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LPEA distributes unclaimed capital credits to area nonprofits

By Indiana Reed Special to The PREVIEW In an effort to make good use of idle funds left abandoned by former member-customers of La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) as unclaimed…

Hospital hires new COO

Staff Writer The Upper San Juan Health Services District has hired Kyle Kellum to be their new chief operations officer (COO). Kellum has over three years of senior-level management experience…

Just a few weeks remain in legislative session

Looking out the window in Denver, watching a snowstorm worthy of a freezing, wintery day, I wonder if Easter is really just around the corner or if maybe we’re back…

Mountain Studies Institute, Forest Health Partnership offer forest monitoring training

By Aaron Kimple Special to The SUN Forest health is a term we hear a lot about these days. We hear it in relation to bugs and wildfire and water…

BoCC waives recycling fees for Earth Week, awards contracts

Staff Writer Thanks to a request from the Southwest Organization for Sustainability, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners opted Tuesday to waive the fees at the county’s recycling facility…

County hires interim finance director, goes without planning manager

Staff Writer Archuleta County is again without a permanent finance director, and is set to continue without a planning manager. Now, the county is reassessing how to move forward with…

Forecast shows Colorado will experience strong job growth

SUN Columnist The Bureau of Labor Statistics recently released their employment revisions for 2013, which showed that Colorado added 68,100 jobs in 2013. The construction and tourism sectors were at…

Pagosa students spend spring break at state competition

Pagosa students spend spring break at state competition

Staff Writer Spring break was a little different for a bevy of Pagosa Springs students last week, with several successfully competing at the state level for SkillsUSA and Destination ImagiNation.…

United at last: Peyton gets his diabetes alert dog

United at last: Peyton gets his diabetes alert dog

Staff Writer Peyton Frank, a 7 year old with Brittle Type 1 Diabetes, walked through the Pagosa Springs Medical Center doors Monday morning with his new companion Commander, a specially…

Visitor Center on today’s agenda

Staff Writer The Pagosa Springs Visitor Center will be one of the issues up for discussion at today’s town council meeting, despite a decision at the April 1 meeting to…