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Education center celebrates student accomplishments

By Julie Loar Special to The SUN Many family members and friends gathered Friday, May 31, as four students graduated from the Alternative High School Diploma Program that has been…

As summer approaches, water concerns sharpen

Staff Writer Discussions of water levels in Pagosa Country lakes, streams and reservoirs by our officials begin with the same comment: “We cannot make predictions.” According to the Natural Resources…

The Agility Show features area dog owners

By Dianne Killen Special to The PREVIEW Nick Sparks, host of The Agility Show, features Pagosa Springs and surrounding areas in an upcoming episode airing on the national network FamilyNet…

Last call for 2014 calendar photos

SUN Columnist Four seasons, thousands of acres of picturesque views, seasonal activities, abundant wildlife, and an opportunity to show off all of our community’s assets and share them with hundreds…

Skeehan, Keyes attend Colorado Capital Conference

By U.S. Senate News Special to The SUN Archuleta County residents Kirsten Skeehan and Kathy Keyes are attending the 2013 Colorado Capital Conference — a three-day event in Washington, D.C.,…

Monday registration deadline for gymnastics

SUN Columnist Registration for the summer session of gymnastics closes Monday at 5 p.m. Through an ongoing partnership with Pagosa Springs Middle School and local instructor Jennifer Martin, the Town…

The Heat is On produces DUI arrests

According to preliminary reports, there were 318 DUI arrests and five alcohol-related car crashes that occurred during the Colorado Department of Transportation’s (CDOT) Memorial Day DUI enforcement period resulting in…

BoCC exempts county for two years from Colorado electronic waste ban

Staff Writer The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners has opted to exempt its county landfill from Colorado’s electronic waste ban that goes into effect on July 1. The ban…

Chores for Quarters will bear fruit

By Keely Whittington Special to The SUN First-graders at Pagosa Springs Elementary School took on a big project this April when they started their community service project, “Chores for Quarters.”…

BoCC dismisses lawsuit, owner and PLPOA continue legal battle

Staff Writer The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners has decided to dismiss a nuisance ordinance lawsuit against a resident levied by the county in light of a lawsuit filed…