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Creativity earns local students a place in state competition

Pagosa’s Destination ImagiNation (DI) teams soared above and beyond at the DI regional competition held last Saturday at Durango High School. Pagosa students competed alongside teams from Durango, Telluride, Ouray,…

Additional special district election cancellations

The following special district elections have been canceled due to the fact that there were not more candidates for director than offices to be filled. Loma Linda Metropolitan District The…

McLachlan outlines progress of numerous bills

The legislative session is becoming more intense each passing day as our daily agendas in the House and our various committees become busier. In the House Agriculture, Livestock and Natural…

Political sign posting regulations for town

By Margaret Gallegos Special to The Pagosa Springs SUN Online With the upcoming town general election on April 8, the town would like to inform its citizens, public officials and sign installers about the town’s…

Push-up victims of domestic violence: Together, we will gain strength and confidence

By Carmen Hubbs Special to The Pagosa Springs SUN Online The Archuleta County Victim Assistance Program has designed a new and fun challenge for the women of our community. Understanding…

A win for you and for Seeds

A win for you and for Seeds

By Dee McPeek Special to The Pagosa Springs SUN Online Have you ever thought about what you would do with $10,000? That decision could be yours if you are the…

Youth development nonprofits receive a boost from El Pomar Foundation

Youth development nonprofits receive a boost from El Pomar Foundation

By Lori Bellingham Special to The Pagosa Springs SUN Online Hundreds of southwestern Colorado’s young people and their families will receive the services they need this year. On March 13, a total…

Tools to help you manage your land

Many people in Archuleta County live on acreage. Some move here from other parts of the country, some have managed land for decades and others are new to this way…

Americana Project students travel to Oregon to attend the Songwriting Academy for Youth

Americana Project students travel to Oregon to attend the Songwriting Academy for Youth

By Bob Hemenger Special to The Pagosa Springs SUN Online On March 6, four students from Pagosa Springs High School’s Americana Project class traveled with their instructor, Bob Hemenger, to…

Passing a bill is like playing chess on a three-dimensional board

With a very busy week behind me, I’m pleased to say that six of the seven bills that I presented in committee passed and now head to the floor for…