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Water Conservancy District considering option agreement on Dry Gulch land

The San Juan Water Conservancy District (SJWCD) Board of Directors is looking to keep its options open when it comes to the proposed Dry Gulch raw water storage project. The…

Register now for baseball, gymnastics, tee-ball and soccer

By Darren Lewis SUN Columnist The Parks and Recreation Department is accepting registration for youth baseball for the following divisions: Coach Pitch ages 6-8, Machine Pitch ages 9-10, and Kid…

School choice: Offering students alternatives in education

School choice is a term for K-12 public education options describing a wide array of programs offering students and their families alternatives to those publicly provided schools assigned based on…

Scholarships available for youth leadership retreat

By Roberta Tolan Special to The SUN Leadership skills are not inherited but are developed over a lifetime of learning and experiences. The full version of this story is available…

Catch ‘Mary Poppins’ flying through town through Saturday

Catch ‘Mary Poppins’ flying through town through Saturday

By Becca Postma Special to The PREVIEW It’s not too late to catch the magic of “Mary Poppins” live on stage here in Pagosa Springs. The Pagosa Springs High School…

PAWSD: Cupboard bare, subsidy for affordable housing doubtful

During its work session and subsequent regular meeting, conducted on March 16, the board of the Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District (PAWSD) discussed extensively the possibility the district might…

Teachers ask county, town for funding from marijuana sales tax

Legalization of marijuana “may have contributed to a slight increase in use” among local middle school students, but does not appear to have caused a dramatic upsurge. The full version…

Law enforcement looking for community corrections escapee

Area law enforcement officials are on the lookout for a woman who escaped Hilltop House, a community corrections facility in Durango, on March 21. The full version of this story…

Sorority donates 500 new children’s books to Head Start

Sorority donates 500 new children’s books to Head Start

Local members of the Pi Beta Phi alumnae club visited the Mardel Gallegos Head Start Center in Pagosa Springs on March 17 to donate 500 new children’s books and to…

County’s unemployment rate increases to 3.8 percent

The unemployment rate for Archuleta County rose to 3.8 percent in January, with 6,157 people in the labor force and 231 of those claiming unemployment. The full version of this…