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Majority of Colorado fourth-graders don’t read at grade level

By Stephanie Carroll Carson Special to The SUN More than half of the children in Colorado aren’t reading at grade level by the time they’re starting fourth grade, which a…

Dan Keuning announces run for coroner

Dan Keuning announces run for coroner

Staff Writer Dan Keuning is officially in the race for Archuleta County coroner, recently announcing his candidacy. Keuning, a local medical professional with 23 years of experience as a registered…

Rocky Mountain Guardian Angels to present at next school board meeting

Staff Writer The Archuleta School District Board of Education will hear from Rob Ring, Superintendent of the Weld County RE-9 school district, and some of the founders of Rocky Mountain…

Ray Lattin seeking commissioner position

Ray Lattin seeking commissioner position

Staff Writer Area resident Ray Lattin has announced his intent to run for the office of Archuleta County Commissioner, District 3. Lattin has been a rancher in the area for…

CDC uses nonprofit status to help private business

By Muriel Eason Special to The SUN In an effort to help rural movie theaters stay in business, Colorado announced in September 2013 the Rural Theater Digital Conversion Grant. The…

Presidents Day Weekend heralds WinterFest activities

SUN Columnist With snow on the ground and the mountains looking like it really is winter, organizations are gearing up for WinterFest activities to be held Feb. 14-16. The festivities…

English as a second language

English as a second language

Photo courtesy Rosalind Marshall English as a Second Language students at the Archuleta County Education Center ESL class compile a vocabulary list on the board. Students are, left to right,…

New hospital records system to go live Monday, Feb. 17

Staff Writer The new Electronic Health Records (EHR) system on the Pagosa Springs Medical Center campus will go live at 12:01 a.m. Monday, Feb. 17. At its regular meeting on…

Senate passes bill allowing counties to elect commissioners by district vote

I am working my bills through committees and the Senate floor now. The final Senate vote on the bill allowing smaller population counties to choose to elect its commissioners by…

How much should we pay for medicines?

By Trudy Lieberman Rural Health News Service At the tail end of last year, the Food and Drug Administration approved a drug that may cure some three million Americans who…