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Office staff makes school operate smoothly

Office staff makes school  operate smoothly

By Laurie Heraty Special to The SUN If you’ve been in Pagosa for more than a year or two and pay attention to the Archuleta School District (ASD), you most…

Concession reached on highway restriping

Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) Engineer Mike McVaugh’s presentation concerning the possibility of restriping U.S. 160 through the downtown area of Pagosa Springs drew quite a crowd to last Thursday’s…

One dead, one missing in semi crash

A semi tractor-trailer that ran off the overlook on Wolf Creek Pass early Tuesday morning resulted in one fatality, with another possible. Officials have still not located the second possible…

Housing crisis affecting low-income families; town and county discuss solutions

Archuleta County is experiencing a housing crisis that is manifesting both in the amount of housing available, and the affordability of housing.  The SUN is running a series of articles…

County facing change in legal services

The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners is contemplating moving forward with a contract for legal services following the resignation of County Attorney Todd Starr Monday. Starr tendered his resignation…

County making progress on courthouse, planning

With remediation complete on the majority of the western portion of the Archuleta County Courthouse and a clean air quality test in the books for the same location, some of…

Photography Club announces annual photo exhibit

Photography Club announces annual photo exhibit

By Steve Merchant Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs Photography Club is pleased to announce its annual photo print exhibit, slated to open on Oct. 2 and continue through…

Chile, music and more at Mountain Chile Cha Cha Sept. 26

Chile, music and more at Mountain Chile Cha Cha Sept. 26

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…

Archuleta County attorney resigns

Archuleta County Attorney Todd Starr’s resignation from the county was announced Tuesday morning. Following an executive session that was part of Tuesday morning’s executive session, Michael Whiting, chair of the Archuleta County…

Smoke will be visible from prescribed burning operations today

Smoke will be visible this afternoon as operations continue for a planned prescribed burn in the Yellowjacket area of the San Juan National Forest east of Bayfield.  About 1,000 acres…