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Chromo home damaged in structure fire

By Marshall Dunham Staff Writer A structure fire involving an unoccupied log home occurred in the Chromo area on Saturday, Nov. 14. According to Capt. John Gilbert of the Pagosa…

Senior job training program seeks to partner with employers, nonprofit organizations and senior citizens

By Judy Campbell Special to The SUN The Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) is a federally funded job training program for unemployed seniors ages 55 and over. We are…

Lawsuit over county legal services dropped

The civil suit filed against the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) and Todd Starr, the county’s legal counsel, has been dismissed by the four residents who recently filed…

Town and county approve emergency response plans

According to a November El Niño update, the peak of the current El Niño “is expected to occur in the next month or so,” and local officials are continuing to…

Board discusses lack of substitute teachers

Last Tuesday, Nov. 10, the Archuleta School District (ASD) held its regular meeting, during which the board discussed the district’s lack of substitute teachers. According to Superintendent Linda Reed, the…

Sales tax revenues continue to show growth

The total sales tax collection in September for Archuleta County was $910,147.74, according to a report issued late last week by Archuleta County Finance Director Larry Walton, with $455,073.87 going…

Local 9Health Fair seeks medical director

By Caroline Brown Special to The PREVIEW For over 30 years, Pagosa has hosted a spring 9Health Fair, and the 2016 fair is scheduled for April 30. However, the Pagosa…

‘HollyDaze Too’ set to provide a fun start to the season

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW Curtains Up Pagosa will ease you into the holiday season with a fun song-and-dance-filled Broadway revue called “HollyDaze Too,” with opening night being…

Mountain High Garden Club to hold roundtable discussion

By Melissa McDonald Special to The PREVIEW ​The Mountain High Garden Club will meet at the CSU Extension building at the fairgrounds at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 18, for…

Toys for Tots accepting donations

By Eric Brinkmann Special to The PREVIEW Toys for Tots is in full swing in Pagosa Springs, with drop-off boxes located around town until Dec. 18. Drop-off boxes are located…