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Dry Gulch loan restructuring approved by Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District

By Casey Crow Staff Writer The board of directors for the San Juan Water Conservancy District (SJWCD) voted unanimously on June 29 to accept an agreement regarding the loan restructuring…

Town to discuss lines on Community Center gym floor

A plethora of pickleball players presented public comment to the Pagosa Springs Town Council at its most recent meeting. “Wow, we have a house full,” Mayor Don Volger observed. “Now,…

Colorado Community College System develops badge designation to improve students’ ability to gain employment

By Rhonda Bentz Special to The SUN The Colorado Community College System (CCCS) is developing a new designation to improve students’ ability to gain employment and to meet industry demands.…

Colorado proposes new legislation on state standardized testing

By Casey Crow Staff Writer The Colorado Department of Education (CDE) is considering significant changes to standardized testing for students in Colorado based on House Bill 15-1323. Key changes include…

Despite low fire danger, fireworks still illegal

While Pagosa Country might not be at the same levels of fire danger as in the last several years, those planning their Fourth of July celebrations are reminded that fireworks…

Supreme Court continues tax credits in Healthcare.gov states

By Vincent Plymell Special to The SUN Last week, in its ruling on King v. Burwell, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of the government’s position, meaning the advance…

Brown to speak at July 14 Republican Women’s meeting

By Martha Peacock Special to The SUN Colorado Rep. J. Paul Brown will be the speaker at the Archuleta County Republican Women meeting on July 14 from noon to 1:30…

Final week for ‘Shrek The Musical’

Final week for ‘Shrek The Musical’

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW If you missed the first week of performances of the Curtains Up Pagosa production of “Shrek The Musical,” you still have time to…

Rotary Fourth of July parade

By JoAnn Laird Special to The PREVIEW The start of an exciting array of events to celebrate the birth of our nation will begin at 10 a.m. on Saturday, July…

Suit filed over Village decision

Several conservation organizations have banded together and filed a lawsuit against two U.S. Forest Service employees and two federal agencies to halt the controversial Village at Wolf Creek land exchange…