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Setting the record straight

In the editorial of July 6, The Pagosa Springs SUN questioned whether the San Juan Water Conservancy District was operating legally with not enough directors on its board. The full…

Living with bears

For weeks now, The Pagosa Springs SUN has printed photos of Pagosa Country’s bears taken by residents. Most of those photos have been captioned with reminders to put away bird…

What’s in a name?

It seems like to some people, changing the name of the Dry Gulch water storage project was so important, they decided to violate the Colorado Open Meetings Law (COML) to…

Celebrating Independence Day

Thousands of people flock to Pagosa Country every Independence Day to participate in the many unique and traditional Fourth of July festivities. The full version of this story is available…

Conflict of interest

During the June 13 meeting of the Archuleta School District (ASD) Board of Education (BOE), Superintendent Linda Reed advocated suspending a section of the board’s conflict of interest policy that…

Just one ember

A severe weather alert was issued for Archuleta County on Monday. The U.S. National Weather Service issued a red flag warning. The full version of this story is available in…

Advice for the grad

We asked SUN readers and Facebook friends to share some advice for the Pagosa Springs High School Class of 2017. The full version of this story is available in the…

Moving memories

We’ve been told that The Pagosa Springs SUN moved into the building at 466 Pagosa St. in 1973. Before that, the newspaper had been located in an adjacent building. The…

Ceremonies will honor those who served

Memorial Day weekend heralds the unofficial beginning of summer for Pagosa Country. While many people are heading out for a picnic, taking a hike or spending the day at a…

Gunshots, investigation and reporting the news

Gunshots and law enforcement activities from Sunday started the rumor mill running throughout the community and those rumors even spilled over into neighboring counties. The full version of this story…