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Medical center plans for more services in 2013

Staff Writer With 2013 coming, the Pagosa Springs Medical Center is looking to further expand without breaking ground. From clinic hours to expanded services, PSMC is looking for creative ways…

County renews medical marijuana dispensary license

Staff Writer Archuleta County will continue to have a medical marijuana dispensary following Tuesday approval of a renewal for Good Earth Meds. The full version of this story is available…

Pagosa man sentenced for theft of tools from PAWSD campus

Staff Writer A Pagosa Springs man convicted of theft this fall was sentenced to jail time and probation Tuesday morning by District Court Judge Gregory Lyman. The full version of…

Ed Center deals with diminished funding

Staff Writer Despite a request made by Archuleta County Education Center board member Dave Richardson on Nov. 21 for $25,000 to help fund the organization during the next year ($25,000…

Colorado recognized for leadership on kids health coverage

By Tara Mantley Special to The SUN The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) announced today that Colorado will receive a $43M bonus payment in recognition of its leadership…

Lady Pirates 2-1 at Buena Vista tournament

Staff Writer The Pagosa Springs High School Lady Pirates walked away with two more wins over the weekend, also suffering one loss. The Pirates, now 4-1, made their way to…

Pagosa outfitter sentenced for providing services without a permit

Staff Writer A statement released by the U.S. Forest Service this week indicates that Archuleta County resident Arthur Hank Anstine was sentenced on Dec. 11 in Federal District Court in…

Conservancy district to apply for Dry Gulch special use permit

Staff Writer During the Dec. 10 San Juan Water Conservancy District board of directors meeting, board president Rod Proffitt announced that the district had received a one-year extension of a…

Tomorrow is deadline for youth basketball

Registration for this year’s 9- and 10-year-old and 11- and 12-year-old youth basketball leagues ends tomorrow at 5 p.m. Children who will be 9, 10, 11 or 12 years old…

Colorado PUC adopts telecom rule changes

By Terry Bote Special to The SUN The Colorado Public Utilities Commission (PUC) Tuesday issued its written order adopting telecommunications rule changes that will both protect Colorado consumers and allow…