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Bill would reform process for changing state constitution

With less than a month to go before the end of the legislative session, the piles of bills and the amount of committee work still to be done are daunting.…

Sexual Assault Awareness Month: What is consent?

By Cheryl Bowdridge Special to The SUN April is National Sexual Assault Awareness Month. This month, make the commitment to be part of the solution and help end sexual assault…

Today’s job fair offers wide variety of opportunities

By Angela Wirth SUN Columnist The Pagosa Springs Area Job Fair is being held today, April 16, at the Ross Aragon Community Center from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. If…

RAMP funding accelerates bridge maintenance projects

Special to The SUN The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is beginning a project in Region 5, spanning Archuleta, Dolores and La Plata counties, to conduct bridge deck repairs on…

Securities commissioner releases statement on Colorado Crowdfunding Act

By Jillian Sarmo Special to The SUN Colorado Division of Securities Commissioner Gerald Rome has issued the following statement to prospective issuers or investors regarding the new Colorado Crowdfunding Act,…

New Scenic and Historic Byway goes before Transportation Commission

By Lenore Bates Special to The SUN Colorado’s Byways Commission is asking the state Transportation Commission to approve and designate a new Scenic and Historic Byway through southwestern Colorado and…

Former Pagosa resident fatally shot near Ignacio

By Dan Bender Special to The SUN The La Plata County Sheriff’s Office (LPCSO) identified the victim and the suspect in fatal shootings that took place near Ignacio Tuesday morning.…

Budget process in need of change

Last week was “budget week” for the Colorado House of Representatives. The 2015-2016 $26 billion budget, or “long bill,” $9 billion of which is in the discretionary General Fund, was…

DA slapped with small-claims lawsuit

By Chase Olivarius-Mcallister Durango Herald staff writer A lawsuit filed in small claims court by a Pagosa Springs man against 6th Judicial District Attorney Todd Risberg illustrates how easily someone…

Baseball registration begins Monday

By Tom Carosello SUN Columnist Registration for this year’s youth baseball leagues begins Monday and will run through Wednesday, May 6. The recreation office will accept registrations for coach-pitch division…