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New director for Department of Human Services

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer The Archuleta County Department of Human Services is slated to be under the helm of a new director beginning Jan. 2. Matthew Dodson was offered…

Pagosa blood drive scheduled for Jan. 9

The first United Blood Services mobile blood drive of the new year in Pagosa Springs is set for Thursday, Jan 9. The drive will take place 2-6:30 p.m. at CrossRoad…

Register for gymnastics through Jan. 6

SUN Columnist January 6 is the deadline to register for the next session of gymnastics; registration will begin Monday. Through an ongoing partnership with Pagosa Springs Middle School and local…

Biz Beat-Reconnective Healing Center and Gift Shop

Biz Beat-Reconnective Healing Center and Gift Shop

Shirlee Shrum is an award-winning, gifted artist in several mediums. She creates each item in the Reconnective Healing Center and Gift Shop. Horsehair pottery, butterfly domes are all numbered and…

Summer Landmarks workshops for K-12 educators

By Kathy Stemmler Special to The PREVIEW Next year, Crow Canyon Archaeological Center will offer two weeklong NEH Summer Landmarks workshops for K–12 educators on a fascinating theme: Mesa Verde…

Health service district selects planning firm

By Dana Hayward Staff Writer After holding a number of special meetings to hear presentations from five different firms and partnerships on Dec. 12, 13, and 17, the Upper San…

CRIA receives Caroline Bancroft History Project Award

CRIA receives Caroline Bancroft History Project Award

By Nadia Werby Special to The SUN Chimney Rock Interpretive Association (CRIA) is pleased to announce that it is the 2013 recipient of History Colorado’s prestigious Caroline Bancroft History Project…

Nothing is constant but change

SUN Columnist I would like to let the community know that I will be resigning my position as the director of the Chamber of Commerce after a rewarding and educational…

Town considers funds for geothermal research

Staff Writer The Town of Pagosa Springs council met in executive session with town attorney Bob Cole last Thursday, Dec. 19, with the topic of conversation centering on matters involving…

Mill levies, revenues certified for 2014

Staff Writer In end-of-year tradition, and to meet statutory deadline, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners certified mill levies and revenues for 21 governmental entities at its Dec. 17…