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San Juan Water Conservancy District: Case moves to Colorado attorney general

It’s been a tough couple of years for the San Juan Water Conservancy District (SJWCD), with issues concerning an “inappropriate” contract, an oath of office, misrepresentations to the court, violations…

Courts, county meet to discuss options

Both temporary and long-term fixes for county facilities have been the topic of discussion in recent weeks, with county and court representatives meeting Wednesday, and the Archuleta County Board of…

Screening to save lives Who We Play For coming to Pagosa

Screening to save lives  Who We Play For coming to Pagosa

As student athletes know, winning, individual stats and championships are often barometers for success. The full version of this story is available in the print edition and e-edition of the…

Sales tax collections 6.55 percent ahead of last year

Sales tax collections for October 2017 were 14.8 percent higher than sales tax collections in October of 2016, with the year-to-date collections for 2017 being 6.55 percent higher than the…

Humane Society thrift store issues reminder to not donate electronics

By Mike Stoll Special to The PREVIEW It’s the time of year when people often replace or upgrade a variety of electronic devices. Please keep in mind that the electronic…

FACE awards 14 grants to area teachers

By Cindi Galabota Special to The SUN The FACE grant cycle has once again concluded and the board of directors is pleased to share the results of another successful grant…

Experience the positive potential of music in Tuesday class

By Paul Roberts Special to The PREVIEW Join musician and music therapist Paul Roberts for a free hand-drumming class at the Pagosa Lakes Clubhouse on Tuesday, Dec. 26, at noon.…

Pioneer times on the East Fork: Old Joe Mann and Jacob Lane

As we continue with the history of the San Juan East Fork, I’ll run a few excerpts about Joe Mann taken from newspapers and county records of that time. •…

USDA issues permit for Santa’s reindeer: Rudolph tests positive for ‘red nose syndrome’

USDA issues permit for Santa’s reindeer: Rudolph tests positive for ‘red nose syndrome’

Special to The SUN The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) yesterday issued a movement permit to Mr. S. Claus of the North Pole,…

Courthouse contention continues: Courts, county to meet

A Dec. 21 letter from Sixth Judicial District Chief Judge Jeffrey Wilson to Steve Wadley, chair of the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners, indicates that the representatives of the…