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BoCC performs end-of-the-year budget maintenance

In a special meeting on Dec. 22, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) approved resolutions pertaining to 2015 budget maintenance. Four different resolutions were presented to the BoCC…

Colorado needs a 21st-century open-records law

By Jeffrey A. Roberts Special to The SUN When was the last time you used microfilm or microfiche to find information? Does the phrase “on-line bulletin board” bring to mind…

Connect for Health extends enrollment period for former Colorado HealthOp customers

By Claire Ninde Special to The SUN A recent announcement was made by Connect for Health Colorado affecting local residents who have had their health insurance through the Colorado HealthOp…

Axis staff sheds light on behavioral health services

Two weeks ago, the new CEO of the Colorado Health Foundation made a visit to Pagosa Springs in order to spark discussion around the meaning of health and access to…

County issues winter reminders and tips

At a work session of the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners held earlier this year, Public Works Director Ken Feyen outlined a few changes for this winter. In addition…

‘White Christmas’ dazzles at Thingamajig

By Audrey Layne Crocker Special to The PREVIEW This winter, Thingamajig Theatre Company has outdone itself with a spectacular bigger than any show produced during the Holiday season. “White Christmas”…

Lawyer authorized to pursue legal action regarding pipeline IGA

On Tuesday, Dec. 22, at a special board meeting for the Pagosa Springs Sanitation General Improvement District (PSSGID), the board unanimously approved a resolution authorizing an attorney to pursue legal…

Pagosa to get first retail marijuana dispensary in town

The town of Pagosa Springs will be getting its first retail marijuana dispensary within town limits, and it will open Saturday, Dec. 26. In a public hearing during a regular…

Mix-up in vote process leads to electric bill hike

By Jonathan Romeo Special to The SUN La Plata Electric Association board member Bob Lynch scheduled a November vacation expecting the panel to take the final vote the next month…

Critter nest is likely cause of Hatcher Lake chimney fire

Pagosa Fire Protection District personnel responded to 13 Point Place in the Hatcher Lake area for a chimney fire on Dec. 16 at 3:24 p.m. According to a press release,…