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Marijuana: To sell or not to sell

Staff Writer Marijuana sales — both medical and recreational retail — have been approved and accepted by Colorado voters, but the allowance for sale of the substance at a local…

SUN releases summer Pagosa Springs Official Visitor Guide™

SUN staff The summer edition of the Pagosa Springs Official Visitor Guide™ hit the streets late last week and distribution continues this week. At 116 pages, the publication is filled…

Town receives grant for Riverwalk

Staff Writer The Town of Pagosa Springs found out this week it was awarded a grant worth more than $100,000 to be used towards completing another section of the Riverwalk…

April 19 deadline for mag chloride purchases

Archuleta County residents desiring to have magnesium chloride applied to roads not listed in the county’s application list this spring have until April 19 to contact the county. Archuleta County…

Design Review Board to consider Wal-Mart sign variance request

The Town of Pagosa Springs Planning Commission, Board of Adjustments and Design Review Board will meet today Tuesday, April 16, at 5:15 p.m. at Town Hall, Council Chambers, 551 Hot…

BoCC to meet Tuesday at courthouse

The Board of County Commissioners will meet at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 16, at the county courthouse. Following is the agenda. Call to order. Pledge of allegiance. Moment of silence.…

Southwest Colorado eSchool to hold Pagosa information session

By Lisa Barrett Special to The SUN The Southwest Colorado eSchool, serving the nine school districts of southwest Colorado, kicks off its spring enrollment drive in April with a series…

First Aid/CPR and QuickBooks classes

First Aid/CPR and QuickBooks classes

By Rosalind Marshall Special to The SUN Classes in First Aid/CPR are held monthly at the Education Center, with a variety of class times to suit everyone’s schedule. The April…

Conservatory scholarship available

By Amber Neumann Special to The PREVIEW Applications for Conservatory Music in the Mountains are being accepted through June 1. The Conservatory summer music program runs July 7–28 at Fort…

March precipitation well below normal

Staff Writer According to a Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) Colorado Snow Survey and Water Supply news release, snowfall in March produced a very slight increase in snowpack in the…