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Pirate meet and greet, community pep rally to be held for State Champs

The Pagosa Springs Pirates boy’s basketball team defeated Kent Denver 53-49 to win the 2013 3A State Championship on Saturday evening. Earlier in the day, the Pirates girl’s team won…

Pagosa Springs Pirates boy’s basketball team wins state championship

The Pagosa Springs Pirates boy’s basketball team defeated Kent Denver 53-49 to win the 2013 3A State Championship on Saturday evening. Earlier in the day, the Pirates girl’s team won…

PERA retirees invited to Monday lunch in Durango

By Cyndi Ortman Special to The SUN La Plata School and Public Employees Retirement Association (LPSPERA) invites current and retired state employees living in the region to a Brown Bag…

Southwest Colorado Workforce board to meet in Durango

By Chloe Wiebe Special to The SUN The Southwest Colorado Workforce board will meet on March 20 from 10:30 a.m. to noon in the Florida Room at the La Plata…

County releases mag chloride application list

Staff Writer Weather permitting, Archuleta County Road and Bridge crews will begin applying magnesium chloride to certain county roads on April 29. The application process is set to begin in…

Pagosa students advance to state Skills USA competition

By Becky Guilliams Special to The SUN On Friday, March 1, members of the Pagosa Springs High School Chapter of Skills USA competed in the District 8 contest. This competition…

Scholarship available to high school graduates

The Lawrence J. Shock Memorial Scholarship is available to all 2013 graduating seniors in Archuleta County. Applications are due by April 15 and can be picked up at Pagosa Springs…

Take time to clean up Pagosa Springs before summer events

SUN Columnist How do we manage stress these days? Dig ourselves deeper into more commitments? Yell at family and friends? Take a long hike or a cross country ski or…

Pets and thin ice — a dangerous combination

By Kelly Robertson Special to The SUN As the days get warmer, the ice on our local lakes is beginning to thaw, creating hazardous conditions for both humans and animals…

Durango attorney selected as new District Court judge

Staff Writer The Sixth Judicial District’s newest judge is William Herringer, previously a defense attorney in Durango. Herringer, 47, will replace David L. Dickinson, who retired effective Feb. 28. Dickinson…