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Burning bridges

On Monday, Dec. 5, the Town of Pagosa Springs will hold another public meeting pertaining to the proposed 5th Street bridge. The meeting will be held in the South Conference…

On being thankful

There is a lot to be thankful for in Pagosa Country. We asked SUN readers and Facebook friends what they were thankful for this Thanksgiving and the responses were overwhelming.…

A gift for us all

It’s that time of year when our minds turn to holiday shopping and when community newspapers remind shoppers just why they should shop locally. The full version of this story…

Veterans: Honoring and protecting their legacies

Tomorrow will be the 16th 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…

Make your vote count

Tuesday, Nov. 8, is Election Day. Ballots have been mailed to registered voters and those voters have some big decisions to make. The full version of this story is available…

Out of the ashes

A significant piece of Pagosa Country history was destroyed when the historic Adobe building on Lewis Street went up in flames. Approximately 15 businesses were gutted by the fire. The…

Vote yes on 4A

Why should you care if Ballot Issue 4A passes? For one thing, your life might depend on it. In January of 2008, Pagosa Springs Medical Center, formerly called Pagosa Mountain…

ColoradoCares?

Don’t be fooled by the “ColoradoCare” title for Amendment 69. This is one amendment that doesn’t care at all about Colorado. The full version of this story is available in…

Debunking the idea that newspapers are dying

Guest editorial Imagine waking up in a world without newspapers. “Ha!” You say, “I haven’t gotten a newspaper in years.” But I’m not talking about just the paper delivered by…

Since 1909

Inside The Pagosa Springs SUN’s newspaper office you will find a wealth of history in a room that we call “the morgue.” The morgue is full of “dead” newspapers. Those…

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