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Elks Lodge announces scholarship opportunities

By Sharon Camarca Special to The SUN Durango Elks Lodge No. 507 announces the Elks National Foundation (ENF) 2018 Most Valuable Student Scholarship (MVS) Competition. The full version of this…

Register now for youth basketball, gymnastics

By Darren Lewis Special to The SUN The Town of Pagosa Springs Recreation Department is currently accepting youth basketball registration for ages 7-8 through Oct. 2. The full version of…

Labor Day DUI enforcement underway

Special to The SUN Last month, 25 people were killed in crashes involving an impaired driver, the most in one month since 2014. The full version of this story is…

Construction-area businesses open for business

Beginning Tuesday, Sept. 5, Pagosa Springs will experience several construction projects. There will be a road construction project at the intersection of U.S. 160 and Hot Springs Boulevard to San…

Economic forum touches on rural resiliency

The Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation (CDC) hosted an economic forum on Aug. 18, with the topic of the forum being “Rural Economic Resiliency in Colorado.” The full version of…

Presentation today on opportunities, challenges to developing clean energy sources

By Karen Goodwin Special to The PREVIEW Today, Aug. 31, Dan Harms, manager of rates, technology and energy policy for La Plata Electric Association (LPEA), will speak about the opportunities…

Ropes used to rescue semi driver on Wolf Creek Pass

By Marshall Dunham Staff Writer The Pagosa Fire Protection District (PFPD) responded to a semi truck rollover on Wolf Creek Pass last week, with a ropes team being utilized to…

Students set to return to school Tuesday

Next Tuesday, Archuleta School District’s (ASD) buses will be back on the roads, transporting students to and from school for the 2017-2018 school year. The full version of this story…

No arrest made in shooting fatality

No arrests have been made following an incident regarding a self-defense killing that resulted in U.S. 160 being closed for roughly 15 hours. The full version of this story is…

County voters notified of personal data exposure

By Shane Benjamin Durango Herald assistant city editor The State Court Administrator’s Office is sending out 621,000 letters across the state notifying residents that personal-identifying information was temporarily available online.…