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Unspeakable tragedies

She held her brothers’ hands as they crossed the street together to board the big yellow school bus with its stop arm extended and its lights flashing waiting for them…

Sustenance for a veteran’s soul

Monday will be the 18th consecutive year for the Pagosa Springs Middle School’s eighth-grade class to host a breakfast to honor and thank the veterans of Archuleta County for their…

End the hatred

Instead of allowing people to mourn the loss of life following the senseless attack on a synagogue in Pittsburgh Saturday, politicians continued with the onslaught of political rhetoric. The full…

Rights and privileges

The 1968 election year was intense to say the very least. Civil Rights Movement leader Martin Luther King Jr. had been assassinated in April. Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy had…

Be informed

Those familiar red and white envelopes started arriving in local mailboxes this week. If you are lucky, you have a Blue Book to go with them, and it has all…

Journalism matters because democracy matters

An in-depth newspaper investigation revealed that a state-operated home for aged military veterans was providing substandard care and that taxpayer money that was to go to improve the home was…

Conflict of interest

It would be hard to find a person who is more vocally supportive of Pagosa Peak Open School (PPOS) than Mark Weiler. Weiler is leading the charge for the PPOS…

It’s our birthday

If you turn to the front page of this week’s SUN, you will find that this week is Volume 111, Number 1. It’s our birthday. The highlight of the past…

#BeThere

In 2009, 13 confirmed suicides in Archuleta County placed the county high above state and national averages. Thankfully, the numbers have declined since then. From 2004 to 2015, there were…

Confusing meetings

Anyone in attendance at last week’s Archuleta County Board of County Commissioner’s meeting had to have left the meeting wondering exactly what had transpired. The full version of this story…

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