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Snow projected to continue through tonight, schools closed today

Snow projected to continue through tonight, schools closed today

Pagosa Country’s current snowstorm, with 3 to 5 inches expected today (Friday), is projected to continue through tonight, with some closures reported. All Archuleta School District schools will be closed…

Storm updates

All Archuleta School District schools will be closed today due to current weather and unsafe road conditions. School activities are cancelled today. Seeds of Learning is closed. Archuleta County offices…

Paddling their way to independence

Paddling their way to independence

Staff Writer It started with an idea. To one unfamiliar with the particulars, it might have seemed like a small idea. Something possibly quaint, cute. Something that someone might have…

Colorado cities and towns faring better than others

A National League of Cities survey shows the nation’s cities will end 2012 with a 3.9 percent decrease in municipal revenue when compared with 2011. The news is much better…

Fulbright Scholarships available for Pagosa Springs area students to study at Globe Theater

The American Institute For Foreign Study (AIFS), a leading study abroad organization, is pleased to announce that its Shakespeare’s Globe Education Theater Program has been selected by the Fulbright Commission…

Elks Hoop Shoot set for Saturday

SUN Columnist The 2013 Elks Club Hoop Shoot for participants from Pagosa Springs, Durango, Bayfield and Ignacio will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday in the Escalante Middle School gym…

Community Development Action Plans updated

By Laura Lewis Special to The SUN The Region 9 Economic Development District of Southwest Colorado (Region 9) has updated the Community Development Action Plans (CDAPs) for each of the…

The penguins are coming to town

SUN Columnist As temperatures plummet in the evenings to below zero, Mother Nature is setting the stage for the fourth annual Penguin Plunge. Brave souls will wade into the frigid…

PAWSD continues to deal with water loss

Staff Writer The Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District board of directors continued to discuss how to deal with the district’s unaccounted-for water loss during Tuesday afternoon’s regular meeting. The…

Citizen’s Bank — one of Pagosa’s oldest businesses

Citizen’s Bank — one of Pagosa’s oldest businesses

In May of 1908, the Pagosa Springs town board discussed what actions should be taken as a result of the loss of money deposited at First Bank of Pagosa Springs.…