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Expert guidance available for student aid application

By Mark Thompson Special to The SUN Parents of seniors: Is it a desire that someone sit and hold your hand as you fill out the mother of all financial…

Storm causes power outages

Special to The SUN The relatively warm, moisture-laden storm that moved through Southwest Colorado resulted in numerous spot outages in Archuleta County, which kept crews of La Plata Electric Association…

‘Tenor’ enters closing weekend

‘Tenor’ enters closing weekend

By Laura Moore Special to The PREVIEW Thingamajig Theatre Company’s laugh-a-minute comedy, “Lend Me a Tenor,” closes this weekend with performances tonight through Saturday at 7 p.m. at the Pagosa…

Pagosan pleads guilty to wildlife charges

Pagosan pleads guilty to wildlife charges

Special to The SUN Colorado Parks and Wildlife has concluded a three-year-long poaching investigation involving a Kansas man who owns property in Teller County and his brother who resides in…

St. Patrick’s Book Nook to hold sale Saturday

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW The Book Nook at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church will be open to the public this Saturday, Jan. 31, from 9 a.m. to noon.…

New staff member joins Community Foundation serving Southwest Colorado

By Briggen Wrinkle Special to The SUN The Community Foundation serving Southwest Colorado would like to welcome Ricky Green to the Community Foundation staff. He is an AmeriCorps VISTA working…

BoCC approves banks, investment firms for county use

In dispensing with several beginning-of-the-year items of business on Jan. 20, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners approved banking and investment options for County Treasurer Betty Diller to use…

Chamber of Commerce announces community awards

By Angela Wirth Special to The SUN On Saturday, Jan. 24, the Pagosa Springs Area Chamber of Commerce hosted its 39th annual meeting. Ed Morlan from Region 9 was the…

BoCC holds work session on marijuana ordinance

The county’s marijuana ordinance was again the topic of conversation at a work session of the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners held Tuesday. The work session was the second…

Unemployment rate increases slightly

When the town and county finally received the correct sales tax figures for November and December, the results seemed to indicate that the economic recovery was beginning to slow down,…