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Plenty of vacancies and a new chart at the county

Staff Writer The vacancies are piling up within the Archuleta County government in the throes of budget season, and a new organizational chart is now in place. Over the past…

Arrests pending in assault incident

Staff Writer Arrests are pending following a Monday assault in the entryway of the City Market store. Archuleta County Combined Dispatch received several calls reporting an assault in progress on…

Forest Service to realign section of Piedra Road

Special to The SUN The San Juan National Forest will begin work in early October to realign one-half mile of the Piedra Road (Forest Road 631) about 14 miles up…

Final hunter education classes of season scheduled

By Don Volger Special to The SUN Hunter education classes will be held Oct. 17-18 or Oct. 31-Nov. 1. Class sessions will take place from 5:30-10 p.m. on Thursday and…

MAKERS Expo & Tour to put Pagosa’s talents on display

MAKERS Expo & Tour to put Pagosa’s talents on display

By Leanne Goebel Special to The PREVIEW Several of the most active arts-oriented nonprofit organizations in the southwest region of Colorado — the Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts, SHY…

FolkWest receives Colorado Creative Industries grant

FolkWest receives Colorado Creative Industries grant

Special to The PREVIEW Colorado Creative Industries has announced recipients for the 2013-2014 Colorado Creates grant program, with FolkWest included among the recipients. A total of 150 grants were awarded in 26…

One fatality in Tuesday crash

Staff Writer A New Mexico man died in an early morning vehicle rollover Tuesday. The accident took place on Carlee Place near Pines Club Place, with the car involved being…

Proposal made for geothermal power plant

Staff Writer At Tuesday night’s town council meeting, after presenting the preliminary budget for 2014 — which was based on Pagosa Springs’ share of projected sales tax revenues totaling $3,259,012…

PAWSD: Another ‘no’ to Dry Gulch

Staff Writer The Dry Gulch Project is one step closer to being off the table as far as the Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District is concerned after the board…

Pagosa affected by Federal shutdown

Staff Writer  The federal government shutdown that took effect Tuesday after Congress failed to pass a budget before the beginning of the new fiscal year has affected local government employees,…