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Excel, Word, First Aid and Jewelry-Making classes at the Ed Center

By Rosalind Marshall Special to The SUN The spring session of college classes from Southwest Colorado Community College at the Education Center started on Jan. 14, and through our partnership…

County building department reports increase in permit numbers

Staff Writer Reports delivered to the Board of County Commissioners during a meeting last week touched on a variety of topics, from building and planning to roadwork to elections. The…

Newest alternative high school program uses out-of-book experiences

By Gary Franchi Special to The SUN Students in the relatively new Alternative High School Diploma Program in Pagosa Springs might tour a museum or library, learn about the value…

Help eliminate poverty in Pagosa Springs

By Rev. Donald A. Ford Special to The SUN Circles is a national campaign designed to help families out of poverty by surrounding those in need with allies that build…

January is National Mentoring Month

By Maggie Ives Special to The SUN Big Brothers Big Sisters is one of the premier mentoring organizations for children in America. We strive to help children facing adversity by…

Rotary Club will award $20,000 in scholarships

By Bob Eggleston Special to The SUN The Pagosa Springs Rotary Club is pleased to announce that $20,000 in college scholarships and vo-tech scholarships will be awarded in 2013. The…

High school to host financial aid program

By Mark Thompson Special to The SUN On Wednesday, Jan. 30, from 7-9 p.m., the counseling department at Pagosa Springs High School will present a financial aid program for all…

Yoder appointed as new jail captain

Staff Writer As of Monday, Jan. 28, the Archuleta County Detention Center will have a new captain, with a familiar face. The full version of this story is available in…

Concerns expressed about upcoming oil and gas lease sale

Staff Writer It was a time to talk about processes, relationships and moving forward — served up with asides about land lease sales, coal seam fires and environmental assessments —…

A swearing-in, and down to business

By Rep. Mike McLachlan SUN Columnist The official start of the 69th session of the Colorado Assembly started with our swearing-in by Chief Justice Michael Bender on Jan. 9. My…