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GOAL Academy announces Pagosa Springs graduates

By Kimberley Bradshaw Special to The SUN On June 6, the Colorado State Fair Events Center in Pueblo was the venue for GOAL Academy and Rocky Mountain Digital Academy Class…

Manager updates council on town goals

Last year, after the Pagosa Springs Town Council conducted a series of retreats and work sessions to outline its goals and objectives, Town Manager Greg Schulte created a “to do”…

Volunteer coaches make programs possible

By Darren Lewis SUN Columnist I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the volunteer baseball coaches, tee ball (5-6), coach pitch (6-8), youth (9-10) and youth…

Collaboration is common sense in Colorado

Last month, Sen. Cory Gardner and I teamed up for our first inaugural Colorado Wheat Tour on Colorado’s Eastern Plains — a place Gardner calls home. The tour was sponsored…

Raccoon damages arrester, knocks out power to 4,110 customers

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN At 3:15 a.m. Tuesday, July 7, a raccoon climbed onto a transformer in the La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) Piedra Substation in Archuleta…

Fire district seeking new assistant chief

The Pagosa Fire Protection District (PFPD) is in the process of hiring a new assistant chief following the resignation of Brian Leewitt recently. Leewitt’s last day was July 3, and…

Colorado Women’s Small Business Conference set for July 29

By Angela Wirth Special to The SUN The Pagosa Springs Chamber’s next New Resident Orientation will be held on Thursday, July 16, at 1 p.m. For new residents looking for…

Making health insurance make sense

By Mike Fierberg Special to The SUN Q: I have health care coverage now through the new Health Insurance Marketplace, but I’m not sure I understand how it works, as…

Seasonal retailers face many hurdles

By Stanley Nakano Special to The SUN Small seasonal retailers can earn 50 percent or more of total annual sales between the months of May and September. The business choices…

Grant assists minors in immigration court

By Courtney Gibb Special to The SUN Question: How has the legal community helped unaccompanied immigrant children in Colorado? Answer: Hundreds of unaccompanied children, often under the age of 10,…