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Division of Insurance releases preliminary information on 2016 plans

By Vincent Plymell Special to The SUN The Colorado Division of Insurance (DOI), part of the Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA), has released preliminary information regarding the proposed rates submitted…

Keuning awarded Mojie Adler 2015 Scholarship

Keuning awarded Mojie Adler 2015 Scholarship

By Martha Peacock Special to The SUN The Archuleta County Republican Women awarded the Mojie Adler 2015 Scholarship award to Jacob Keuning. Keuning is active in a variety of different…

Lindblad to serve as SBDC interim director

By Malia Durbano Special to The SUN The School of Business Administration at Fort Lewis College announced that, as of June 15, Richard Lindblad will serve as interim director of…

Report shows greater need for access to high-quality preschool for Colorado’s children

Special to The SUN The U.S. Department of Education released a report recently detailing the unmet need across the country for high-quality preschool programs. According to the report, “A Matter…

Property purchased, downtown grocery store progresses

If all continues to go well, by August the downtown neighborhoods of Pagosa Springs will once again enjoy a full-service grocery store. “Thank heaven, we finally closed on Monday,” Hometown…

CDOT explains changes to McCabe Creek project

The Colorado Department of Transportation has not issued a statement or news release concerning its newest plan for McCabe Creek, but the topic has come up at a number of…

Human Services to provide school supplies for Pagosa students

By Casey Crow Staff Writer Archuleta County Department of Human Services (DHS) will provide the students of Archuleta School District with basic school supplies for the upcoming year through Kits…

West Fork Fire talk, tour June 19, 20

By Aaron Kimple Special to The SUN Communities affected by the West Fork Fire will gather to discuss the history of the fire, current conditions and what the future may…

Ron Gustafson named grand marshal for Fourth of July parade

Ron Gustafson named grand marshal for Fourth of July parade

By John Duvall Special to The SUN Local luminary Ron Gustafson has been chosen as the grand marshal of this year’s Fourth of July parade. A 21-year veteran of the…

Got green? Eco Art Week at Hands-On Arts Camp starts July 15

By Lisa Brown and Tessie Garcia Special to The PREVIEW For 21 years, Lisa Brown and Tessie Garcia have been providing fun, nurturing and creative art experiences. Hands-On Arts Camp…