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English as a Second Language for adults begins Sept. 9

By Rosalind Marshall Special to The SUN The Archuleta County Education Center offers English as a Second Language (ESL) classes for adults. If you know someone who wants to learn…

County gives $15,000 to Seeds of Learning, deals with other matters

In a decision aimed to both help lessen a budget shortfall for the nonprofit and to help the five-county area of southwestern Colorado obtain additional grant funding for early childhood…

Send your kids back to school with immunizations up to date

By Flannery O’Neil Special to The SUN To celebrate the importance of immunizations throughout life — and make sure children are protected — San Juan Basin Health recognizes August as…

Bullying: No longer just on the playground or school bus

By Stephanie Carson Special to The SUN Bullying is no longer a behavior that happens mostly on the playground or the school bus. Social media is providing online channels for…

ASD principals welcome students back to school

This year, the first day of school for all students in the Archuleta School District will be Sept. 2, which is the day after Labor Day, and all three building…

Town clarifies open burning permit requirements

Pagosa Springs Police Chief William Rockensock will ask town council at today’s noon meeting to approve the second reading of an ordinance that would clarify the town’s open burning law.…

Bubonic plague source identified in La Plata County

By Flannery O’Neil Special to The SUN San Juan Basin Health (SJBH), in coordination with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE), has confirmed a case of bubonic…

New CEO selected at La Plata Electric Association

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN The La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) Board of Directors announced yesterday that Michael Dreyspring has been selected as the new chief executive officer.…

Water committee dives deep into conservation issues

Summer has been a complete delight. In addition to lots of meetings with constituents and in Denver, I’ve had time with family and friends and finally planted a small flower…

County unemployment rate remains steady

With efforts underway to revitalize an economic development organization in Pagosa Springs, the unemployment rate for the county remained steady from June to July. There were 36 more people in…