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Electric cooperative to host scholarship Q&A

By Jeannie Bennett Special to The SUN To assist high school seniors and their parents with the application process for college scholarships available through La Plata Electric Association (LPEA), the…

Town adopts fee schedule

When the Pagosa Springs town council met Tuesday night, there were several routine business items on the agenda — setting the time, date and place for regular meetings; renewing the…

Enterprise Zone Contribution Projects approved for 2015

By Laura Lewis Special to The SUN Thirty regional organizations have been recertified as Enterprise Zone Contribution Projects by the Colorado Economic Development Commission. This designation allows donations made to…

County reviews marijuana ordinance, changes anticipated

Nearly six months after it was originally passed, Archuleta County’s marijuana steering committee is reviewing the county’s marijuana ordinance, which regulates recreational and medicinal marijuana retail sales in Archuleta County.…

‘Lend Me a Tenor’ to open Jan. 9

‘Lend Me a Tenor’ to open Jan. 9

By R. Eli Townsend Special to The PREVIEW You want a few laughs, a pleasant evening of light comedic diversion? Get yourself over to the Pagosa Springs Center for the…

Pagosan receives international prize for water

Pagosan receives international prize for water

By Larry W. Mays Special to The SUN Larry W. Mays, a resident of Pagosa Springs and a professor of civil and environmental engineering at Arizona State University (ASU), received…

Town discusses sidewalk issues

Two issues concerning sidewalks in Pagosa Springs came up at Tuesday night’s town council meeting. First, Town Planner James Dickhoff asked the councilors to accept an easement donation from Kyle…

Objection filed in Village land swap

A 96-page objection has been filed against the proposed land swap between the Rio Grande National Forest and Leavell-McCombs Joint Venture (LMJV) that would provide the needed land and access…

Flu season among worst ever in state

The flu is among the most common respiratory illnesses in the United States, infecting millions of people every flu season. Every year, the flu spreads across the country, from person…

Former employee files suit against county

A former employee of Archuleta County has filed a civil suit against Archuleta County in U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado, with that lawsuit alleging several violations on…