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Diabetes help available

By Flannery O’Neil Special to The SUN Diabetes is a chronic disease that affects over 2,500 people in La Plata and Archuleta counties and can have a dramatic effect on…

Hospital board discusses January financials

In a Jan. 27 regular meeting of the Upper San Juan Health Services District (USJHSD) Board of Directors, which oversees the Pagosa Springs Medical Center (PSMC), Chief Operating Officer (COO)…

Middle school science fair winners announced

Middle school science fair winners announced

By Tim Taylor Special to The SUN Lights, camera, science. Sixth- through eighth-grade students of Pagosa Springs Middle School showcased their science prowess in the annual science fair held Wednesday,…

Colorado educators invited to apply for free seedling trees

By Ryan Lockwood Special to The SUN The Colorado State Forest Service is accepting applications from all Project Learning Tree-trained educators to receive free seedling trees. Interested teachers may request…

Seven key small business resolutions for 2015

By Matt Varilek Special to The SUN Like personal resolutions to eat healthy or get fit, New Year’s resolutions for small business owners can lead to increased sales and greater…

Jessey Hampton’s adventure at sea — ‘there was only my team, the ocean and me’

Jessey Hampton’s adventure at sea — ‘there was only my team, the ocean and me’

By Kirsten Le Roux and Stewart Bellina Special to The SUN Seventeen-year-old Jessey Hampton recently returned from an adventure starting in Loreto, Mexico, and onto the Sea of Cortez as…

Account set up for fire victim

By Pat Attanasio Special to The SUN Gary Anglin was the victim of  a house fire in Aspen Springs on Sunday, Jan. 25. The house he had lived in for…

Audubon society to participate in The Great Backyard Bird Count

Audubon society to participate in The Great Backyard Bird Count

By Dottie George Special to The SUN The longest-running citizen science survey in the world, Audubon’s annual Christmas Bird Count was celebrated in Pagosa Springs on Dec. 14. Fifty-two hardy…

Town receives traffic study

While Pagosa Springs Town Planner James Dickhoff’s report to town council last week contained a number of routine updates concerning ongoing local projects, the last item he mentioned was a…

Sewer district faces more pipeline overruns

During last week’s regular meeting of the Pagosa Springs Sanitation and General Improvement District, Gene Tautges, the district’s supervisor, gave his standard report on the progress of the sewer pipeline…