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Gonzalez joins sheriffs in gun legislation lawsuit

Staff Writer Archuleta County Sheriff Pete Gonzalez is one of 54 Colorado county sheriffs making waves following the May 17 filing of a lawsuit in U.S. District Court challenging recently…

Countdown to Ride the Rockies

SUN Columnist Only three weeks remain before 2,500 cyclists and their support teams arrive in Pagosa Springs as part of the 2013 Ride the Rockies bicycle tour. After a three-year…

Our Savior Lutheran School to add combined classroom

By Anette McInnis Special to The SUN Our Savior Lutheran Church and School is preparing for a change — a combined kindergarten/first grade classroom. Applications are now being accepted for…

Legal Lines: Use of medical marijuana while on probation

Question: I am on probation and I have a medical marijuana card for my ailments. However, my probation officer insists I cannot use marijuana because it’s in violation of federal…

The Buck Stops Here-Biz Beat

The Buck Stops Here-Biz Beat

Kevin, Jen and Bernie Schuchart, from left, and Chris Schuchart, own The Buck Stops Here Market and Eatery, located at 19 Navajo Trail Drive — at the corner of Navajo…

EAGLE-Net back to work — but not in Archuleta County

Staff Writer The federal suspension levied last December on a statewide broadband project through EAGLE-Net Alliance (ENA) has been lifted, but it appears Archuleta County might not receive service in…

Grant will aid local veterans in need

By Charles Benway Special to The SUN Pagosa’s local veterans group, Veterans4Veterans of Archuleta County, in collaboration with Charles Parnell from the Durango Disabled American Veterans, has obtained money to…

McLachlan recall fails

Staff Writer The recall effort against Rep. Mike McLachlan (D-Durango) failed Tuesday when organizers failed to turn signatures in to the Colorado Secretary of State’s office. The recall petition, due…

Tax revenues continue to rise in first quarter

Staff Writer Town manager David Mitchem presented an ordinance to town council earlier this month that was designed to change the incentives Pagosa Springs gives to businesses for economic development,…

Memorial Day events planned

SUN Staff Memorial Day events are scheduled in Pagosa Springs and the surrounding area on Monday, May 27. Mullins-Nickerson American Legion Post 108 will conduct a memorial service at the…