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Isgar, Hoppe did their part, we must do ours

It was with great sadness that I learned of the passing of the former state senator of the 6th District, Jim Isgar. He was not only one of the great…

LPEA’s reduced time-of-use ‘off peak’ rates in effect

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN Members of La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) on the time-of-use (TOU) rate will enjoy a lower cost when using electricity in “off-peak” periods.…

Award-winning environmental films to benefit Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership’s construction

Award-winning environmental films to benefit Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership’s construction

Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership’s (GGP) construction on the San Juan River began in August 2015 with the site preparation for three greenhouses. The nonprofit GGP brings the Colorado Environmental Film Festival…

Lady Pirates fall to Centauri Falcons 35-36

The fourth time was the charm for the No. 9 Centauri Falcons, who defeated the No. 1 Lady Pirates by a single point in this morning’s quarterfinal game of the…

Friday’s ‘Over the Rainbow’ to benefit Girls Choir

By Linda Parker Special to The PREVIEW The wine has arrived, the table decorations are ready and the baskets have been wrapped in preparation for the Pagosa Springs Girls Choir’s…

Hoedown with The High Rollers for a good cause

By Pennie DeClark Special to The PREVIEW Tickets are going fast for Our Savior Lutheran fundraiser, “A Colorado Guys and Gals Country Hoedown with The High Rollers,” on March 19.…

TABOR question to appear on PAWSD ballot, four vie for three board seats

During a special meeting for the Pagosa Area Waters and Sanitation District (PAWSD) held on March 4, the board of directors voted to authorize an election on the question of…

Cell tower hearing continued to May

At a special meeting held March 8, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) voted to continue a land use regulation hearing for an application for a cell tower…

Colorado caucuses lead to calls for reform

By Jim Garrett Staff Writer Last week, 353 registered Republicans attended precinct caucuses in Archuleta County, but unlike their counterparts attending Democrat caucuses, had no formal opportunity to express a…

BoCC obtains different legal counsel for lawsuit

The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) will bring on new legal services for the purpose of defending the board and the county attorney against a complaint filed by…