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Dispatch refinances equipment, predicts savings

Staff Writer The Archuleta County Combined District (ACCD) Board of Directors closed last Friday on a loan refinancing for the dispatch equipment, going from an adjustable-rate loan to a fixed-rate…

Salazar announces run for sheriff

Salazar announces run for sheriff

Staff Writer Tracy Salazar is announcing his candidacy for sheriff. Salazar, who works in the construction industry, said the biggest challenge he anticipates facing if elected, “would be the complete…

La Plata Electric Association honored for newsletter excellence

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) has once again been honored for newsletter excellence by the Colorado Rural Electric Association (CREA) for its publication…

Healthy hearts are top priority for PSMC

Staff Writer Elizabeth Howey, of the Pagosa Springs Medical Center Wellness Center, presented to the Upper San Juan Health Services District board on Tuesday on the cardiovascular outreach program spearheaded…

TTC and Chamber face separate challenges

Staff Writer The Pagosa Springs Town Council voted last Thursday to execute a lease agreement with the Pierce Mangurian Trust, the new owner of the downtown complex that formerly housed…

Local man arrested for meth possession

Local man arrested for meth possession

Staff Writer A Pagosa Springs man was arrested last Friday for possession of meth and another controlled substance following a citizen tip. Dale Trefethen, 56, of Pagosa Springs, was booked…

County’s unemployment rate higher in January

Staff Writer With construction workers busy placing the roof on the new Tractor Supply Company store this week, and still no official word from Wal-Mart about when groundbreaking will occur…

Over the Rainbow benefit supports Girls Choir

By Linda Parker Special to The PREVIEW Music fans of all ages will be wowed by the many styles and genres of music that will entertain them tomorrow tonight at…

San Juan Stargazers to study Native American constellations

By Joan Mieritz Special to The Pagosa Springs SUN Online On Thursday, March 27, the San Juan Stargazers will meet to hear Janet Clawson-Cano talk about Dine astronomy and constellations…

Pagosa Springs 9Health Fair offers health screenings

By Caroline Brown Special to The Pagosa Springs SUN Online We welcome the vernal equinox today, the first day of spring, which means, among other things, that the Pagosa Springs…