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Commissioners agree on fire-fighting costs

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer The majority of fires in Archuleta County have been declared out, but the cost of fighting those fires remains. On Oct. 2, the Archuleta County…

Authorities investigate possible arson

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer An Arboles house fire that took place late Saturday night is being investigated as a case of possible arson. According to Los Pinos Fire Protection…

Superintendent spearheads statewide curricula development

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer Mark DeVoti, superintendent of Archuleta School District 50 Joint, has spearheaded a statewide effort to develop model curricula that would be available to all school…

Town hires project manager, number of projects in the works

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer Keely Whittington, formerly of Gulfstream Group, was recently hired as the Pagosa Springs projects manager, according to Town Manager David Mitchem, who already had several…

Deadline extended for youth volleyball

By Tom Carosello SUN Columnist The deadline to register children ages 9-12 for this year’s youth volleyball program has been extended to 5 p.m. tomorrow. Registrations are available at the…

Planning ahead for 2013: the year you work on your business

By Mary Jo Coulehan SUN Columnist All around the community, government agencies, nonprofit organizations and businesses are planning for 2013. What will happen if the community tax base decreases significantly?…

Don’t seek treasure from the gold company

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer Individuals who sold gold and other jewelry to Treasure Hunters in April can no longer seek reimbursement from the company, which has declared bankruptcy. Treasure…

CDC director to work as advisor on Reservoir Hill finance project

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer Larry Fisher, speaking on behalf of the finance subcommittee for the Pagosa Springs Town Tourism Committee, came to the Community Development Corporation’s Monday meeting to…

Back in town, ready to take on Pagosa

Back in town, ready to take on Pagosa

By Darcy DeGuise Special to The PREVIEW As a fairly fresh transplant to our quaint, little town, it is no surprise to me that people love it here. We have…

K-9 team ends search

K-9 team ends search

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer A second search of the area where the remains of David Bruce Ritchie, 59, were found in September has been completed and is considered successful.…