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ACRW meeting: county emergency management, search and rescue

By Julie Church Special to The SUN On Tuesday, Jan. 10, the Archuleta County Republican Women will be hosting Mike Le Roux, the director of emergency operations for Archuleta County.…

2016 fall assessment shows mixed bag of results for district students

A report on the fall 2016 NWEA assessment for Archuleta School District (ASD) students shows that ASD students exceed the national norm at the upper grade levels for both reading…

Update: Wolf Creek Pass reopened 12:30 p.m., Jan. 6

Pass closed due to avalanche concerns, may remain closed overnight U.S. 160 Wolf Creek Pass remains closed due to avalanche concerns. The pass is expected to remain closed through day…

Americana Project presents singer-songwriter Nathaniel Talbot on Wednesday, Jan. 11

Americana Project presents singer-songwriter Nathaniel Talbot on Wednesday, Jan. 11

By Bob Hemenger Special to The PREVIEW The Americana Project class at Pagosa Springs High School has been presenting two concerts each year for the past seven years where professional…

Option for proposed 5th Street bridge rejected by town council

The Pagosa Springs Town Council voted unanimously against building a new bridge over the San Juan River at 5th Street at the town’s cost at its meeting Tuesday night. The…

Judge to review county’s 2015 executive session

A recording of an executive session that occurred in September 2015 will receive an in-camera inspection because of a complaint that was filed by a local resident. The order for…

Taking a look back at the year 2016

2016 was a busy and interesting year in Pagosa Country. There was no want for controversial issues, no lack of interesting news events to keep SUN readers focused on local…

Above and beyond the call of duty

Above and beyond the call of duty

Pagosa Springs Police Officer Logan Gholson receives a certificate of appreciation from Mayor Don Volger during Tuesday evening’s meeting of the town council. The full version of this story is…

Avalanche control operations set for Wolf Creek Pass Thursday morning

Due to the current snowstorm moving across the state, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) will conduct avalanche control operations to trigger potential snow slides and then plows will clear…

LPEA seeking applicants for Youth Leadership Camp

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) invites high school juniors to participate in the Colorado Electric Education Institute Cooperative Youth Leadership Camp — an…