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Sheriff’s Office opens at new location

The Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office (ACSO) is now open in a limited capacity in a new location. The ACSO administrative office is now located at 12 Goldmine Drive, near Proline…

Negative factor continues to impact local schools

The Archuleta School District (ASD) budget projections for the 2015-2016 school year were presented by Finance Director Janelle Wood at the April 14 school board meeting. Currently, the ASD 2014-2015…

Storm brings moisture, fires

The recent rainy weather brought with it several good things, among them water to help Pagosa Country green up, to raise the levels of the San Juan River and to…

End-of-year dates announced for Ed Center programs

By Rosalind Marshall Special to The PREVIEW The end of the school year is fast approaching. The Archuleta County Education Center has had a very successful year in its programs…

Changing of the guard for Pagosa Springs Elementary School

Search underway for new principal, assistant principal Pagosa Springs Elementary School (PSES) Principal Kate Lister and Assistant Principal Chantelle Jordan have both resigned. Archuleta School District Superintendent Linda Reed confirmed…

Info session set for potential school board members, three seats open

Info session set for potential school board members, three seats open

By Linda Reed Special to The SUN Archuleta School District will be hosting an information session for those interested in running for the Archuleta School District 50 Joint Board of…

Town resumes funding for Community Development Corporation

The Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation has asked the Town of Pagosa Springs to once again make a financial contribution to the CDC’s economic development efforts in Archuleta County. At…

Town to participate in Trujillo Road project

Trujillo Road (County Road 500), from the transfer station/recycling center to the intersection of 8th and Apache streets, should be completely repaved this summer, thanks to a cooperative effort between…

County courthouse crisis

County courthouse crisis

A flooded facility: Inmates, Sheriff’s Office move It may not seem like a large amount of rain fell last weekend, but it was enough to shut down the Archuleta County…

Commissioners consider solutions, discuss progress

Following last week’s and weekend’s flooding that left the western portion of the Archuleta County Courthouse closed, county staff and elected officials have been hard at work determining the best…