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Pagosa Springs Rotary salutes two recent graduates

Pagosa Springs Rotary salutes two recent graduates

By Betty Switzer Special to The SUN Recent Pagosa Springs High School graduates Adeline Thompson and Averie Lynch are being recognized by Pagosa Springs Rotary for their exceptional personal, community…

Hermosa Street Riverwalk extension to be topic of meeting

Special to The SUN The Town of Pagosa Springs will be hosting a community meeting to discuss the Hermosa Street Riverwalk extension on July 13 at 5:30 p.m. in the…

Pagosa Springs teacher to serve on Commissioner’s Teacher Cabinet

Pagosa Springs teacher to serve on Commissioner’s Teacher Cabinet

Special to The SUN The Colorado Department of Education announced this week the members of the first-ever Commissioner’s Teacher Cabinet. The full version of this story is available in the…

An important week for western water users

The beneficial use of water in Colorado has a long history. It can be traced back to the mid-1800s, when people started settling the land that would become Colorado and…

ACSO searches for individual who shot, killed alpaca

The Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office (ACSO) is looking for an individual who shot and killed an alpaca, possibly from U.S. 84, on the morning of Sunday, June 25. The full…

PSPD searching for hit-and-run driver

The Pagosa Springs Police Department (PSPD) is asking for the public’s help in locating a vehicle that was involved in a three-vehicle accident before fleeing the scene. The full version…

Carriers file to offer health insurance plans in every Colorado county in 2018

By Rebecca Laurie Special to The SUN Twelve health insurance carriers submitted their 2018 Affordable Care Act (ACA) plans and premiums for the individual and small group markets to the…

Pirate cheerleaders to host Youth Cheer Summer Camp

By Tina Remlinger Special to The SUN The Pagosa Springs High School Pirate cheerleaders will be hosting a Youth Cheer Summer Camp from 9 to 11:30 a.m. July 17 through…

Bear activity up, caution urged

Bear activity in the area is on the rise, and wildlife officials are urging residents and visitors to be aware and protect against attracting our wild neighbors. The full version…

Fire restrictions in place for portion of county, tribal lands Forest Service, CDOT urge caution

In what has become a tradition most years at this time, fire restrictions are now in effect for private lands in portions of unincorporated Archuleta County. The full version of…