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Broadband, protective order bills discussed by legislature

I want to start this column to my constituents by thanking you for all of your support. Since my last column, I have received letters, calls and comments all in…

Are we ready for a dramatic change in science standards?

Remember “Common Core?” That term first appeared in 2010. It referred, at that time, to the controversial math and English language arts standards that Colorado, along with 41 other states,…

Diversity contributes to state’s growth

Like the parable of the blind men describing an elephant, it’s easy to forget that not everyone in our state is surrounded by the rugged mountains, green fields, charming small…

Innovative industry grant pays up to $5,000 per intern hired

The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment is offering a summer intern program to businesses in an innovative industry. These industries include manufacturing, bioscience, construction, electronics, energy and natural resources,…

Medina announces commissioner campaign

Medina announces commissioner campaign

Veronica Medina has announced her campaign for Archuleta County Commissioner, District 3. “I would like to play a key role in making our county an even better place,” Medina wrote…

LPEA announces unclaimed capital credits available to members

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) is seeking members, or former members, who are due to receive capital credits refund monies. To that end,…

Community Center gym will be closed this Saturday

By Darren Lewis SUN Columnist The Pagosa Springs Recreation Department is accepting youth volleyball registration for the 9-10 and 11-12 age groups through Feb. 23. The full version of this…

Archuleta running for clerk and recorder

Archuleta running for clerk and recorder

Kristy Archuleta has announced she is running to be the next Archuleta County clerk and recorder. “I am running for County Clerk & Recorder because I am ready to take…

Man assaults, steals car and leads law enforcement on chase

The Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office (ACSO) responded to reports of a man being assaulted that resulted in a high-speed chase on the morning of Feb. 8. The full version of…

Assistance available to ag producers through the Conservation Stewardship Program

By Petra Popiel Special to The SUN Agricultural producers wanting to enhance current conservation efforts are encouraged to apply for the Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP). The full version of this…