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Charter school addresses food authority

By Chris Mannara Staff Writer At the most recent meeting of the Pagosa Peak Open School (PPOS) Board of Directors on Feb. 10, School Director Angela Crossland gave the board…

Important Medicare reminders for 2020

By Vincent Plymell Special to The PREVIEW As the year is still young, there are a number of important reminders that the Colorado SHIP (State Health Insurance Assistance Program), a…

Town hires construction manager for maintenance facility

By John Finefrock Staff Writer The Pagosa Springs Town Council voted to hire Alcon Construction to serve as the construction manager/general contractor to construct the town’s new maintenance facility. The…

Public Meetings

The following meetings are subject to change. Thursday, Feb. 13 Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District regular meeting. 5 p.m., 100 Lyn Ave. Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation public broadband…

CDC talks new campaign, broadband and economic development

By John Finefrock Staff Writer The Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation (CDC) Board of Directors is planning a campaign that it hopes will attract more members to the organization. The…

County vacation rental software to be implemented soon

By John Finefrock Staff Writer Archuleta County will soon have new software to help manage its vacation rental permit system. The county began requiring permits in late 2018 for homeowners…

Area snowpack down slightly

By Chris Mannara Staff Writer This week, local basins have a reported snowpack total of 102 percent of median. This is a decrease of 2 percent from last week for…

Berman announces candidacy for county commissioner

Berman announces candidacy for county commissioner

By John Finefrock Staff Writer Republican Nate Berman has announced his candidacy for Archuleta County commissioner for District 1. The full version of this story is available in the print…

Presidential primary candidate withdraws

By Joel Albin Special to The SUN Presidential primary candidate John K. Delaney has submitted a withdrawal form to the Secretary of State’s Office. The full version of this story…

Preliminary hearing reveals more details in Vista homicide

By Chris Mannara Staff Writer At a preliminary hearing on Monday, new details were revealed in the August 2019 homicide of Millie Mestas, 47, of Archuleta County. The full version…