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In-home service grant vouchers available

By Kay Kaylor Special to The SUN Do you know someone or are you a person who is living alone and aging who could use some extra help with shopping…

Public Meetings

The following meetings are subject to change. Tuesday, Jan. 19 Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office Coffee with a Cop. 11 a.m., TARA Community Center, 333 Milton Lane, Arboles. Opportunity to ask…

Make a difference: Search and Rescue calls for volunteers

Make a difference: Search and Rescue calls for volunteers

The Upper San Juan Search and Rescue (USJSAR) is currently looking for additional volunteers. USJSAR is a volunteer organization that operates throughout all four seasons training and organizing volunteers in…

Attorneys answer questions at Legal Resources Fair

By Lindsay Patterson Special to The SUN Have legal questions? The 6th Judicial District Access to Justice Committee in conjunction with the Southwest Colorado BAR Association and the Southwest Bar…

Wolf Creek sees strong start to ski season

Wolf Creek Ski Area is currently living up to its favorite tagline, boasting “the most snow in Colorado.” With 269 inches year-to-date, a summit base of 105 inches and midway…

Youth volleyball, open gym and ice skating

By Darren Lewis SUN Columnist Youth volleyball registration starts Friday, Jan. 15. Registration will be accepted through Monday, Feb. 29. The 9-10 division will be an instructional league held Monday…

Rankin questions switch to SAT testing

By Joyce Rankin Special to The SUN On Dec. 23, Colorado high school juniors, along with the State Board of Education, learned that the test juniors regularly take in the…

LEAP helps Coloradans stay safe this winter with home heating tips

By Michele Worthington Special to The SUN Home heating is a saving grace this time of year. But, for as much comfort as it provides us, it also exposes us…

BoCC discusses options for new judicial center

BoCC discusses options for new judicial center

The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) held public work sessions to discuss the possibilitity of a new judicial center the afternoons of Jan. 11 and Jan. 12. It’s…

Reservoir Hill to close for forest thinning

Beginning next week, those in and around the Reservoir Hill area will hear the sound of hot saws cutting and the chipper chipping as a long-awaited forest thinning project commences.…