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BoCC paves way for gasification plant, sawmill site near airport

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer The Sustainable Forest Development Minor Subdivision received final plat approval Tuesday afternoon, further paving the way for Renewable Forest Energy, LLC to develop the site…

2013 SunDowner signups scheduled for Oct. 1

By Mary Jo Coulehan SUN Columnist Do you have a new business; a business that has added product or completed some renovations on the property? Does your business need a…

Last chance to enroll in marketing class

By Marcy Mitchell Special to The SUN The deadline to register for the Marketing for Smarties Class is Sept. 28. There is limited seating, so contact Lynn Asano at Asano_l@fortlewis.edu…

Community projects can measure economic impact

By Terry Blair-Burton Special to The SUN The Region 9 Economic Development District of Southwest Colorado is now offering IMPLAN economic modeling in the region.  MIG, Inc. is the source…

New county park gets a name

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer One of Archuleta County’s newest parks now has an official name — Cloman Community Park. The park is located at the end of Cloman Boulevard,…

‘A Vision of Transforming Education’

By John Graves Special to The PREVIEW On Sunday, Sept. 23, The Pagosah Unitarian Universalist Fellowship service topic will be “A Vision of Transforming Education,” presented by Julie Loar, director…

Banner applications being accepted by town

The Town of Pagosa Springs is accepting applications from groups and event organizers for banners that will hang over Hot Springs Boulevard in 2013. Applications and rules can be found…

Officials ID remains found Tuesday

Archuleta County Coroner Carl Macht announced this morning that human remains found Tuesday in the area of Beaver Meadows, in western Archuleta County, were confirmed through the use of dental…

Human remains found, investigation continues

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer Human remains were found Tuesday afternoon in the area of Beaver Meadows, in western Archuleta County. Archuleta County Coroner Carl Macht said the remains were…

Suspect in court, standoff explained

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer The suspect in last week’s 26-hour standoff made his first appearance in court last Thursday. Mark Trail, 59, was in custody and present for a…