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Dancing with stress, managing the overload

SUN Columnist Definition of insanity: doing the same thing over and over and getting the same results. Ever feel that way, work that way, live that way? Many of us…

Can Region 9 handle local economic development?

Staff Writer A new idea for economic development for the region is in the works, through the Region 9 Economic Development District. The full version of this story is available…

Ideas sought for summer youth programs

SUN Columnist The Town of Pagosa Springs Recreation Department is in the process of evaluating the feasibility of new summer programming, clinics and workshops for local youths. Through an ongoing…

Ed Center administers GED tests, offers classes

By Rozalind Marshall Special to The SUN Archuleta County Education Center’s first FY13 GED tests were administered on Wednesday, Jan. 30. Four students took a total of seven tests, and…

Bills: some controversial, some not

After a quick trip home for the weekend, I’m preparing for a busy week ahead with four of my bills to be heard in committee. My two water bills passed…

A meaningful, challenging first month

The completion of the first month of the 69th session of the House of Representatives has been rewarding, meaningful and, at times, challenging. We have discussed and passed many bills…

Restaurateur gives town a second chance

Staff Writer Foodies in Pagosa Country will be happy to hear that restaurateur David Stuard has not given up on the town despite a recent failed attempt to bring new…

School ‘threat’ deemed not credible

Staff Writer A potential threat at the Pagosa Springs Middle School reported early Wednesday morning was investigated by law enforcement and deemed to not be credible. The full version of…

A small plant delays a big project

Staff Writer A Monday update about the December suspension of EAGLE-Net Alliance’s (ENA) project to connect public institutions across the state with broadband revealed that part of the reason for…

Town to annex part of Alpha Dr.

Staff Writer The audience gallery of the town council chambers at Pagosa Springs Town Hall was nearly full Tuesday as citizens gathered to witness a number of important decisions and…