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Changing of the guard at the Chamber of Commerce

SUN Columnist In the transition of the writing of the weekly SUN articles from Mary Jo Coulehan to myself, I would like to expand on an announcement that went out…

Middle school honor roll announced

By Jenifer Pitcher Special to The SUN The following students made Pagosa Springs Middle School’s third-quarter Honor Roll: Caitlyn Adams, Alejandro Aguilar, Faith Ahlhardt, Keanan Anderson, Conner Aragon, Kimberly Armendariz,…

McCabe Creek Bridge

Town planner James Dickhoff has asked for a chance to clarify his most recent report to town council concerning the McCabe Creek Bridge project. The $2.1 million increase in projected…

Little changes, big impact: green up the office for Earth Day

Staff Writer  In honor of Earth Day, this year on Tuesday, April 22, help your office go green by making changes to conserve energy, reduce emissions and save money. Flip…

Personal property must be reported by April 15

By Carla Elliott Special to The PREVIEW All persons owning, possessing or controlling taxable personal property with a total actual value greater than $7,000 (per owner, per county) on Jan.…

Mining conference to be held in Creede

By Emily Olson Special to The PREVIEW The San Juan Mining Conference will celebrate its fourth year of free, public education on April 24 and 25 in Creede. Held at…

J. Paul Brown chosen as Republican candidate for state House

By Ann McCoy Harold Special to The SUN J. Paul Brown is the Republican candidate for state representative from Colorado’s House District 59. Delegates at the six- county district assembly…

Hozhoni Days at Fort Lewis celebrates its 50th year

By Yvonne Bilinski Special to The PREVIEW Hozhoni Days at Fort Lewis College turns 50 years old this year. One of the largest and longest running events at FLC, Hozhoni…

Education, water, dissolving the Senate and an award

Last week, the Senate took up the budget bill and, as is often the case, stripped off the amendments made on the bill in the House. This may explain why,…

School board OKs new graduation requirements

Staff Writer The new graduation requirements proposed by Pagosa Springs High School Principal Sean O’Donnell sparked quite a bit of discussion at last week’s meeting of the Archuleta School District…