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State Patrol cadet posthumously awarded with purple heart

State Patrol cadet posthumously awarded with purple heart

The Colorado State Patrol cadet trooper who was killed on May 23, 2015, was posthumously honored on Dec. 15 of this year with the Military Order of the Purple Heart.…

Public Meetings

The following meetings are subject to change. Thursday, Dec. 28 Pagosa Peak Open School finance committee meeting. Board members will be attending to discuss grant budget revisions. 11 a.m., 7…

Assessor Natalie Woodruff announces re-election bid

Assessor Natalie Woodruff announces re-election bid

Archuleta County Assessor Natalie Woodruff has thrown her name in the hat for a third term in office. The full version of this story is available in the print edition…

Early childhood work group looks to merge with education center

On Tuesday, Dec. 19, an update was given pertaining to the Early Care and Education Work Group (ECAEWG) during the joint meeting between the Pagosa Springs Town Council and the…

County’s unemployment rate increases to 3 percent

The unemployment rate for Archuleta County increased to 3 percent in November, with 6,766 people in the labor force and 201 of those claiming unemployment. The full version of this…

Voting for new Chamber directors closes Jan. 5

The deadline for voting for the incoming Chamber board of director nominees is Jan. 5. Chamber businesses have until this date to cast their ballot for up to three of…

Rocky Mountain Health Foundation opens grant cycle for 22 western Colorado counties

By Kim Lewis Special to The SUN The newly established Rocky Mountain Health Foundation recently announced its first grant cycle, which began Dec. 22. It is anticipated that $1 million…

Giving rural Colorado the same opportunity for financial success

There are many challenges facing hardworking families trying to maintain their way of life in rural America, but one of their greatest obstacles may be lack of access to a…

‘What can I do?’: Working together to prevent suicide

By Claire Ninde Special to The SUN As area communities continue to struggle with an ever-increasing rate of suicide, the question of “why?” is the resounding response for many of…

National Wrestling Hall of Fame announces Michael Martinez as 2018 Medal of Courage recipient

National Wrestling Hall of Fame announces Michael Martinez as 2018 Medal of Courage recipient

By Lincoln Mansch Special to The SUN The National Wrestling Hall of Fame announced on Dec. 21 that former University of Wyoming and Pagosa Springs High School (PSHS) wrestler Michael…