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CDOT to conduct avalanche control work on Wolf Creek Pass

The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) advises motorists that maintenance crews will be performing snow and avalanche control operations on U.S. 160 Wolf Creek Pass tomorrow, Friday, Feb. 23. Motorists…

Republican Caucus set for March 6

By Marilyn Harris Special to The SUN March 6 is the official Republican Caucus date. Attend your neighborhood caucuses and let your voices be heard. Republican precinct delegates will be…

Pagosa Peak Open School seeks permission to expand enrollment

Pagosa Peak Open School (PPOS) Director James Lewicki, along with board president Ursala Hudson, attended the most recent Archuleta School District (ASD) Board of Education (BOE) meeting on Feb. 13 to…

Resources reduce risk of high-intensity, large-scale wildfire

By Aaron Kimple Special to The SUN Southwest Colorado and Northern New Mexico offer an expanse of recreational opportunities and beautiful vistas. We are drawn to this area because of…

Charter school adds three board members

Charter school adds three board members

The Pagosa Peak Open School (PPOS) school board recently gained a few new members for its governing board.                   The full version…

Rural Philanthropy Days returning to southwest Colorado

Rural Philanthropy Days (RPD) is returning to southwest Colorado in 2018 after a four-year hiatus. The last RPD event was hosted in Pagosa Springs with resounding success. The full version…

Paws for Books beginning Feb. 26

Paws for Books beginning Feb. 26

By Lisa Scott Special to The PREVIEW Families, teachers and the community are invited to attend the Scholastic Book Fair hosted by Pagosa Springs Elementary School Feb. 26 through March…

Consumer advisory: Think about insurance before you hit snowy roads

By Vincent Plymell Special to The SUN Winter weather can be a challenge for all drivers. Before you go dashing through the snow this season, the Colorado Division of Insurance…

Pagosa students get out and contribute to citizen science on ‘Science on Snow Day’

Pagosa students get out and contribute to citizen science on ‘Science on Snow Day’

By Keith Bruno Special to The SUN The Great Backyard Bird Count (GBBC) enlists the help of citizens all over the world. Without the numbers of “professional” bird biologists on…

Time to move the Bureau of Land Management west

Over the past few years, one question I have often heard in the 3rd District is: Why are the federal departments that have jurisdiction over most western lands headquartered in…