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Defendants seek new attorneys with mixed results

It was supposed to be the day Mark Franklin Trail was sentenced for his involvement in a 26-hour standoff in downtown Pagosa Springs in the fall of 2012. Instead, it…

New District Attorney Office

New District Attorney Office

Staff of the 6th Judicial District Attorney’s Office, as well as representatives of the Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office, pose for a photo in the new District Attorney’s Pagosa Springs Office…

Suspect ruled competent, action resumes in two cases

Staff Writer Mark Franklin Trail — who was convicted on five counts relating to a September 2012 standoff with law enforcement that lasted 26 hours — was ruled to be…

Summer solicitors: What to watch for with door-to-door

By Stephanie Carroll Carson Special to The PREVIEW Warmer weather comes along with summer, and so do the door-to-door solicitors. While many operate fairly and honestly, there are ways to…

Police seek help identifying suspect

Police seek help identifying suspect

The Pagosa Springs Police Department is seeking help in identifying a suspect connected with an attempted shoplifting that occurred at ALCO recently. According to PSPD Detective Scott Maxwell, the suspect…

Phone scam claims LPEA delivering checks via UPS

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) is once again cautioning its members to not be fooled by any impersonator who is calling customers, claiming…

Two arrested, more sought in recent thefts

Staff Writer While two arrests have been made in connection with a recent rash of thefts, other theft and burglary incidents within the town and county remain unsolved. Now, due…

Jail captain resigns, Weiss named interim manager

Archuleta County will soon be in the market for a new captain for the Archuleta County Detention Center — but not quite yet. Randy Yoder, who took over as detention…

Youth take leadership role in violence prevention

By Mara Koch Special to The SUN Local high school students have taken up the charge to reach out to younger children and prevent bullying. In a discussion on bullying,…

Guilty plea in 2013 vehicular homicide

Staff Writer Jared Earley, the driver in an October accident that killed a New Mexico man, pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide DUI on May 6. He is scheduled to be…