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Hunter education Internet conclusion course offered

By Don Volger Special to The SUN The conclusion class for hunter education will be Saturday, May 2, from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Ross Aragon Community Center…

Housing prices in the southwest region show year-to-date increase

By Saul Rosenthal Special to The SUN Home values in the southwest region (Alamosa, Archuleta, Conejos, Costilla, Dolores, Hinsdale, La Plata, Mineral, Montezuma, Saguache and San Juan counties) of Colorado…

Brown speaks out on firearms vote

Because of a procedural vote last week on the floor of the Colorado House, I have been accused of not supporting our gun rights and the Second Amendment. That is…

Fuels reduction project flagged in Turkey Springs area

By Ann Bond Special to The SUN The San Juan National Forest Pagosa Ranger District has flagged the boundaries for a hazardous fuels reduction project in the Turkey Springs and…

PAWSD board updated on monthly water loss, investments

In a work session and regular meeting of the Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District (PAWSD) Board of Directors on April 16, the directors were presented with updates on the…

Monday is gymnastics registration deadline

By Tom Carosello SUN Columnist Monday is the deadline to register for the final spring session of gymnastics for ages 3 and up. Classes, which will be strictly limited to…

School district launches teacher recruiting website

Archuleta School District (ASD) recently launched a recruiting website aimed at drawing the best and brightest teachers. The website, www.joinarchuletaschools.com, went live April 1 and provides an overview of the…

Nearly two years after West Fork fires, region receives tourism recovery grant

Archuleta County is one of four counties that will benefit from grant funds designed to help the area tourism industry recover after the West Fork Fire Complex of two summers…

Colorado attorney general announces consumer protection initiative

By Carolyn A. Tyler Special to The SUN One of the most important missions of the Colorado Attorney General’s Office is protecting Colorado consumers and businesses from dishonest advertising and…

Progress continues toward downtown grocery store

Several years ago, when City Market closed its doors on the corner of 8th and San Juan streets and rumors began to circulate that Walmart was interested in building a…