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Archuleta County Education Center sponsors Summer School Program

Archuleta County  Education Center sponsors Summer School Program

By Lynn Rose Special to The SUN The Archuleta County Education Center (ACEC) is sponsoring the Summer School Program again this year. Based on data from the After School Tutoring…

San Juan Basin Health receives funding to continue services

By Michelle Wilson Special to The SUN The San Juan Basin Health Department’s (SJBHD) Prevention and Population Health Division is striving to provide prevention and wellness services for Archuleta and…

Town hires new parks and rec director

Town hires new parks and rec director

The Pagosa Springs Parks and Recreation Department is now under new leadership following the recent announcement that Darren Lewis has been hired to fill the position vacated by Tom Carosello.…

Examining Dodd-Frank’s first five years

Rep. Tipton’s Report Last week marked five years since President Barack Obama signed the Dodd-Frank Act into law, making this an opportune time to look back at the impact this…

Goal Academy to hold series of open houses

By Marie Fichtelman Special to The SUN GOAL Academy welcomes interested students and families to visit and learn more about its public high school. GOAL Academy is a Colorado Department…

Board of adjustments passes resolution, prepares for Walmart appeal

Although Walmart representatives still had not filed a notice of appeal with the Pagosa Springs town clerk as of press time Wednesday concerning the issue with its parking lot lights,…

School starts soon — is your child fully vaccinated?

By Mark Salley Special to The SUN Before the new school year begins, make sure your children have the protection they need. Colorado students are required to have a number…

Pagosa Springs philanthropists invest $5 million in Colorado School of Mines’ policy institute

Pagosa Springs philanthropists invest $5 million in Colorado School of Mines’ policy institute

By Karen Gilbert Special to The SUN Colorado School of Mines’ premier policy institute for earth resources has a new name: the Payne Institute for Earth Resources. Thanks to a…

Items related to drowning recovered, investigation continues

Multiple items belonging to Grant Mildenberger, the 33-year-old who drowned in Lake Pagosa earlier this month, have been recovered, but the investigation into what happened continues. A boater discovered Mildenberger’s…

USJHSD eager to break ground on new clinic

By Casey Crow Staff Writer The Upper San Juan Health Service District (USJHSD) held a special work session on Friday, July 24, to discuss the progress of the hospital’s primary…