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Monday deadline for gymnastics registration

SUN Columnist Monday is the deadline to register for this year’s final session of gymnastics. Through an ongoing partnership with Pagosa Springs Middle School and local instructor Jennifer Martin, the…

PAWSD directors contend with project proposals, budget hearing Nov. 12

Staff Writer The Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District (PAWSD) board met Tuesday, Oct. 22, for its monthly work session. A review and discussion of the proposed 2014 budget and…

Free dental care day for veterans

By Glenn Rutherford Special to The SUN On Saturday, Nov. 9, Drs. Glenn and Jordan Rutherford will open the doors of Pagosa Smiles to all of our veterans for free…

Parade of Stores slated for first weekend of December

SUN Columnist It is hard to believe that we are on the downside of 2013 with only two months left in the year. The Chamber is preparing for the annual…

Archuleta County Republican Women meet Nov. 12

By Marilyn Harris Special to The SUN Archuleta County Republican Women will meet Tuesday, Nov. 12, at Nello’s Restaurant from noon to 1:30 p.m. to hear the three county commissioners discuss…

Expand wildfire mitigation and funding

Christmas candy now sits on the store shelves instead of Halloween treats, so that tells me winter is on its way. My hope is that we have snow and plenty…

Arrest made in Oct. 1 fatal crash

Staff Writer Jared Earley, the driver in an Oct. 1 accident that killed a New Mexico man, was arrested on Oct. 31 on charges related to the incident. According to…

IBEW members at LPEA organize ‘Fill the Bucket’ food drive

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN Responding to community needs in advance of the holidays, the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (Local IBEW 111 26A), of La Plata Electric…

Unlike Washington, Coloradans don’t shut down

Sen. Bennet’s Report In stark contrast to Washington’s dysfunction, which brought us a 16-day government shutdown and the risk of default in October, Coloradans know what it means to do their jobs, day-in…

Work continues on community mapping project

Staff Writer Review of a collaborative community mapping project carried out in July by Chama Peak Land Alliance, Future West and Ground Truth Graphics, in partnership with Rio Arriba (N.M.)…