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County projects payments in lieu of taxes from U.S., Southern Ute Indian Tribe

Archuleta County collects real estate tax currently based on a total assessed value within the county of approximately $300 million in privately held real estate. The full version of this…

County clerk adjusts March hours for training

By June Madrid Special to The SUN The Archuleta County Clerk and Recorder’s office hours will be 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday for the month of March…

Three Pagosa DI teams headed to state

Three Pagosa DI teams headed to state

By Rebecca Thompson Special to The SUN At the regional Destination Imagination (DI) competition in Durango Saturday, three teams from Pagosa Springs qualified to go on to compete in Denver…

Navigating Medicare? Local help is available

By Christina Knoell Special to The PREVIEW Medicare is complicated. It is important that you know your rights, options, deadlines, possible penalties and where to find the information you need.…

Medical center opts out of End-of-Life Choices Act

In a narrow 4-3 vote Tuesday evening, the Upper San Juan Health Service District (USJHSD) Board of Directors opted out of providing services under the End-of-Life Options Act at Pagosa…

Town postpones approval of overlook deck changes

During its regular meeting on Feb. 16, the Pagosa Springs Town Council discussed the idea of making improvements to the deck that overlooks the San Juan River in the downtown…

Issues with new PAWSD water line come to surface

In 2012, the Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District (PAWSD) entered into an intergovernmental agreement (IGA) with the Pagosa Springs Sanitation General Improvement District (PSSGID). The full version of this…

Gray Wolves ascend Alberta Peak to celebrate 80th birthdays

Gray Wolves ascend Alberta Peak  to celebrate 80th birthdays

By Simon Fuger Special to The SUN In an annual tradition, 44 members of the Gray Wolves Ski Club ascended Alberta Peak on Feb. 21 and skied down to celebrate…

Adobe fire cleanup delay explained

The ruins of the Adobe building still sit in a pile of rubble off of Lewis Street — more than four months after a fire destroyed the building and displaced…

Habitat For Humanity in Archuleta County: passing the baton

By William Darling Special to The PREVIEW Habitat for Humanity in Archuleta County has completed another successful year under the leadership of Kyle Cox, its president, and with the efforts…