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Youth tennis underway, second session starts in July

By Darren Lewis SUN Columnist Registration is ongoing for the July session of youth tennis. The program, which is open to youths ages 6-8, 9-10 and 11-plus, consists of two…

National Lightning Safety Awareness Week: Expect increased lightning locally

By Casey Crow Staff Writer June 21-27 is National Lightning Safety Awareness Week, and the National Weather Service (NWS) offices in Colorado will be promoting lightning safety with daily messages…

Colorado Women’s Small Business Conference set for July 29

By Angela Wirth SUN Columnist The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is holding its sixth annual Colorado Women’s Small Business Conference on Wednesday, July 29, at Fort Lewis College in…

Report for duty by reporting fraud

By Marian Lark Special to The SUN In July, with American flags flying, we celebrate our nation’s birthday and the freedoms and protections we hold dear. Although love for your…

Town tackles tax compliance issue

During Jennie Green’s monthly report on lodgers’ tax at last week’s Pagosa Springs Town Council meeting, the issue of businesses who are out of compliance sparked quite a bit of…

Pagosan survives plane crash at wilderness airstrip

Pagosan survives plane crash at wilderness airstrip

By Matt Hudson and Samuel Wilson Daily Inter Lake Editor’s note: Pagosan Aaron Wamsley was one of two passengers and one of three injured in a plane crash in Montana’s…

High deductibles may mean lower premiums, but a costly trade-off

By Trudy Lieberman Special to The SUN A few weeks ago, I got an email from Judy, a reader who wanted to tell me about trouble she’s had paying her…

Southern Ute Indian Tribe files challenge to BLM’s hydraulic fracturing rule

By Sacha Smith Special to The SUN The Southern Ute Indian Tribe filed suit last week in the United States District Court in Denver against the Department of the Interior,…

Yellow Jacket and First Notch areas being prepared this summer for fall burning

By Ann Bond Special to The SUN Columbine Ranger District fire crews will be preparing control lines this summer for upcoming prescribed burns this fall in the Yellow Jacket and…

San Juan National Forest firefighters responding to lightning ignition east of Vallecito Reservoir

Columbine Ranger District firefighters are responding to a lightning strike ignition about 2-1/2 miles east of Vallecito Reservoir on the San Juan National Forest. The Trap Fire was reported at…