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Ring in the New Year at masquerade ball

By Audrey Layne Crocker Special to The PREVIEW New Year’s Eve is one of the most celebratory days across the world. From country to country, there are massive crowds gathering…

Do you have a sick computer?

Do you have a sick computer, and can’t afford to get it fixed? We want to help you. Computer Fix-It-Free Day is Saturday, Jan. 16, from 9 a.m. to 3…

Report: Archuleta County expected to grow by 83 percent over next 25 years

By Bente Birkeland Rocky Mountain Community Radio and Burt Hubbard, Rocky Mountain PBS News “Colorful Colorado” may one day need to be referred to as “Crowded Colorado” given the number…

Winter has arrived: Snow-related etiquette, responsibilities

Special to The SUN With the snowstorm of the past two weeks, residents and business owners are reminded of proper snow-related etiquette and responsibilities within the Town of Pagosa Springs.…

Town Park playground reopens with new equipment

By Darren Lewis SUN Columnist The new playground at Town Park has been completed and that area of the park has been reopened. Youth basketball 9-12 Registration for 9-12 youth…

Voting continues for chamber board members

By Clint Alley SUN Columnist The Chamber’s annual meeting will be held at the Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts on Jan. 23. There will be catered food and live…

Balancing the budget: Robbing Peter to pay Paul

The big issue this year for the Colorado General Assembly will be balancing the 2016-2017 budget. There are several factors, issues created by laws and constitutional amendments passed by either…

BoCC performs end-of-the-year budget maintenance

In a special meeting on Dec. 22, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) approved resolutions pertaining to 2015 budget maintenance. Four different resolutions were presented to the BoCC…

Colorado needs a 21st-century open-records law

By Jeffrey A. Roberts Special to The SUN When was the last time you used microfilm or microfiche to find information? Does the phrase “on-line bulletin board” bring to mind…

Connect for Health extends enrollment period for former Colorado HealthOp customers

By Claire Ninde Special to The SUN A recent announcement was made by Connect for Health Colorado affecting local residents who have had their health insurance through the Colorado HealthOp…