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E-file still available for extended tax filers

By Karen Connelly Special to The SUN The Internal Revenue Service reminds taxpayers who previously filed for an extension of time to file their tax return that they can electronically…

Registration to begin for gymnastics second session Sept. 28

By Darren Lewis SUN Columnist Gymnastics registration for the second session will start Monday, Sept. 28, for ages 3 and up. Please register at the recreation office in Town Hall.…

School to host College Night

By Mark Thompson Special to The SUN On Wednesday, Sept. 30, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the high school auditorium, Mark Thompson, Pagosa Springs High School counselor, will be…

Police chief, town manager discuss staffing shortage

Pagosa Springs Police Chief William Rockensock and Town Manager Greg Schulte agreed to sit down with SUN staff earlier this week to discuss a matter of growing concern among the…

Navigating Medicare with free local assistance

By Christina Knoell Special to The SUN Medicare is complicated. It is important that you know your rights, options, deadlines, possible penalties and where to find the information you need.…

Office staff makes school operate smoothly

Office staff makes school  operate smoothly

By Laurie Heraty Special to The SUN If you’ve been in Pagosa for more than a year or two and pay attention to the Archuleta School District (ASD), you most…

Concession reached on highway restriping

Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) Engineer Mike McVaugh’s presentation concerning the possibility of restriping U.S. 160 through the downtown area of Pagosa Springs drew quite a crowd to last Thursday’s…

One dead, one missing in semi crash

A semi tractor-trailer that ran off the overlook on Wolf Creek Pass early Tuesday morning resulted in one fatality, with another possible. Officials have still not located the second possible…

Housing crisis affecting low-income families; town and county discuss solutions

Archuleta County is experiencing a housing crisis that is manifesting both in the amount of housing available, and the affordability of housing.  The SUN is running a series of articles…

County facing change in legal services

The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners is contemplating moving forward with a contract for legal services following the resignation of County Attorney Todd Starr Monday. Starr tendered his resignation…