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Troy Randall Rascoe

A celebration of the life of Troy Randall Rascoe will be held on March 19 at 10 a.m. at Pagosa Bible Church. The family will receive friends at a lunch…

Whatchamawhozits’ Improv Showcase slated for Sunday

By Laura Moore Special to The PREVIEW Thingamajig Theatre Company’s children’s division — the Whatchamawhozits — will be presenting its Improv Showcase on March 20 at 2 p.m. at the…

January sales tax 1.62 percent ahead of 2015

The total sales tax collection in January for Archuleta County was $630,441.77, according to a report issued on Thursday, March 8, by Archuleta County Finance Director Larry Walton, with the…

PFPD and town sign IGA, divide town fire marshal services

As of Tuesday, March 15, the Pagosa Fire Protection District (PFPD) Board of Directors approved an intergovernmental agreement (IGA) between the PFPD and the Town of Pagosa Springs for jurisdictional…

Americana Project students reflect on The Song Academy for Youth

Americana Project students reflect on The Song Academy for Youth

By Sydnee Dreyer, Andrew Grant, Alma Sigurdsson and Isabella Mijares Special to The SUN On March 3, four students and teacher Bob Hemenger from the Pagosa Springs High School Americana…

High school library encyclopedias headed on mission to Africa

High school library encyclopedias headed on mission to Africa

By Nancy Burke Special to The SUN Recently, Nancy Burke, who is preparing for a five-week mission trip to Africa, was on the hunt for sets of encyclopedias. Thanks to…

Pagosa Local Providers meet, discuss mental health services

On Wednesday, March 9, the Pagosa Local Providers met for their semi-annual gathering. The Pagosa Local Providers are a group of individuals who cater to mental health in some regard,…

Town voters have opportunity to opt out of broadband limitations

Less than 25 years ago, the World Wide Web and email communication were just getting started. Now, we can’t live without them. Internet connection is critical to personal and business…

Testing of private wells encouraged

Special to The SUN The San Juan Basin Health Department (SJBHD) recommends that every private well used for drinking water be tested. Thousands of households in southwest Colorado receive their…

Community Foundation infuses nearly $1 million into nonprofits in 2015

Community Foundation infuses nearly $1 million into nonprofits in 2015

By Paige Elliott Special to The SUN The Community Foundation serving Southwest Colorado infused nearly $1 million into Southwest Colorado’s nonprofit community in 2015, including: • $208,058 in grants facilitated…