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Scholarship

Scholarship

Photo courtesy Dale Johnson Curtains Up Pagosa recently assisted Jon Hudson, a Pagosa Springs High School graduate, with a scholarship to purchase  a new trumpet as he continues to play…

Road work on tap for county, CDOT for 2014

Staff Writer With spring fast approaching, area agencies are gearing up to complete a variety of roadwork in Archuleta County as conditions allow. Both Archuleta County and the Colorado Department…

$268,823 awarded in grants to southwest Colorado health providers

Staff Writer The Caring for Colorado Foundation (CCF) awarded $3.1 million in grants this year to 63 organizations. A total of $265,823 in grants went to nonprofits in southwestern Colorado.…

Tutoring

Tutoring

Photo courtesy Rosalind Marshall The Archuleta County Education Center after-school tutoring program at Pagosa Springs Elementary School includes reading practice. Pictured are (left to right) students Dylan Pastrama and Dalton…

County hires new planning manager

Staff Writer Archuleta County should again have a planning manager on staff sometime this month following the hiring of Margaret Ambrosino. The previous planning manager, James Shoopman, was hired in…

Crane Festival gets underway this weekend

The spring thaw has started in the San Luis Valley and the Sandhill Crane migration has begun. You are invited to the 31st annual Monte Vista Crane Festival, March 7-9.…

DUI enforcement stepped up for St. Patrick’s Day

By William Rockensock Special to The SUN The Pagosa Springs Police Department is participating in the upcoming 2014 High Visibility Impaired Driving Enforcement (HVIDE) campaigns. Officers will increase patrols for…

Civil rights issues with USFS continue

Staff Writer Since the publication of The SUN’s article, “USFS civil rights compliance review results released,” on Feb. 6, further legal actions have been taken against the Forest Service. To…

Term limits require adaptation to loss of knowledge, experience

Change is in the air at the Capitol, I can feel it. We’re just short of the halfway mark, that is, if we go the full 120 days of the…

There are glimmers of hope in politics from time to time

Sen. Bennet’s Report It’s pretty easy these days to be frustrated with the state of politics in Washington. I often call it the land of flickering lights, lurching from one…