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Town licenses two additional recreational marijuana stores

At its meeting on April 6, the Pagosa Springs Town Council granted licenses for two new recreational marijuana stores, to be located uptown on Eagle Drive and downtown on Pagosa…

Council OKs $40,000 for 5th Street bridge studies

Questions about the necessity and value of a proposed new bridge over the San Juan River at 5th Street prompted the Pagosa Springs Town Council to approve payment of $40,000…

Pagosa Springs to host Southwest Colorado Tourism Summit

By Jennifer Green Special to The PREVIEW Southwest Travel Region is proud to announce that Pagosa Springs is hosting the 2016 Southwest Colorado Tourism Summit April 13 and 14. After…

BoCC proclaims April Child Abuse Prevention Month

At a regular meeting on Tuesday, April 5, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) proclaimed April as “Child Abuse and Neglect Awareness Month.” Matthew Dawson, Archuleta County’s human…

USDA seeks applications for loans and grants to grow rural businesses

By Amy Mund Special to The SUN USDA Rural Development State Director Trudy Kareus announced that the agency is seeking applications for loans and grants to help support the start-up…

Pagosa Springs to host Southwest Colorado Tourism Summit

Pagosa Springs to host Southwest Colorado Tourism Summit

By Jennifer Green Special to The PREVIEW Southwest Travel Region is proud to announce that Pagosa Springs is hosting the 2016 Southwest Colorado Tourism Summit April 13 and 14. After…

Public Meetings

The following meetings are subject to change. Monday, April 11 San Juan Water Conservancy District Board of Directors meeting. 7 p.m., district offices, 46 Eaton Drive, Ste. 5. Pagosa Area…

History museum closing announced

The Pagosa Springs History Museum will close its doors forever following this summer’s season. The board of the San Juan Historical Society (SJHS) has announced, when the museum it has…

The Springs Village: Developer discusses downtown plans

Following the March 17 public meeting to discuss the proposed 5th Street bridge, Matt Mees met with SUN staff to provide additional details about the development planned on 27 acres…

County’s unemployment rate increases to 3.8 percent

The unemployment rate for Archuleta County rose to 3.8 percent in February, with 6,316 people in the labor force and 237 of those claiming unemployment. In January, there were 6,147…