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Roadwork planned for North Pagosa

By Mike Le Roux Special to The SUN Chip sealing will begin on North Pagosa Boulevard from the north bridge approach over the Village Lake spillway to Aspenglow Boulevard on…

Incredible buys at the library’s second-chance book sale

By Meg Wempe Special to The PREVIEW In case you didn’t have a chance to make it to the Friends of the Library book sale in mid-August, the Ruby M.…

Man missing on Wolf Creek Pass since Sept. 4

A man is still missing after he called 911 to explain that he was lost on Wolf Creek Pass on Sept. 4. The full version of this story is available…

Friends help end isolation for elders

By Kay Kaylor Special to The SUN Amia — Friends for Elders and the San Juan Basin Area Agency on Aging (SJBAAA) have renewed their alliance to offer free social…

School board hears vo-tech proposal

By Chris Mannara Staff Writer The Archuleta School District (ASD) Board of Education (BOE) discussed at its monthly meeting on Sept. 12 a proposal to construct a new vocational-technical school…

SJWCD holds forum on ballot request, reservoir project

On Sept. 7, the San Juan Water Conservancy District (SJWCD) hosted a four-person panel to solicit questions regarding the San Juan River Headwaters Project and the SJWCD’s ballot request. The…

Planning Assistance Team meets to discuss Archuleta School District sites and buildings

By Chris Mannara Staff Writer The Archuleta School District (ASD) Planning Assistance Team (PAT) held a meeting on Monday to discuss the sites and buildings of ASD schools. The full…

ColorFest: Reflecting on a colorful event

I think this is one of my favorite articles to write for the year. I like to take this time to reflect on one of Pagosa Springs’ most colorful events…

New teachers join Pagosa Peak Open School

By Chris Mannara Staff Writer With the school year in full swing, The SUN reached out to the newly formed charter school Pagosa Peak Open School (PPOS) and contacted its…

A tax code that works for Coloradans

Every year, in preparation for tax day, Americans spend 6 billion hours trying to navigate the internal revenue code and federal tax regulations (now up to 10 million words). The…