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Foundation for Archuleta County Education plans for summer STEM camp

Foundation for Archuleta County Education plans for summer STEM camp

By Lynne McCrudden Special to The SUN FACE (Foundation for Archuleta County Education) was pleased to fund over $5,000 in grants to teachers for educational programs for K-12 students in…

LEAP offers heating assistance to help pay portion of heating bills

Special to The SUN As the temperatures continue to dip further below freezing, one in four Colorado families will struggle to pay their home heating costs. Colorado’s Low-Income Energy Assistance…

Blood pressure checks to be offered at 9Health Fair

By Constance d’Angelis Special to The SUN Did you know that 103 million Americans have high blood pressure? That means that 46 percent of the adult population is at high…

Open enrollment for Pagosa Peak Open School underway

By Ursala Hudson Special to The SUN Pagosa Peak Open School (PPOS) is the community’s first district-authorized public charter school, open to all Archuleta County families on a tuition-free basis.…

Two important business workshops to be held this month

If you have been thinking of opening a business — store front or home-based — or you are in the developmental stages, this Starting Your Business workshop could be very…

Commissioners updated on proposed building code changes

By John Finefrock Staff Writer The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) heard updates on adopting new building codes at its work session on Feb. 5. The full version…

Conservation Helping Hand assists local property owners

By Cynthia Purcell Special to The SUN The San Juan Conservation District is proud to offer a program we started 13 years ago, Conservation Helping Hand, to assist landowners with…

Snow water equivalency shows slight increase

Local lake levels have seen minimal increases since last week, per a press release from Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District Manager Justin Ramsey. The full version of this story…

Winter NWEA tests show growth at Pagosa Springs Elementary

Through the implementation of a new learning platform, among other practices, Pagosa Springs Elementary School (PSES) has already begun to see improvement from fall to winter on standardized tests given…

Upper San Juan snowpack totals increase by 14 percent

Recent weather has increased local snowpack basin totals by almost 10 percent from last week. The full version of this story is available in the print edition and e-edition of…