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October is National Women’s Small Business Month

By Matt Varilek Special to The SUN Women-owned small businesses are changing the face of entrepreneurship in America. According to the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO), over 9.1…

Williams announces run for secretary of state position

Williams announces run for secretary of state position

Republican Wayne Williams, who announced his run for Colorado secretary of state soon after Scott Gessler threw his hat in the ring for the governor’s race, stopped by The SUN…

Roth awarded Scott Kay Fund scholarship

Roth awarded Scott Kay Fund scholarship

By Devyn Doctor Special to The SUN The Scott Kay Memorial Fund is an effort dedicated to providing students in and around Pagosa with the opportunity to pursue their skiing…

Progress made on Dry Gulch Project

In the regularly scheduled meeting of the San Juan Water Conservancy District (SJWCD) on Oct.14, board chairman Rod Proffitt discussed the progress and tour of the Dry Gulch Water Storage…

Valdez appointed Archuleta County sheriff

Valdez appointed Archuleta County sheriff

There’s a new sheriff in town. More specifically, Rich Valdez is now Archuleta County’s sheriff following his appointment to the position by the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners Wednesday…

One charge filed in death case

Despite several arrest charges, only one charge was filed against Kevin Dale Max Maxwell earlier this month in District Court relating to the August death of Jesse Hanson-Colburn — tampering…

Drilling approved for geothermal project

The Pagosa Area Geothermal Water and Power Authority met early yesterday morning, and while the meeting itself lasted less than 10 minutes, the decision made marked a monumental milestone for…

Sales tax up 8.16 percent

The sales tax revenue received last week for collections made during the month of August totaled $713,414.92, an increase of $53,841.25 or 8.16 percent compared to August 2013, according to…

Grant received for Reservoir Hill thinning project

Grant received for Reservoir Hill thinning project

A group of interested citizens participated in a walking tour of Reservoir Hill conducted by forester Steve Hartvigsen on Oct. 4. The full version of this story is available in…

Rosa Cemetery cleanup scheduled

By Agnes Sanchez Special to The PREVIEW Members of St. Peter-St. Rosa Catholic Church, 18851 Colo. 151 in Arboles, are organizing a cleanup at the Rosa Cemetery on Saturday, Oct.…