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County pledges $150,000 for facility at fairgrounds

At a special meeting on Nov. 5, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners “set aside” $150,000 in funding to help construct a new facility on the Archuleta County Fairgrounds,…

Informational meeting on water plan to be held Monday

By Ann Oliver Special to The SUN Do you know about Colorado’s water plan? Have you heard of the Southwest Basin Implementation Plan? The Southwest Basin Roundtable invites you to…

Pagosa Waters lease agreement nearly ready for signatures

The lease agreement between Pagosa Verde and the Fairway Family Trust to allow exploratory drilling and, eventually, the construction of a geothermal electric generation plant was one of the items…

Bennet accepting applications for internships

By Philip Clelland Special to The SUN U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet (Colorado) is accepting internship applications from undergraduate students, recent graduates and graduate students for his offices in Washington, D.C.,…

Mashed potatoes: Wolf Creek Pass closes after 44,000 pounds spill

Mashed potatoes:  Wolf Creek Pass closes after 44,000 pounds spill

U.S. 160 traversing Wolf Creek Pass was closed for about three and a half hours early Tuesday morning after 44,000 pounds of potatoes spilled onto the highway. According to an…

Meeting set for Res Hill forest-thinning project

The proposed forest-thinning project for Reservoir Hill will be the topic of discussion at another public input meeting scheduled for next Monday, Nov. 17, at 5 p.m. in the Ross…

Local veteran serves in two wars, two branches of service during 24-year career

Local veteran serves in two wars, two branches of service during 24-year career

Retired Air Force Lt. Col. James (Jim) Haliday has the distinction of having served in two wars, of having been in two branches of the service and for having served…

Town board considers legal service options

Over the past few years, the Town of Pagosa Springs has accrued much higher than normal legal expenses, so, during the recent budgetary work sessions, council asked staff to research…

Homemakers to hold Day of Thanksgiving

Homemakers to hold Day of Thanksgiving

By Tozi Rubin Special to The PREVIEW On Nov. 13, the Mountain View Homemakers Club will be distributing checks totaling $5,300 to 10 local nonprofit organizations. This total represents the…

Prescribed Burn Today

The Pagosa Ranger District will be prescribed burning a small 28-acre unit in the Chimney Rock area today, Nov. 12.  Some smoke may be visible from Colo. 151, U.S. 160…