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Tracks Across Borders Scenic and Historic Byway makes progress

The Pagosa Springs Town Tourism Committee voted at this month’s meeting to draft a letter of support for the Tracks Across Borders Scenic and Historic Byway (TABB). “It’s a new…

Connect for Health Colorado provides new tax form for customers

By Curtis Hubbard Special to The SUN Connect for Health Colorado is mailing a new tax form to all of its customers who purchased health insurance in 2014 to assist…

County, town work to combine tourism efforts

The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners took a step toward combining the county’s and the town’s tourism efforts earlier this week by voting to allow the board’s chair, Michael…

Bowl for Kids’ Sake set for March 14 in Ignacio

Bowl for Kids’ Sake set for March 14 in Ignacio

By Laura Mijares Special to The SUN Bowl For Kids’ Sake, Big Brothers Big Sisters’ signature fundraiser, will be held on March 14 at the Sky Ute Casino in Ignacio.…

San Juan Stargazers to hold first Winter Star Party with 20-inch telescope

By Joan Mieritz Special to The PREVIEW Our first Winter Star Party will be held Saturday, Feb. 21, with Saturday, Feb. 28, as a backup date. It will start at…

State forest service accepting seedling tree applications

By Ryan Cox Special to The SUN The Colorado State Forest Service, in conjunction with the San Juan Conservation District, is now accepting applications on a first-come, first-served basis for…

Resolution period extended on Village project

The objection resolution period for the Village at Wolf Creek Access Project has been extended for an additional 30 days, Deputy Rocky Mountain Regional Forester Maribeth Gustafson announced on Feb.…

Local man sentenced following 2014 death

Editor’s note: The SUN has chosen to not print the graphic details of this case that surfaced at the sentencing hearing out of respect to the families and others involved.…

Pagosa couple seriously injured in rollover

A longtime Pagosa Springs couple was seriously injured in a rollover accident west of Pagosa Springs on Feb. 16. Paul Day, 85, and Etta Day, 76, both of Pagosa Springs,…

Sales tax collections up 7.15 percent for 2014

Even though the weather has remained unusually mild and the season’s first significant snowstorm didn’t hit Wolf Creek Ski Area until the winter solstice on Dec. 21, just in time…