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County courthouse complications currently contentious

During the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioner’s (BoCC) work session on Tuesday, Feb. 9, County Attorney Todd Starr informed the BoCC and SUN staff that the county courthouse was…

Quest for justice: A mother seeks to reform the law

For one Archuleta County woman, the tragic death of her son in 2014 was not only an ending, but also a beginning. It was the beginning of a quest for…

County planning commission seeks public input on noncommercial marijuana cultivation

By John C. Shepard Special to The SUN The Archuleta County Planning Commission is looking for public input on the noncommercial cultivation of marijuana. With new state legislation passed last…

Special districts seek candidates for May 3 election

By Jim Garrett Staff Writer A number of special districts are seeking nominations for board seats to be voted on in elections on Tuesday, May 3. In addition, the San…

Enjoy your retirement at Chimney Rock National Monument

By Shirley A. Miller Special to The SUN In 2013, I retired from the medical profession to enjoy life. After working 10- to 12-hour days for 45 years, I looked…

San Juan Stargazers welcome all telescope owners

By Patrick Hasenbuhler Special to The PREVIEW Do you have a telescope in your closet or think you may want to buy one to view the incredibly beautiful night skies…

Pirate wrestlers qualify for state

A handful of Pagosa Springs High School Pirate grapplers qualified for the 3A state tournament, which will take place Feb. 18-20 at the Pepsi Center in Denver. The wrestlers qualified…

Cast announced for PSHS spring musical

Dale Johnson Special to The PREVIEW The Performing Arts Department at Pagosa Springs High School is excited to announce the cast for its 2016 spring musical, “Legally Blonde: The Musical.”…

Native American flute to serenade at Sunday Night Unplugged

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW Local artist Charles Martinez will offer the mystic sounds of the Native American flute at this week’s Sunday Night Unplugged at St. Patrick’s…

Thingamajig’s locally grown show set to premier Feb. 19

By Audrey Layne Crocker Special to The PREVIEW As an audience member, one often wonders (sometimes aloud, sometimes internally) what it would be like to actually be on stage, to…