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Testing, testing … just around the corner

Do you remember the Iowa Test of Basic Skills (ITBS)? Yikes, was it that long ago? ITBS, developed in 1935 by the University of Iowa, was administered as a tool…

Schedule set for firefighter’s procession, memorial service

The schedule has been released for the April 2 memorial service for Pagosa Fire Protection District (PFPD) firefighter and board member Ed Ainsworth. Ainsworth passed away on March 14 in…

Connect Colorado initiative will help Coloradans compete for $600 million in new broadband funding for grants and loans

Special to The SUN On March 23, Colo. U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet launched Connect Colorado, a new initiative to help connect every community in Colorado to high-speed, affordable, reliable broadband…

Chamber working on local rewards program

As announced at our annual meeting this year, the Chamber is working on a local rewards program. We hope to have the program up and running in the community by…

PSSGID conveying town shop parcel, lagoon parcel to town

The Pagosa Springs Town Council and the Pagosa Springs Sanitation and General Improvement District (PSSGID) held a joint meeting on March 22 where the PSSGID conveyed two different parcels to…

Personalized learning opportunities presented to school board

Before its regular meeting on March 13, the Archuleta School District (ASD) Board of Education (BOE) held a work session in order to hear a presentation made by staff members of Pagosa…

Trooper tips: Be accountable to distraction-free driving

By Trooper Gary Cutler Special to The SUN “I’m sorry, what was that? I was driving distracted.” “After all of these years, I’m surprised; I’m still surprised.” I hear myself…

Click It or Ticket enforcement: 1,306 people cited last year

Special to The SUN According to a 2017 study by the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), the counties with the lowest seat belt use in Colorado were all rural: La…

Nystrom homicide trial ends in hung jury, mistrial

The jury trial for Chad Nystrom, the man accused of killing Richard “Dick” Isaacs in the spring of 2017, ended in a mistrial as the result of a hung jury…

Perpetrator in Fisher homicide identified

The Pagosa Springs Police Department (PSPD) announced Tuesday that Michael Moats, now deceased, was the sole perpetrator of the homicide of Pagosa Springs resident and business owner Larry Fisher. The…