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Archuleta County lacks affordable long-term rentals

Archuleta County is experiencing a housing crisis that is manifesting both in the amount of housing available and the affordability of housing.  In the coming weeks, The SUN will be…

July sales tax breaks record

According to Archuleta County Finance Director Larry Walton, the total sales tax collection for July 2015 was $918,190.72, which is $151,860 or 20.1 percent higher than the same month in…

Texas woman drowns following asthma attack

A Texas woman drowned in Lake Pagosa Thursday morning, Sept. 10, after experiencing an asthma attack. According to Undersheriff Tonya Hamilton of the Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office, Pamela Lawrence, 48,…

Preparing for Bruce Lee: Local officials plan for heavy winter

This year’s El Niño is already the second strongest on record for this time of year and has been nicknamed Bruce Lee, causing local officials, as well as state and…

The Patty Aragon Green Chile Classic — a sure sign of fall

The Patty Aragon Green Chile Classic — a sure sign of fall

By Jacque Aragon Special to The PREVIEW Each year, the fall season arrives with shorter days, cooler nights and bushels of fresh roasted green chiles. In Pagosa Springs, there is…

Registration open for children’s theater class

Registration open for children’s theater class

By Laura Moore Special to The PREVIEW Thingamajig Theatre Company’s children’s program, the Whatchamawhozits, is getting ready to start another incredibly fun and educational round of classes on Sept. 25.…

Peg Forrest named as keynote speaker for Pagosa Christian Women’s Retreat

By Denise McCabe Special to The PREVIEW The 37th annual Pagosa Christian Women’s Retreat will be held again this year at Sonlight Camp. We are privileged this year to have…

Cowboy Jubilee western concert to offer musical tales of the old west

Cowboy Jubilee western concert to offer musical tales of the old west

By Linda Parker Special to The PREVIEW The wagon was packed with all it would hold of the family’s dearest possessions. Each child was allowed one item to take on…

Interested in Rotary? Learn more at Sept. 14 open house

Interested in Rotary?  Learn more at Sept. 14 open house

By John Duvall Special to The PREVIEW Meeting some really interesting people you might not meet otherwise and having an effective avenue to give something back to your community —…

Texas woman drowned in Lake Pagosa Thursday

An Austin, Texas woman drowned in Lake Pagosa Thursday morning, Sept. 10. Pamela Lawrence, 48, was on vacation when she experienced a severe asthma attack while on an inflatable watercraft…