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High school team celebrates National Speech and Debate Education Day

High school team celebrates National Speech and Debate Education Day

By Jane Parker Special to The SUN National Speech and Debate Education Day is celebrated all across the country in the beginning of March to raise awareness of the benefits…

April 19 deadline for Rotary Youth Leadership Conference applications

By Roberta Tolan Special to The SUN The Pagosa Springs Noon Rotary Club seeks nominations for the Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA) Scholarships. The full version of this story is…

Pagosa Springs Middle School third-quarter honor roll announced

By Anjelica Gallegos Special to The SUN The following fifth-grade students made honor roll with a 3.5 to 3.99 GPA: Raven Allen, Leah Blackman, Terriana Cage, Jacob Castaneda, Kylie Chavez,…

Board grants charter school enrollment variance for 2019-20

Board grants charter school enrollment variance for 2019-20

Pagosa Peak Open School (PPOS) was granted a 10 percent enrollment variance for the 2019-20 school year by the Archuleta School District (ASD) Board of Education (BOE) at the board’s…

Trooper tips: Slow down, remove distractions

By Trooper Gary Cutler Special to The SUN I’ve talked about the crashes over the 2018 holiday season which took nine lives in seven crashes over a 72-hour period. We’ve…

Summer day camp applications being accepted

By Darren Lewis SUN Columnist Looking for something fun for your child to do this summer? The Town of Pagosa Springs Ross Aragon Community Center Parks and Recreation Department is…

Public Meetings

The following meetings are subject to change. Monday, April 15 San Juan Water Conservancy District regular meeting. 5 p.m., 46 Eaton Drive, Unit 5. Tuesday, April 16 Archuleta County Board…

School board addresses town ordinance involving liquor stores and schools

In response to the Pagosa Springs Town Council considering an ordinance that would eliminate a 500-feet distance restriction from schools for businesses that hold retail alcohol beverage licenses, excluding tavern…

Local basins post highest cumulative snowpack total in early April

As of April 10, the San Miguel, Dolores, Animas and San Juan River basins have a collective snowpack total of 152 percent of median, according to the Natural Resources Conservation…

State bill could affect deputies’ retirement plans

By John Finefrock Staff Writer Senate Bill 19-106, a bill currently working through the Colorado Legislature, would allow the Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office (ACSO) employees to vote out of the…