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Coaches needed for Archuleta County’s Girls on the Run

By Mara Koch Special to The PREVIEW Girls on the Run Western Colorado is looking for volunteer coaches at schools in Archuleta County. This year, Pagosa Springs will have two…

Primary election information

Staff Writer Ballots for the June 24 primary election, which is being held as a mail ballot election, have been mailed. Early voting for the primary begins Monday, June 16…

Crews tame 4.3-acre Cabezon Fire

Staff Writer Archuleta County crews, with the help of neighboring firefighting crews, battled a 4.3-acre fire southwest of Pagosa Springs early this week. The fire was dubbed the Cabezon Fire…

Volunteers urgently needed for Rural Philanthropy Days

By Kirsten Le Roux Special to The PREVIEW The steering committee for Southwest Rural Philanthropy Days is urgently appealing for any service organizations or individuals in Pagosa Springs that can…

Biz Beat-Funky Trunk

Biz Beat-Funky Trunk

Donna Brooks, new owner of Funky Trunk, invites you to consign and shop at her fun women’s consignment boutique. Funky Trunk has jewelry, shoes, purses, swim wear and clothing from…

New hospital COO to start Monday

Staff Writer Kyle Kellum, newly hired chief operating officer (COO) for the Upper San Juan Health Service District, will take to his position for the first time this Monday, June…

Sen. Ellen Roberts to speak at ACRW meeting

By Sandy Artzberger Special to The SUN The June 10 Archuleta County Republican Women’s meeting will feature two speakers: Colorado Sen. Ellen Roberts and our Mojie Adler High School Scholarship…

Partnership to Build America Act looks at future infrastructure

Sen. Bennet’s Report Last month, I had the honor of attending the grand opening of Denver’s Union Station. The new transit hub pays homage not only to the miners and…

Governor signs geothermal bill in Pagosa

Staff Writer Gov. John Hickenlooper traveled to Pagosa Springs last Friday, May 30, to sign a bill designed to boost geothermal energy use in Colorado. House Bill 14-1222, sponsored by…

Pipeline costs continue to overflow

Staff Writer The Pagosa Springs Sanitation and General Improvement District continues to deal with additional costs concerning its agreement with the Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District to build a…