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Hospital faces staffing shortage

Hospital faces staffing shortage

The Upper San Juan Health Service District (USJHSD) discussed staffing shortages, funding needs and facilitated board member transitions during its regular meeting Tuesday night. Staffing shortages CEO Brad Cochennet informed…

Jail captain resigns, Weiss named interim manager

Archuleta County will soon be in the market for a new captain for the Archuleta County Detention Center — but not quite yet. Randy Yoder, who took over as detention…

Community roundtable will outline grant availability

By Margaret Gallegos Special to The SUN The State Historical Fund (SHF) supports community heritage through tangible and highly visible historic preservation projects for direct and demonstrable public benefit. Since…

Concerns raised as primary election nears

With the primary election only weeks away and ballots expected to hit mailboxes next week, Archuleta County Clerk and Recorder June Madrid held a special meeting with staff members from…

School board discusses next year’s budget

The Archuleta School District Board of Education held a work session Tuesday afternoon to review next year’s budget. ASD finance director Janell Wood began with a presentation of the preliminary…

Pagosa DI Nerds compete at Global Finals

Pagosa DI Nerds compete at Global Finals

The Pagosa DI Nerds finished 14th out of 69 teams at the secondary-level “Laugh Art Loud” challenge at the Destination Imagination Global Finals at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.  The…

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…