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Relay Renaissance: wear your oldest Relay shirt May 11

By Debbie Jennings Special to The PREVIEW The next Relay for Life meeting will be held at 6 p.m. on Monday, May 11, in the conference room at The Springs…

Town Clean-up Week May 11-16

Dumpsters will be located at 703 South 5th St. within the streets department fence. The site will be open for dumping from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Saturday,…

Sunday Night Unplugged to feature talents of Charles Martinez

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW Native American flutist Charles Martinez will bring his exceptional musical skills to Sunday Night Unplugged at 5 p.m. this Sunday evening at St.…

Outside’s Best Towns Competition begins: Is where you live the talk of the town?

By Suzanne Byowitz Special to The SUN Outside Magazine is asking its readers to select the Best Town in America: the kind of place with top-notch restaurants, vibrant farmers’ markets,…

Negative factor continues to impact local schools

The Archuleta School District (ASD) budget projections for the 2015-2016 school year were presented by Finance Director Janelle Wood at the April 14 school board meeting. Currently, the ASD 2014-2015…

David McRee awarded Michael Maestas Memorial Scholarship

By Lori Lucero Special to The SUN The Michael Maestas Memorial Scholarship was established in memory of Michael (Mikie) Maestas, a young man with a passion for the outdoors. He…

Storm brings moisture, fires

The recent rainy weather brought with it several good things, among them water to help Pagosa Country green up, to raise the levels of the San Juan River and to…

New law aims to boost energy efficiency in commercial buildings

By Philip Clelland Special to The SUN Colorado U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet last week applauded the president’s signature on a bill that includes the bipartisan Better Buildings Act he authored…

Legislators scramble as session comes to a close

The legislative session is coming to a swift close. Lots of bills have been sitting somewhere and now we are saddled with the immediate task of hearing them on second…

PSHS sophomore heading for nationals in SkillsUSA

PSHS sophomore heading for nationals in SkillsUSA

Archuleta School District students are racking up the accolades as the school year draws to a close, with students in a variety of extracurricular activities earning their way to national…