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Rotary continues work to improve science education in Senegal

Rotary continues work to improve science education in Senegal

By David Smith Special to The SUN This week, our Rotary team shifted from teaching science to sixth-grade students to teaching high school science teachers how to use practical demonstrations…

SourceGas acquisition by Black Hills approved

According to a press release from Black Hills Corp, as of Feb. 12, SourceGas is now Black Hills Energy. In July 2015, Black Hills announced it was a successful bidder…

Region 9 receives additional loan funds through Community Development Block Grant

By Terry Blair-Burton Special to The SUN The Region 9 Economic Development District of Southwest Colorado Inc. will receive $580,000 of additional loan funds through a Community Development Block Grant…

Biomass energy bill passes first vote, opposition seeks to kill bill

With the adrenaline rush of the Super Bowl victory by the Denver Broncos fading, but certainly not gone, legislative activity is picking up steam. I had four bills to present…

Wadley announces run for reelection

Wadley announces run for reelection

Archuleta County Commissioner Steve Wadley, a Republican, has announced his intent to run for a second term with the Board of County Commissioners (BoCC). “I am seeking reelection to county…

More homes come onto the market in January

By Saul Rosenthal Special to The SUN New listings of homes for sale in Colorado increased dramatically in January to 8,061, according to statistics made available by the Colorado Association…

Developers, town leaders discuss future development

By Jim Garrett Staff Writer Pagosa Springs Town Manager Greg Schulte has described the proposed development of a major new subdivision on the south side of the San Juan River…

County courthouse complications currently contentious

During the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioner’s (BoCC) work session on Tuesday, Feb. 9, County Attorney Todd Starr informed the BoCC and SUN staff that the county courthouse was…

Quest for justice: A mother seeks to reform the law

For one Archuleta County woman, the tragic death of her son in 2014 was not only an ending, but also a beginning. It was the beginning of a quest for…

County planning commission seeks public input on noncommercial marijuana cultivation

By John C. Shepard Special to The SUN The Archuleta County Planning Commission is looking for public input on the noncommercial cultivation of marijuana. With new state legislation passed last…