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Low-income Energy Assistance Program now accepting applications

By Kris Kitto Special to The SUN LEAP is a federally funded program administered by the Colorado Department of Human Services (CDHS) that provides cash assistance to help Coloradans pay…

Parade of Stores kicks off Holiday Palooza in Pagosa

Parade of Stores kicks off Holiday Palooza in Pagosa

Christmas has arrived in Pagosa. The town and buildings are beautifully lit up with holiday lights to welcome all of our visitors, and Holiday Palooza festivities continue throughout the month…

World Craft Fair to run Dec. 5-7

By Carole Nasralla Special to The PREVIEW For three days this weekend, the ninth annual World Craft Fair will offer the Pagosa Springs community an opportunity to invest in their…

Planning commission to develop cargo container regulations

While no formal motion was made or vote tallied, the Pagosa Springs Town Council overwhelmingly agreed that the planning commission should move forward with the work it has done on…

Negotiations continue on Dry Gulch Reservoir project

Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District (PAWSD) scheduled a special meeting of the board of directors on Nov. 25 to develop a strategy for negotiations regarding the Colorado Water Conservation…

Despite some deficit spending, town approves 2015 budget

The Pagosa Springs Town Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to formally adopt the 2015 budget, set the mill levy, and appropriate funds for 2015. The town’s budget is broken down…

Compromise, collaboration a recipe for success in Colorado

While 2014 certainly brought our nation a range of challenges — the outbreak of Ebola in Africa, our fight against ISIL, Washington’s ongoing dysfunction — Coloradans have reasons to be…

Geothermal authority accepts nearly $2 million DOLA grant

The Pagosa Area Geothermal Water and Power Authority (PAGWPA) met Monday morning to formally accept a grant for nearly $2 million from the Colorado Department of Local Affairs (DOLA). According…

A village and a lynx

A village  and a lynx

An analysis of the project’s potential impact While the Village at Wolf Creek land exchange decision announced two weeks ago is, in itself, contentious, another aspect of the land exchange…

Tax scams continue: How to spot suspicious calls

Pagosa Springs Police Chief William Rockensock is urging taxpayers to use caution as local officials have seen a recent uptick in incidents involving scammers pretending to be from the Internal…