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School district to net $344,000 in Secure Rural Schools funds

  rchuleta County, and therefore Archuleta School District 50 Jt., will likely see about $344,000 filter down from the federal government in the coming months as part of the Secure…

Honoring our service members on Memorial Day

By Marian Lark Special to The SUN On Memorial Day, we honor men and women who died while courageously serving in the U.S. military. We also recognize active duty service…

Head Start celebrates 50 years

Head Start celebrates 50 years

By Kristi Talamante Special to The SUN On Monday, May 18, the Mardel Gallegos Center Head Start celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Head Start program that was launched in…

Arizona man rescued after hours atop Wolf Creek Pass

An unidentified Arizona man was rescued after spending several hours in the snow atop Wolf Creek Pass Saturday night and Sunday morning. The 65-year-old man had apparently gone out looking…

‘Drive High, Get a DUI’ campaign underway

By Rob Madden Special to The SUN In 2014, the Colorado State Patrol saw a new era of impaired driving enter into our state. In an attempt to document the…

Huck Finn Fishing Derby set for May 29

By Tom Carosello SUN Columnist This year’s Huck Finn Fishing Derby is set for Friday, May 29, from 1:30 to 5 p.m. at the River Center ponds. Youth ages 5-11…

Local charities invited to apply for grants

By Cristie Drumm Special to The SUN More than 200 qualified, community-based nonprofit organizations in Colorado will receive funding from Wells Fargo through the 21st annual Wells Fargo Community Assistance…

Rotary Club announces scholarship recipients

By John Richardson Special to The SUN The Pagosa Springs Rotary Club is proud to announce the names of students receiving the 2015 Rotary scholarships totaling $20,000. They are as…

Town Tourism Committee changes name, allocates funding

The Pagosa Springs Area Tourism Board, which until recently was known as the Town Tourism Committee or TTC (when it began receiving lodgers’ tax money from Archuleta County, it decided…

Prescription drug prices climb into the stratosphere

By Trudy Lieberman Special to The SUN There’s no getting around it. Americans are using more medications and spending more for them. The latest evidence just came from Express Scripts,…