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Brown fights for adequate funding for highways and buildings

Funding Colorado highways — maintaining existing highways and building new ones to satisfy the demand created by more people — and funding capital construction projects and maintaining state institutions like…

Celebrating Dr. Seuss and reading at Seeds

Celebrating Dr. Seuss and reading at Seeds

By Terri Hardeman Special to The PREVIEW Children, families, teachers and community members recently gathered at Seeds of Learning Early Care and Education Center for a literacy event to celebrate…

Town, county approve additional funding for geothermal exploration project

By Jim Garrett Staff Writer In a divided vote at its meeting last Thursday night, Feb. 18, the Pagosa Springs Town Council gave conditional approval to new funding for the…

Health insurance deadline nears for Colorado HealthOp customers

By Claire Ninde Special to The SUN San Juan Basin Health Department (SJBHD) reminds the public that most former customers of Colorado HealthOp can still enroll in new health insurance…

Beinstein to run against Tipton for congress

A Carbondale native will challenge Rep. Scott Tipton to serve as the U.S. representative for the 3rd Congressional District of Colorado. Alex Beinstein, in an email to SUN staff, stated…

DI calls for tournament volunteers

By Sheila Weahkee Special to The SUN Volunteers are needed to help celebrate students’ success as they showcase their solutions and compete for the opportunity to represent our region in…

LPEA college scholarship application deadline March 1

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN The deadline for high school seniors to apply for scholarships and awards available through La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) is Tuesday, March 1.…

Suspect in custody after multicounty pursuit

A multicounty pursuit occurred last Thursday, Feb. 18, involving a Santa Fe woman and several law enforcement agencies. In an interview with SUN staff, Capt. Adrian Driscoll of the Colorado…

Knights of Columbus Lenten fish fries underway

Special to The PREVIEW The Knights of Columbus is holding its Friday Lenten Fish Fry events through March 18. The fish fry begins at 5 p.m. each Friday. The proceeds…

St. Patrick’s invites vendors to sign up for booths for Irish Festival

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW March is right around the corner and with it is the annual St. Patrick’s Irish Festival at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church, scheduled for…