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Chromo post office reduces hours

Richard “Dick” Neyen Sr., referred to by many as the unofficial mayor of Chromo, retired last week after 16 years as the Chromo postmaster. In a phone interview with SUN…

Addressing Colorado’s childhood obesity epidemic

By Stephanie Carson Special to The SUN Obesity is on the rise in Colorado’s youngest citizens. In the past four decades, childhood obesity has tripled in the state and Renee…

DORA reduces fees for electrical and plumbing inspections in response to growing demand

By Cory Everett Special to The SUN The Colorado Division of Professions and Occupations, a division of the Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA), announced a substantial reduction in electrical and…

Wolf Creek Pass tunnel gets new LED lighting, paint

Wolf Creek Pass tunnel gets new LED lighting, paint

By Nancy Shanks Special to The SUN The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) has a project underway to replace the existing lighting in the U.S. 160 Wolf Creek Pass tunnel…

Candidates to speak at Republican women’s meeting

By Sandy Artzberger Special to The PREVIEW U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, candidate for re-election in Congressional District 3; J. Paul Brown, candidate for Colorado House District 59; and Archuleta County…

TCAP results: GOAL Academy

Based on its results from the Transitional Colorado Assessment Program (TCAP), the state’s standardized test for students, GOAL Academy was classified as needing improvement. The full version of this story…

SBA’s Colorado office accepting nominations for 2015 National Small Business Week awards

By Christopher Chavez Special to The SUN For more than 50 years, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has recognized outstanding small business owners for their contribution to the American…

Ebola: Health officials following CDC guidance

Special to The SUN Colorado has no cases of Ebola, but the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) is following Center for Disease Control and Prevention guidance to…

LPEA once again warns customers of phone scam

By Steve Gregg Special to The SUN La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) is once again cautioning its members to not be fooled by any impersonator who is calling customers, claiming…

Volunteers make all the difference for Seeds of Learning

Volunteers make all the difference for Seeds of Learning

By Dee McPeek Special to The PREVIEW The decorations are being created, the wine has been ordered and the tables are almost sold out for the seventh annual Little Black…