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Substitute salaries topic for school board

Superintendent Linda Reed presented the Archuleta School District Board of Education with recommendations from both the salary committee and the district review committee (DRC) on possible changes to the substitute…

Water: Roundtable faces unique challenges

The Southwest Basin Roundtable (SWBRT) convened in Cortez Wednesday, May 14, to discuss water issues and to continue drafting the region’s Basin Implementation Plan (BIP). Each regional roundtable is responsible…

Youth take leadership role in violence prevention

By Mara Koch Special to The SUN Local high school students have taken up the charge to reach out to younger children and prevent bullying. In a discussion on bullying,…

Seeds of Learning raffle winner

Seeds of Learning raffle winner

Lori Unger, Seeds of Learning board president, (left) presents Ken and Lynne Vickerstaff with an $8,100 check for winning the Kash for Kids raffle. On May 17, Mayor Don Volger…

CDOT willing to compromise on McCabe Creek Bridge

The Colorado Department of Transportation has agreed to redesign the proposed McCabe Creek Bridge with a thinner decking structure so that it will have 10 feet of clearance underneath, enough…

Vets visit Pagosa while ‘Walking Off The War’

Six veterans, each hiking the 3,100-mile Continental Divide Trail over a six-month period, will be making a stop in Pagosa Springs Saturday, May 31, to partake in a potluck and…

Lynch unseats Fox in LPEA director elections

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN Proving once again that every vote counts, results of director elections in three of four districts of La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) were…

Pagosa to host Gov. Hickenlooper for bill signing Friday

By Mary Jo Coulehan Special to The SUN Community ownership, community projects and economic development will be celebrated on Friday, May 30 when Pagosa Springs hosts Gov. John Hickenlooper as…

83 will graduate from PSHS Saturday

“What lies behind us and what lies ahead of us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson, American essayist, lecturer and poet. Eighty-three Pagosa…

County heading to court to clean Aspen Springs property

Despite striking a tentative agreement with an Aspen Springs property owner to clean up her property, which is in violation of the county’s nuisance ordinance, the county is now moving…