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Schick, Peterson announce run for school board

Schick, Peterson announce run for school board

Four candidate petitions have been verified and approved for the November Archuleta School District (ASD) Board of Education elections. The candidates include Jason Peterson for District 2, Greg Schick, who…

Organizations provide information about after-school activities

Organizations provide information about after-school activities

By Lynn Rose Special to The SUN About 500 parents and children attended the elementary school open house that was held on Thursday, Sept. 3. The Archuleta County Education Center…

Elks announce ‘Most Valuable Student Scholarship Competition’

By Sharon Camarca Special to The SUN B.P.O. Elks, Durango Lodge No. 507 announces the Elks National Foundation “Most Valuable Student Scholarship Competition.” The competition is open to all high…

Get your tickets now for Colorfest events

By Angela Wirth SUN Columnist There is still time to purchase tickets for Colorfest weekend. The event-packed weekend, Sept. 18-20, will feature a wine festival, beer festival and two mornings…

Care Conference to inform about available services

By April Holthaus Special to The SUN Staying healthy begins with taking good care of ourselves at any age, whether family caregiving enters the picture or not. Caregiving does take…

Pagosa Springs High School to host college fair

By Mark Thompson Special to The SUN On Monday, Sept. 14, the Pagosa Springs High School counseling department will be hosting a college fair in the high school commons from…

Promotor Program receives funding to continue and expand services in Archuleta County

By Michelle Wilson Special to The SUN San Juan Basin Health Department’s (SJBHD) Promotor Program has received three more years of funding. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment…

Local officials warn of international scams

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer Local authorities are seeing an uptick in the number of local calls concerning international scammers masquerading as U.S. government departments. According to Detective Sgt. Jacob…

County working to cut down on inmates housed in La Plata County

The Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office is implementing a program that should cut down on the number of Archuleta County inmates housed in the La Plata County jail, thereby saving the…

Thingamajig Theatre Company announces inaugural Playwrights Festival

By Laura Moore Special to The PREVIEW Thingamajig Theatre Company had an incredible summer season and is about to build upon its recent success by launching its first Playwrights Festival…