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Public Meetings

The following meetings are subject to change. Thursday, March 3 Archuleta School District public meeting for input regarding budget needs and priorities 5 p.m., Pagosa Springs Middle School library, 309…

Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership to host film festival, gala to build greenhouse

By Sally High Special to The SUN The fourth Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership (GGP) Film Festival will be held Saturday, March 12, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Liberty…

Local, state Democratic caucuses favor Sanders

By Jim Garrett Staff Writer Archuleta County and Colorado Democrats conducted a presidential preference poll at their caucuses Tuesday night March 1. Republicans caucused, too, but did not conduct a…

Donation options available on Colorado income tax form

Special to The SUN Colorado’s individual income tax form (paper or electronic) provides a way for taxpayers to make donations to nonprofit programs designated by the Colorado Legislature. The programs…

Seeds of Learning to present ‘How to Read to Your Child’

Seeds of Learning to present ‘How to Read to Your Child’

By Deb Jennings Special to The PREVIEW What strategies do I use when selecting a book to read to my child? What’s appropriate to read to my toddler, preschooler or…

Republican Women to meet March 8

By Martha Peacock Special to The SUN The Archuleta County Republican Women will be hosting a panel of high school seniors as a follow-up to the January program when Archuleta…

Making college affordable for Colorado families

High school seniors across Colorado are counting the days until graduation. Many are receiving college acceptance letters, details about how much school will cost and the amount of financial aid…

Tim Sullivan to headline Pagosa Springs Girls Choir fundraiser

By Linda Parker Special to The PREVIEW “It takes a village.” That’s a phrase that is often used when describing the raising of a child. While parents and teachers play…

20-percent salary increase for future elected officials

On Tuesday, March 1, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) voted to give all newly elected officials a 20 percent salary increase and a 2- to 4-percent cost…

5th Street bridge work session March 17

By Jim Garrett Staff Writer At the Pagosa Springs Town Council meeting on March 1, Mayor Don Volger announced details regarding the March 17 public work session on the projected…