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Hot Rize and the I’m With Her tour ladies to headline 20th annual Four Corners Folk Festival

Hot Rize and the I’m With Her tour ladies to headline 20th annual Four Corners Folk Festival

By Crista Munro Special to The PREVIEW One week from tomorrow, the Four Corners Folk Festival will return to Reservoir Hill for its 20th annual event. The event will once…

Local woman found after more than 36 hours missing

The search for a local woman who went missing late Monday evening, Aug. 24, had a happy ending Wednesday morning when she was found safe. The woman, Sandra “Sandi” Suzanne…

Archuleta County unemployment rate drops in July

Pagosa Springs Building Official Zach Richardson’s department head report to town council last week included a lot of good news — City Market’s remodeling project continues to move forward, Hometown…

Youth basketball will start earlier this fall

By Darren Lewis SUN Columnist The youth basketball for 7- to 8-year-olds will start earlier this fall. Registrations for this program will begin on Sept. 14 and go through Oct.…

Free and reduced-price meals criteria explained

By Robyn Bennett Special to The SUN Archuleta School District 50 Jt. this week announced its policy for determining eligibility of children who may receive free and reduced-price meals served…

Pagosa Springs included in magazine’s Sweet 16 Best Towns

By Maya Meredith Special to The SUN What makes the best town in America? To OUTSIDE magazine, it’s the kind of place with top-notch restaurants, vibrant farmers’ markets, friendly neighborhoods…

Plan approved for new condos on Apache Street

The tiny mobile home park on the corner of Apache and 5th streets in the south neighborhood of downtown Pagosa Springs no longer exists. The last resident has left. All…

Small Business Development Center to host Starting Your Business Workshop

By Angela Wirth SUN Columnist The Small Business Development Center will be hosting a Starting Your Business Workshop on Wednesday, Sept.16, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Durango…

Home sales decline during July

Experts point to traditional slowdown in the real estate market in late summer By Saul F. Rosenthal Special to The SUN Home sales were lower throughout most of the state…

Local student builds snow depth sensor

When the average high schooler enters their senior year, you will often hear them talk excitedly about taking fewer classes, enjoying social events or moving on to bigger and better…