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Serving Alcohol More Responsibly training offered

By Mary Jo Coulehan Special to The SUN On Thursday, Feb. 27, a Serving Alcohol More Responsibly class will be held. While this is not TIPS training, this class is…

Democratic Club to hear about Build Pagosa

By John Porco Special to The SUN The Archuleta Democratic Club will hold its monthly luncheon on Tuesday, Feb. 18, at 11:30 a.m. at Pagosa Brewing Company, 118 North Pagosa…

County denies gas station liquor license

By John Finefrock Staff Writer Archuleta County has denied a malt beverage liquor license application for the Speedway gas station on North Pagosa Boulevard. The full version of this story…

Stargazers working to raise funds for StarLab for schools

Stargazers working to raise funds for StarLab for schools

By Pat Hasenbuhler Special to The SUN Teachers Anita Hinger and Debbie Moore have been working over a year to collect funds for the purchase of a StarLab. With contributions…

Local lakes see small increases since last week

By Chris Mannara Staff Writer Since last week, lake levels have seen marginal increases, according to a press release from Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District Manager Justin Ramsey. The…

Pagosa Springs Middle School announces second-quarter honor roll

By Anjelica Gallegos Special to The SUN The following fifth-grade students made the second-quarter honor roll with a 3.5 to 3.99 cumulative GPA: Damien Aragon, Kyndyn Armijo, Laykyn Baxstrom, Wyatt…

Champagne running for reelection as Sixth Judicial District attorney

Champagne running for reelection as Sixth Judicial District attorney

By Chris Mannara Staff Writer Sixth Judicial District Attorney Christian Champagne has registered for reelection as top prosecutor in La Plata, Archuleta and San Juan counties. The full version of…

Tuesday 911 outage hits area landlines

By John Finefrock Staff Writer Landline telephones with a phone prefix of 731-were unable to dial through to 911 for the majority of the day Tuesday. The full version of…

County seeks exemption to speed up courthouse construction

By John Finefrock Staff Writer County Administrator Scott Wall is working to get an exemption from the Department of Local Affairs (DoLA) and the Colorado Underfunded Courthouse Facilities Commission’s procurement…

School district, Pueblo Community College discuss potential partnership

By Chris Mannara Staff Writer The possibility and feasibility of bringing Pueblo Community College (PCC) back to Pagosa Springs was the topic of discussion following a presentation made by PCC…