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Presidents Day Weekend heralds WinterFest activities

SUN Columnist With snow on the ground and the mountains looking like it really is winter, organizations are gearing up for WinterFest activities to be held Feb. 14-16. The festivities…

New hospital records system to go live Monday, Feb. 17

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…

Senate passes bill allowing counties to elect commissioners by district vote

I am working my bills through committees and the Senate floor now. The final Senate vote on the bill allowing smaller population counties to choose to elect its commissioners by…

How much should we pay for medicines?

By Trudy Lieberman Rural Health News Service At the tail end of last year, the Food and Drug Administration approved a drug that may cure some three million Americans who…

USDA offers loans for production losses

Farmers and ranchers in Montezuma, Dolores, San Miguel, Archuleta and La Plata counties may be eligible for low-interest emergency loans to help cover losses they sustained as a result of…

Rotary Pilot Project

Rotary Pilot Project

Photo courtesy John Duvall Pagosa Springs Rotary Club welcomes new members, from left, Debbie Smith, Jonnae Benzel, Art Benzel, Mely Whiting, Michael Whiting, Jeff Switzer, Betty Switzer, Arleta Gary, Blake…

Ruby M. Sisson Memorial Library celebrates 25-year anniversary

Ruby M. Sisson Memorial Library celebrates 25-year anniversary

Staff Writer Today marks the 25th anniversary of the opening of the Ruby M. Sisson Memorial Library at its current location on 8th Street. Before the opening of the library…

Education Center makes $10,000 STEM grant to Pagosa Springs High School

Education Center makes $10,000 STEM grant to  Pagosa Springs High School

By David Smith Special to The SUN Over 50 percent of the graduate students in several areas of science and engineering are foreign. They have come to the United States…

County: Following the letter of the law?

Staff Writer An air of mystery continues to surround a January letter sent by Todd Starr — formerly co-interim county administrator for Archuleta County and current county attorney — to…

Expanded services for veterans on the horizon

Staff Writer In an effort to increase the level of services provided to veterans in Southwest Colorado, representatives of several agencies recently met to discuss a degradation in area health…