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Loaves and Fishes seeking volunteers

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW Loaves and Fishes of Archuleta County, a nonprofit organization that provides a free hot lunch every Thursday from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.…

World premiere of ‘universUS’ Jan. 21

By Laura Moore Special to The PREVIEW The original music and dance modern ballet, “universUS,” conceived by Ryan Hazelbaker and Steven Sitzman, will be performed for one night only at…

Veterans’ town hall meeting scheduled for Feb. 4 in Durango

By William Armstrong Special to The PREVIEW All veterans are invited to attend a town hall meeting on Feb. 4 in Durango. Veterans and their family members will be able…

Pregnancy Center to hold open house Sunday, Jan. 18

By Kay Dean Special to The PREVIEW On Sunday, Jan. 18, the Pagosa Pregnancy Support Center will commemorate National Sanctity of Human Life Sunday (SOHLS) to raise awareness of the…

Archuleta County to hold marijuana work session

The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners has scheduled a work session to discuss the county’s marijuana ordinance. The full version of this story is available in the print edition…

Chamber annual meeting set for Jan. 24

By Angela Wirth SUN Columnist As we begin 2015, the Pagosa Springs Area Chamber of Commerce is already gearing up for our upcoming events to kick off the new year.…

Resolve to find a business mentor in 2015

By Matt Varilek Special to The SUN Finding a great mentor is one of the smartest moves an entrepreneur can make to boost their chances of success. If your New…

Pagosa Verde is in hot water, literally

Kirsten Skeehan from Pagosa Verde, LLC, provided the Pagosa Area Geothermal Water and Power Authority (PAGWAPA) with a report on the progress of the drilling operation currently underway near Light…

COGCC announces new streamlined process for public to submit complaints

By Todd Hartman Special to The SUN The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC)announces a new, more streamlined process for handling public complaints related to oil and gas development.…

County’s elected officials, judge sworn in

County’s elected officials, judge sworn in

Despite snowfall amounts and road conditions that closed Archuleta County offices, the majority of Archuleta County’s elected officials who were elected or re-elected in the November election took their oaths…