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Graduation advice

Members of Pagosa Springs High School’s class of 2016 walked across the stage to accept their diplomas last Saturday. In doing so, they closed the final chapter of their high…

Can we afford the gravel pit risk?

If the editor’s email inbox is any indication, there should be no shortage of public comment at next week’s hearing for the proposed gravel pit known as the Two Rivers…

Excellence

The Pagosa Springs SUN staff garnered the top awards for Advertising Excellence and Online Excellence at the 138th annual Colorado Press Convention held May 12-13 in Denver. The staff also…

Chimney Rock: This place matters

As one of Colorado’s newest national monuments, Chimney Rock is a place of mystery, a sacred place, a celestial observatory and seasonal calendar for the Ancestral Puebloans over 1,000 years…

The power of community

Community can be a powerful thing. On Saturday evening, we witnessed this community rally to find a missing 10-year-old boy. With the dropping temperatures and darkness setting in, concerns grew…

Sounding off

We found several things to sound off on this week: On the driver who carelessly passed a school bus with its lights flashing Tuesday afternoon: You almost hit a kid.…

Board puts out fire: Releases recording

By Terri Lynn Oldham House In an unprecedented action on Tuesday night, the Pagosa Fire Protection District’s (PFPD) board of directors voted to release the recording of a questionable executive…

Saving Pagosa Country’s history

A huge piece of Pagosa Springs’ history could be lost forever if someone doesn’t step forward and take the lead to save the Pagosa Springs History Museum. Last month, the…

One person can change the world

He was one person with one very big idea — to save the Earth. Politician and activist Gaylord Nelson changed the world when he proposed a day for saving our…

Chimney Rock volunteers gain unique experience

Watching the full moon rise at Chimney Rock National Monument’s (CRNM) Great House Pueblo site while listening to flute melodies played by Charles Martinez is an unforgettable spiritual experience. If…