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Sixth Judicial District offers aid to self-represented litigants

By Jon Sarche Special to The SUN The Sixth Judicial District announced it has opened a new center in Durango to offer help to people representing themselves in non-criminal court…

Commissioners fail to heed ‘chill’ policy

Staff Writer The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners and county staff admitted to shortfalls in meeting the county’s hiring “chill” policy during a discussion at Tuesday’s regular meeting of…

Biz Beat — Exquisite Bodywork

Biz Beat — Exquisite Bodywork

Christa Laos, L.M.T. owns and operates Exquisite Bodywork. A grand opening and ribbon cutting will be held Feb. 11 from 5 to 7 p.m. at Exquisite Bodywork’s beautiful new office space…

County devises Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan

Staff Writer For the first time, Archuleta County has a Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan in place. The Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan not only provides a plan in cases of emergencies such as…

Dancing with stress, managing the overload

SUN Columnist Definition of insanity: doing the same thing over and over and getting the same results. Ever feel that way, work that way, live that way? Many of us…

Can Region 9 handle local economic development?

Staff Writer A new idea for economic development for the region is in the works, through the Region 9 Economic Development District. The full version of this story is available…

Ideas sought for summer youth programs

SUN Columnist The Town of Pagosa Springs Recreation Department is in the process of evaluating the feasibility of new summer programming, clinics and workshops for local youths. Through an ongoing…

Ed Center administers GED tests, offers classes

By Rozalind Marshall Special to The SUN Archuleta County Education Center’s first FY13 GED tests were administered on Wednesday, Jan. 30. Four students took a total of seven tests, and…

Bills: some controversial, some not

After a quick trip home for the weekend, I’m preparing for a busy week ahead with four of my bills to be heard in committee. My two water bills passed…

A meaningful, challenging first month

The completion of the first month of the 69th session of the House of Representatives has been rewarding, meaningful and, at times, challenging. We have discussed and passed many bills…