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Town moves forward with several projects

Quite a bit of attention gets focused on large projects that seem to drag on for years and years without completion, such as the Riverwalk or the Town-to-Lakes Trail, but…

Water district moves to inclusion election for Log Park

Over 25 residents from the Log Park subdivision, located north of Pagosa Springs off U.S. 160, turned out last Thursday, July 17, to witness the decision of the Pagosa Area…

Budget season underway for county

It’s that time of year again for Archuleta County: budget season. Archuleta County Administrator Bentley Henderson, who is also serving as the county’s budget officer, hosted a kick-off meeting July…

Education center sponsors summer school program

Education center sponsors summer school program

By Rosalind Marshall Special to The PREVIEW For four weeks in July, 73 elementary school students are getting the opportunity to improve their academic skills, thanks to the Archuleta County…

Who comes between you and your doctor?

By Trudy Lieberman Special to The SUN How many times have you heard politicians say that no bureaucrat should come between you and your doctor? You and your physician should…

Nighttime-focused seat belt enforcement underway

By Emily Wilfong Special to The SUN Seat belt use is consistently lower at night than during the day, resulting in more unbuckled fatalities. In an effort to encourage greater…

Fire restrictions lifted, effects of recent storms linger

All fire restrictions for unincorporated, private lands in Archuleta County were lifted Tuesday thanks to recent monsoonal moisture that fell in the area, but, unfortunately, the effects of the recent…

Town asks county to contribute lodgers’ tax revenue for Visitor Center

As the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners and the Pagosa Springs Town Council continue to build a stronger relationship, conducting joint work sessions every two weeks (for the most…

Small Business Development Center sponsoring government contracts workshop Friday

By Mitchel Davis Special to The SUN The Southwest Colorado Small Business Development Center and Colorado’s Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) will host a free workshop on developing a marketing…

Light on the horizon: Cerner’s impact expected to ease soon

June was another strong revenue month for the Upper San Juan Health Service District (USJHSD), with gross patient revenue coming in over $3 million for the second month in a…