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LPEA crews work to restore power to county residents

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN Many residents in Archuleta County spent a good portion of their Sunday (Mar. 2) without electrical power as the much-welcomed snow storm left…

Area high school students to visit Washington DC courtesy of LPEA

Area high school students Kaycee Bennett of Pagosa Springs and Logan Graham of Durango have been selected to represent La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) as part of the National Rural…

Sen. Bennet announces summer internship application process

U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, of Colorado, is accepting internship applications from undergraduate students, recent graduates and graduate students for his Washington, D.C. and Colorado offices. In Colorado, internships are available…

Whiting seeks re-election as county commissioner

Whiting seeks re-election as county commissioner

Staff Writer Michael Whiting is officially seeking re-election as Archuleta County commissioner for District 3. “I see a bright future for us. All of us. People, businesses, and money (local…

CEO to leave La Plata Electric Association in July

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN Greg W. Munro, the chief executive officer of La Plata Electric Association (LPEA), has announced he will step down from his position in…

CDC meeting to discuss barriers to progress

By Muriel Eason Special to The PREVIEW Please join the next Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation’s Community Conversation at the Ross Aragon Community Center on Monday, March 3, at 5:30…

Diller seeks re-election as county treasurer

Diller seeks re-election as county treasurer

Staff Writer Betty Diller has announced her intent to seek re-election as treasurer for Archuleta County. Diller, who completed a Master of Business Administration degree last fall using a county…

Battle over ski area water rights resurfaces

By Shanti Johnson Staff Writer In a vote on Tuesday, the Colorado House of Representatives passed House Bill (HB) 1028, a bill introduced to secure the water rights of ski…

School funding, forest and wildfire management current topics

Construction on the Capitol dome appears to be winding down and, as the scaffolding is slowly dismantled, natural sunlight is beginning to reappear in the center of the building. It’s…

Local constituents present at state capitol

Many of the bills I am sponsoring this session have advanced in the legislature. On Tuesday, the House unanimously approved HB14-1080 on third reading. I am proud to be a…