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Civil rights issues with USFS continue

Staff Writer Since the publication of The SUN’s article, “USFS civil rights compliance review results released,” on Feb. 6, further legal actions have been taken against the Forest Service. To…

Term limits require adaptation to loss of knowledge, experience

Change is in the air at the Capitol, I can feel it. We’re just short of the halfway mark, that is, if we go the full 120 days of the…

There are glimmers of hope in politics from time to time

Sen. Bennet’s Report It’s pretty easy these days to be frustrated with the state of politics in Washington. I often call it the land of flickering lights, lurching from one…

It’s time to prepare for March Madness for businesses

SUN Columnist We lost a little time in February working on all the changes that will be occurring at the Chamber in the upcoming months. However, we are back on…

Your spouse may be covered by Social Security

By Nicole Tiggemann Special to The PREVIEW If you have a spouse who does not earn an income or who earns less than you do, your spouse (including a same-sex…

Bennett to visit Washington, D.C. courtesy of LPEA

Bennett to visit Washington, D.C. courtesy of LPEA

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN Pagosa Springs High School student Kaycee Bennett has been selected to represent La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) as part of the National Rural…

LPEA board candidate election packets available March 17

By Indiana Reed Special to The PREVIEW Election packets for those interested in running for a seat on the La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) Board of Directors will be available…

Spring Break

Spring Break

Photo courtesy Jason Lombard/Wolf Creek Ski Area The storm that made national news with flooding in Los Angeles made its way west this weekend dropping massive amounts of snow on Wolf…

Rec center discussion continues

Rec center discussion continues

Staff Writer While the task force for the proposed Pagosa Springs community recreation center had no new information to report at Tuesday night’s town council meeting, several members of the…

Power outage affects thousands

Staff Writer Recent power outages in Archuleta County disrupted dispatch and emergency communications and left about 4,000 customers without power. According to LPEA spokeswoman Indiana Reed, Sunday’s snowstorm “caused approximately…