best Spa…

Youth basketball deadline extended

SUN Columnist Registration for this year’s 9- and 10-year-old and 11- and 12-year-old youth basketball leagues has been extended through tomorrow. Children who will be 9, 10, 11 or 12…

Will the Affordable Care Act affect fire, emergency volunteer programs?

Staff Writer Enforcement of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), signed into law by President Barack Obama March 23, 2014, could adversely affect volunteer services at the fire department and in…