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McCabe Creek bridge project scheduled for 2016

Town Planner James Dickhoff assured SUN staff Tuesday night that the Colorado Department of Transportation has no plans to tear up U.S. 160 at McCabe Creek near the intersection of…

Street reconstruction on hold, other projects planned

One major concern that has popped up again during this budget season is the sorry state of streets and sidewalks in downtown Pagosa Springs. Council member David Schanzenbaker has reported…

Republican Women to honor veterans at Nov. 11 meeting

By Sandy Artzberger Special to The PREVIEW Veterans Day is always a special time of remembrance and gratitude for our veterans at ACRW meetings. This year is no exception, as…

Chamber’s Business Bites is back

Business Bites is back. Join us on Monday, Nov. 10, from 8 to 9:30 a.m. at The Springs Resort Ecoluxe Hotel for “The 8 M’s of Marketing,” presented by Jay…

LPEA to offer rebates for professional energy audits

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN The La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) Board of Directors has approved a new policy and program to financially assist members who take the…

Informational meeting set on water plan

By Ann Oliver Special to The SUN Do you know about Colorado’s water plan? Have you heard of the Southwest Basin Implementation Plan? The Southwest Basin Roundtable invites you to…

County election: Whiting, Schultz

County election: Whiting, Schultz

The unofficial results of the Archuleta County General Election are in, with incumbent Michael Whiting retaining his job as county commissioner for District 3 over Republican challenger Ray Lattin, and…

Lady Pirates state-bound

Lady Pirates state-bound

The Pagosa Springs High School Pirate volleyball team poses with their plaque for winning last Saturday’s regional tournament. For the first time in a decade, the Lady Pirates are headed…

Veteran remembers extraordinary day

Veteran remembers extraordinary day

Everyone has a day in their life that something so extraordinary happens that the date is forever etched into their memory. One day that stands out for retired Lt. Col.…

Hunter safely rescued following two nights

An unidentified Parker, Colo., hunter who found himself turned around while hunting in the area of Beaver Meadows last weekend was reunited with his son Tuesday after spending two nights…