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Controlled burns: A little inconvenience for a lot of good

Smoke was prevalent throughout most of Archuleta County this past week. Thankfully, the somewhat suffocating smoke came from prescribed burns in the region and not from a truly devastating and…

You might just save someone’s life

In 2009, 13 confirmed suicides in Archuleta County placed the county high above state and national averages. The full version of this story is available in the print edition and…

It’s time to stay in the cave

Editor’s note: Nobody could say it better than former SUN editor Karl Isberg. The following editorial was printed in October 2012. It’s that time of the year. School is back…

‘What if?’ and a dream realized

What if? The year was 1996 when Dan Appenzeller had his “what if?” moment that became the Four Corners Folk Festival. The full version of this story is available in…

It’s back-to-school time

Summer vacation is coming to an end. It will be back-to-school time for area schools on Tuesday, Sept. 3. The full version of this story is available in the print…

Domestic violence: There is help

Domestic violence turned deadly for an Archuleta County resident last week. Millie Mestas was murdered Tuesday night, while most of us slept soundly in the comfort and safety of our…

Aspen House: A place to call home

There’s no place like home. And, there’s nothing like having a place of your own. Pagosa Springs resident Christopher Brown has a dream of living in his own home. The…

4-H shines at Archuleta County Fair

This is the week for Archuleta County 4-H members to shine. The Archuleta County Fair is the much-anticipated culmination of a year of dedication to completing their many 4-H projects.…

‘Homegrown with County Pride’ 68th annual Archuleta County Fair

The Archuleta County Fair Board and volunteers, 4-H youth and their families, and the staff of the CSU Extension office have all been working diligently to make certain that you…

Can you hear us now?

Fifty years ago, we could put a man on the moon and talk to him. These days, our cellphones, landlines and Internet won’t even work. “Hello? Hello? Hello?” “Can you…