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Interior department releases final rule to support safe, responsible hydraulic fracturing activities on public and tribal lands

By Jessica Kershaw Special to The SUN Following a robust and transparent public process that included more than 1.5 million public comments, Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell released final…

Kindergarten registration and screenings set for April 20-24

By Karyn Smith Special to The SUN Kindergarten registration and screenings for the 2015-2016 school year are scheduled for the week of April 20-24 at Pagosa Springs Elementary School. Upcoming…

Online registration now available for rec programs

By Tom Carosello SUN Columnist The Town of Pagosa Springs Recreation Department will now offer online registration for most youth recreation programs, including tee ball, baseball, soccer, basketball and volleyball.…

Public support sought for skate park

The Pagosa Springs Parks and Recreation Commission hosted a public input meeting last week to assess the need to expand the Yamaguchi Skate Park, and by 6 p.m. the south…

SJWCD reschedules meeting for April 6

The regular meeting of the board of directors of the San Juan Water Conservancy District (SJWCD) scheduled for Monday, April 13, has been canceled and rescheduled for Monday, April 6,…

Feedback requested on health insurance exchange

I acquired a new assignment this year, which is to chair the legislative oversight committee for Colorado’s new health insurance exchange, known as Connect for Health Colorado. While I’d been…

Archuleta School District selected to participate in pilot process for establishing new graduation requirements

By Lisa Duty Special to The SUN The Learning Accelerator, a nonprofit supporting the implementation of high-quality blended learning in school districts and states across the U.S., has announced a…

Snowpack down from last month

Area residents and ranchers are watching the clouds and keeping their fingers crossed that the area will have more moisture soon. High-country snowpack is important due to the fact it…

Bennet encourages holding Congress accountable for a shutdown

In October of 2013, Congress shut down the federal government for 16 days, putting the U.S. economy at risk and leaving 800,000 people out of work nationwide — 40,000 in…

Regional water experts to speak at 33rd annual water seminar in Durango tomorrow

By Laura Spann Special to The SUN A line-up of notable water experts will speak at the Southwestern Water Conservation District’s annual water seminar at the Doubletree Hotel, 501 Camino…