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Economy improves, county loses Enhanced Rural Enterprise Zone status

The Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation has received some much-needed support in recent months from the Region 9 Economic Development District of Southwest Colorado. In fact, Ed Morlan and Laura…

County pledges $3,000 for elementary school playground equipment

At its Dec. 16 meeting, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners voted to earmark $3,000 to help purchase new playground equipment for Pagosa Springs Elementary School, but not without…

Mark Aragon and Al Schultz win world team roping championship

Mark Aragon and Al Schultz win  world team roping championship

Not many people can claim they rescheduled Cowboy Christmas from the Fourth of July to Christmas, but Pagosa Springs’ own Mark Aragon and his father-in-law, Al Schultz, did just that…

Giddy up! ‘Chaps!’ is a hit

Giddy up! ‘Chaps!’ is a hit

By Tim Moore Special to The PREVIEW Thingamajig Theatre Company’s “Chaps! A Jingle Jangle Christmas” opened last week to a rowdy, sold-out crowd. Directed by Ryan Hazelbaker, “Chaps!” provides tons…

Town Park ice rink to open soon, events planned

By Tari Woods Special to The PREVIEW The ice rink is assembled in Town Park and we will begin adding water this week. The snow dance worked, so now we’ll…

Jeremy Metz

In last week’s article, “Hit-and-run remains unsolved,” The SUN inadvertently identified the victim of the incident as Jason Metz. In fact, the victim’s name is Jeremy Metz. The SUN regrets…

Town council meets today, appeals board on agenda

According to the agenda packet for today’s meeting of the Pagosa Springs Town Council, one of the items up for discussion will be the creation of a board of appeals…

Colorado legislative session 2015 gets underway soon

At last, with snow on the ground, it feels like December. That, combined with the increased frequency of phone calls and meetings mean that, before long, the Colorado legislative session…

LPEA seeking applicants for Cooperative Youth Leadership Camp

By Jeannie Bennett Special to The SUN La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) invites high school juniors to participate in the Colorado Electric Education Institute Cooperative Youth Leadership Camp — an…

Use these tips from leap to save on your home heating costs

By Kris Kitto Special to The SUN The holidays can be tough on a family’s budget. Gifts and festivities cost a lot and higher monthly heating bills pile on. This…