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Local-Hessman

April Hessman, Town Clerk of Pagosa Springs, successfully completed all requirements to gain the title Certified Municipal Clerk. Hessman was diligent in her four years of course work needed to…

CUP Silverado concert set for Nov. 7

CUP Silverado concert set for Nov. 7

By Dale Johnson Special to The PREVIEW Curtains Up Pagosa! is continuing its monthly concert series events in celebration of its 25th year of performing arts and mentoring young people…

‘Flea’ is bitingly funny

By David M. Straight Special to The PREVIEW Thingamajig Theatre Company opened its 2013-2014 season last Thursday evening with a strong, provocative production of one of contemporary theater’s most interesting…

Youth volleyball season postponed

SUN Columnist Due to a lack of adequate gym space, this year’s youth volleyball season for ages 9-12 has been postponed until next spring. The tentative plan is to have…

LPEA to host ‘Basics of Bulbs’ workshop

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN Continuing its Free Information Series designed to help members, “save their energy,” La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) will host a “Basics of Bulbs”…

Vindicated

Vindicated

Dear Editor: A little less than a year ago you carried a front-page article regarding the arrest of John Vick on child pornography charges. As a result of those charges,…

Excellence

Excellence

Dear Editor: There are currently two seats up for the Archuleta County School District Board. Tim Taylor is running to retain the District 1 seat he was appointed to in…

Integrity

Integrity

Dear Editor: If you hope to see our school district move forward in a positive way, keeping our children at the center of the focus, please consider Brooks Harrison Linder…

Two perspectives on Amendment 66

Two perspectives on Amendment 66

Staff Writer The Archuleta School District will hold an election next month in which four candidates will vie for two seats on the Board of Education and voters will be…

Water conservancy district crafts new reservoir plan

Staff Writer The San Juan Water Conservancy District Board met Monday to discuss the Dry Gulch Reservoir project and other matters. Rod Proffitt, president of the board, shared a letter…