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Town’s lodgers’ tax code now has teeth

Anyone caught renting out his or her property to tourists without collecting and paying the necessary lodgers’ tax will now have more reason for concern since the Pagosa Springs Town…

Local governments hear results of business survey

During a recent work session involving the Pagosa Springs Town Council and the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners, Councilor Clint Alley, who is also the executive director of the…

Quilts needed for county fair

By Jeanie Lemmo Special to The PREVIEW Come one, come all — bring your quilted items to the fair. The Archuleta County Fair is coming soon. Please plan to bring…

County’s unemployment rate rises in June

Archuleta County’s unemployment rate for June rose by three-tenths of a percentage point compared to last month, according to a report issued this week by the Colorado Department of Labor…

Case against county dismissed

A civil lawsuit against Archuleta County regarding the termination of an employee was dismissed earlier this month with prejudice, meaning each side pays its own attorney fees. The lawsuit, which…

LPEA to launch pole-replacement project on July 20

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN To help ensure reliability of service, as well as the safety of cooperative members, La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) will initiate a utility…

May sales tax revenue shows impressive growth

The Colorado Department of Revenue continues to disburse all of the local sales tax revenue directly to the county, according to a report issued late last week by Archuleta County…

County receives courthouse air quality results

Late Monday, Archuleta County officials received the results of an air quality test performed in the Archuleta County Courthouse in early May, following the flooding of part of the western…

Fire district seeking new assistant chief

The Pagosa Fire Protection District (PFPD) is in the process of hiring a new assistant chief following the resignation of Brian Leewitt recently. Leewitt’s last day was July 3, and…

County receives $60,000 to help plan new facilities

Archuleta County recently received a $60,000 grant from the Underfunded Courthouse Facility Commission, with that grant set to help the county move forward with building new county facilities. The county…