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SBA Economic Injury Disaster loans available to Archuleta County small businesses

Special to The SUN Small nonfarm businesses in 27 New Mexico counties and neighboring counties in Arizona, Colorado, Texas and Utah, including Archuleta County, are now eligible to apply for…

Area Agency on Aging offers gas and in-home care grants

By Kay Kaylor Special to The SUN Do you need help with gas for traveling to Durango or Tierra Amarilla for a nonemergency medical appointment? Do you or does someone…

Five candidates vie for three positions in Aspen Springs Metro District Board of Directors election

By Ronnie Zaday Special to The SUN The Aspen Springs Metropolitan District (ASMD) election will be held on May 8 between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. at…

Organizations partner for strong business community

For several years now, the Chamber has been the administrative arm of the Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation (CDC). The missions of the two organizations align in working to assist…

Emergency personnel respond to deceased man in car

Emergency personnel responded to a deceased person in a vehicle on the afternoon of April 10. The full version of this story is available in the print edition and e-edition…

Man threatens homeowners, resists arrest

The Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office (ACSO) arrested a man after he allegedly made threats to people and later resisted arrest on Sunday, April 8. The full version of this story…

Remaining Fairfield funds could be redirected

By Avery Martinez Staff Writer The remaining monies from the Fairfield Settlement Fund may be redirected to a larger project. The full version of this story is available in the…

Tickets still available for A Colorado Guys and Gals Hoedown with The High Rollers

By Pennie DeClark Special to The PREVIEW Tomorrow, Friday April 13, Our Savior Lutheran School will be holding its annual Colorado Guys and Gals Hoedown with The High Rollers at…

Health districts talk suicide prevention

For months, San Juan Basin Public Health (SJBPH) has been working with citizens in its communities to look at a problem that has become more prevalent in recent years —…

Citizens Bank of Pagosa Springs and TBK Bank announce plans to merge

Special to The SUN James L. Smith, president and CEO of Citizens Bank of Pagosa Springs, and Aaron P. Graft, CEO of TBK Bank, SSB, are pleased to announce the…