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Connect for Health Colorado reps to visit Pagosa Wednesday

By Abby Leeper Special to The SUN Connect for Health Colorado will visit Pagosa Springs tomorrow as part of a statewide Holiday Connect to Coverage campaign to inform and support Coloradans…

Acting San Juan National Forest Supervisor appointed

By Ann Bond Special to The SUN Ron Archuleta, who is currently the Deputy Forest Supervisor for the Arapaho-Roosevelt National Forest and Pawnee National Grassland in Fort Collins, has been…

Man found dead following Saturday crash

Staff Writer A Pagosa Springs man was found dead late Saturday morning in Aspen Springs and is believed to have died from hypothermia. The man, who is not being identified…

PAWSD board to consider budget, sewer and water lines

A regular meeting of the Board of Directors of Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District (PAWSD) has been scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 10, at 2 p.m. at 100 Lyn Ave.…

Holiday event schedule off to a fast start this weekend

The holiday season is in full swing in Pagosa Country, as a variety of festivities happening this weekend attest to. For a little extra holiday cheer, check out the following:…

CDOT worker injured in hit-and-run incident

Staff Writer The Colorado State Patrol is seeking information regarding a hit and run incident that involved a pedestrian. According to a CSP press release, at approximately 3 a.m. on…

Rec center public meeting Monday, Dec. 9

Rec center public meeting Monday, Dec. 9

SUN Columnist A public meeting regarding the feasibility of constructing a community recreation center in downtown Pagosa Springs will be held Monday, Dec. 9, at 6 p.m. in the south…

Health services district board adopts 2014 budget

Staff Writer The Upper San Juan Health Services District board adopted and approved a 2014 budget during a special meeting and public budget hearing yesterday. In the absence of any…

Nomination forms available soon

SUN Columnist Joanne Irons, LaQuita Johnson, Joan Ward, Lisa Scott, Nikki Alley, Terri House, Janis Moomaw, Mike Alley, J.R. Ford, Ron and Cindy Gustafson, Jack and Katy Threet, David and…

Learning experiences help do the job better

Colorado’s legislators work, theoretically, part-time, so while juggling meetings and constituent work, I try to fit in other learning experiences that expand my knowledge and abilities as a legislator. I…