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ACVAP seeks senior for clerical assistant position

By Judy Campbell Special to The SUN The Archuleta County Victims Assistance Program is currently seeking one senior citizen to work for the organization and train as a clerical assistant…

Durango workshop to consider business opportunities abroad

The office of Colorado U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet and a handful of area business groups and organizations will host a workshop  titled “Beyond Colorado: How to Bring Your Products and…

Prescribed burning planned on Pagosa Ranger District

By Brandy Richardson Special to The SUN Fire managers on the Pagosa Ranger District are planning to conduct up to three prescribed burns on National Forest lands this fall. The…

Local unemployment down slightly in July

Staff Writer Last month’s unemployment rate for Archuleta County was 7.1 percent, a slight drop from June’s 7.8 percent, but down significantly compared to 8.9 percent (revised) for July of…

Get ready for ColorFest activities

SUN Columnist A reminder to Chamber member restaurants and all non-profit agencies: Turn in the appropriate paperwork for ColorFest or County Lodging Tax special event funding. The Chamber is planning…

September blood drives scheduled for Pagosa Country

Two blood drives are scheduled in Pagosa Springs in September, both at CrossRoad Christian Fellowship, 1044 Park Ave. A drive on Thursday, Sept. 5, will take place 3-6:30 p.m. A…

After-school programs to begin at elementary school

By Julie Loar Special to The SUN After-school tutoring and enrichment programs, offered by Archuleta County Education Center, will begin on Sept. 9 at the Pagosa Springs Elementary School. Please…

School district joins LiveWell@School Food Initiative

Archuleta School District Archuleta School District 50 Jt. is among a select group of school districts in Colorado making the transition to more freshly-prepared school lunches that taste good and…

Accidents galore, with Labor Day yet to come

Staff Writer Labor Day traffic is just now hitting the roads, but five accidents took place in the Town of Pagosa Springs over a four-day period beginning last weekend, with…

Medical center plans orthopedic surgery service

Staff Writer At its regular meeting Tuesday evening, the Upper San Juan Health Service District (USJHSD) Board of Directors approved a business plan to bring two part-time orthopedic surgeons to…