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Eighth Grade East Coast Trip

Eighth Grade East Coast Trip

Eighth-graders from Pagosa Springs Middle School explore sites during their trip to the East Coast last week. Some of students’ stops along the route included New York City; Washington, D.C.;…

Town council discusses affordable housing sites

Town council discusses affordable housing sites

At its June 5 meeting, the Pagosa Springs Town Council voted to consider two parcels of town-owned property for the future development of affordable housing or workforce development housing units.…

Habitat for Humanity introduces executive director

Habitat for Humanity introduces executive director

By Terry Pickett Special to The SUN Habitat for Humanity is pleased to introduce its executive director, Valerie Hargis, to the Archuleta County community. The full version of this story…

Options available to maintain independence for aging, disabled

By Laura Chapman Special to The SUN Harry is an 85-year-old senior living alone in his home with neighbors checking in on him now and then. His children and grandchildren…

Pagosa Peak Open School awarded $135,000 grant

By James Lewicki Special to The SUN Pagosa Peak Open School (PPOS) has been awarded a $135,000 grant from the Colorado-based James Walton Fund to implement food security initiatives for…

Support available for wildfire distress

By Karla Sluis Special to The SUN The 416 and Burro wildfires can bring up many challenging emotions. Axis Health System (AHS), a local health care nonprofit, is offering a…

PLPOA terminates look into golf course purchase

The Pagosa Lake Property Owners Association (PLPOA) is no longer looking into the potential purchase of Pagosa Springs Golf Club. The full version of this story is available in the…

Pagosa Peak Open School

Pagosa Peak Open School

Five environmentally conscious students at Pagosa Peak Open School (PPOS) presented their research and findings of their litter study to Town Manager Andrea Phillips, Town Parks and Recreation Director Darren…

Superintendent provides updates on BEST grant, school safety, task force recommendation

As a part of the monthly Archuleta School District (ASD) Board of Education (BOE) meeting, ASD Superintendent Linda Reed presented her superintendent’s report to the board. The full version of…

Parking regulations in place for Fourth of July parade

By William R. Rockensock Special to The SUN Flatbed trailers/viewing stands will be prohibited from parking along the Fourth of July parade route on U.S. 160 until after midnight on…