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Don’t take your Chamber benefits for granted

SUN Columnist People and businesses join the Chamber for any number of reasons. In the next couple of weeks, we will be discussing some of the benefits that you may…

Vendor opportunities available at Rural Philanthropy Days

Businesses and individuals who have a product or service of interest to area nonprofits are invited to learn about vendor opportunities at the 2014 Southwest Colorado Rural Philanthropy Days conference…

Teacher Mini Grants

Teacher Mini Grants

Photo courtesy Sean O’Donnell Pagosa Springs Rotary Club awards teacher mini-grants to, from left, Julie Ojier, Heather Hemphill, Stewart Bellina, June Landgraff, Deb Morton, and J.D. Kurz at the Pagosa…

Additional special districts seeking candidates for May 6 election

By Shanti Johnson Staff Writer Several special districts are seeking nominations for board seats to be voted for on Tuesday, May 6. The following districts have submitted notices of their…

New hospital records system to go live

Staff Writer The new Electronic Health Records (EHR) system on the Pagosa Springs Medical Center campus will go live at 12:01 a.m. Monday, Feb. 17. At its regular meeting on…

Reed retained as superintendent

Reed retained as superintendent

Staff Writer The Archuleta School District Board of Education voted unanimously to remove the word “interim” from Superintendent Linda Reed’s title and to postpone conducting a national search for her…

Farm Bill passage feeds county coffers

Staff Writer President Barack Obama signed the $956 billion farm bill Friday, Feb. 7 at Michigan State University — a bill with a significant impact to Archuleta County. The bill,…

Local couple competes on game show Thursday

Local couple competes on game show Thursday

By Dana Hayward Staff Writer Larry and Sandy Reed of Pagosa Springs will appear on tonight’s episode of Wheel of Fortune competing as a couple during Venetian Valentine’s Day Week…

Tillerson awarded the President’s Lifetime Achievement Award for crisis response

Tillerson awarded the President’s Lifetime Achievement Award for crisis response

By Karen Hatfield Special to The SUN Archuleta County Victim Assistance has been the recipient of a very special person’s dedication and devotion for almost 16 years. Now, that person,…

Arrest made in meth bust

Arrest made in meth bust

Staff Writer A Pagosa Springs man was arrested last week following the execution of a search warrant that revealed drug paraphernalia related to methamphetamines. The man, Tye Fehrenbacher, 26, of…