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Town Manager’s contract remains unmodified

Staff Writer The final agenda item under old business for last week’s Pagosa Springs town council meeting was titled “Town Manager Employment Agreement Modification” and included the possibility of going…

Prescribed burn continues today at Chimney Rock National Monument

Prescribed burn continues today at Chimney Rock National Monument

By Ann Bond Special to The SUN  Prescribed burning operations will continue today, Wednesday, Jan. 29, on San Juan National Forest lands near the Visitors’ Center within Chimney Rock National…

Consumers at risk from data breach should sign up for free credit monitoring

By Carolyn A. Tyler Special to The SUN The Colorado Attorney General’s Office is urging victims of Target Corporation’s (NYSE: TGT) consumer data breach to sign up for the company’s…

Prescribed burn today and tomorrow

By Ann Bond Special to The SUN The Pagosa Ranger District plans to conduct prescribed burning today and tomorrow, Jan. 28 and 29, weather permitting, on 30 acres of San…

St. Patricks to hold used book sale

Special to The PREVIEW The Book Nook at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church will hold a used book sale open to the public this Saturday, Feb. 1, from 9 a.m.-noon.  Books are…

Pagosa to participate in Super Bowl weekend DUI enforcement

The Pagosa Springs Police Department is participating in the 2014 Super Bowl Weekend High Visibility Impaired Driving Enforcement (HVIDE) campaign. Officers will have designated traffic patrols for the enforcement period…

Bills focus on county districting, charter schools, communications

Besides my lawn irrigation bill that I adressed last week, I am working on other bills, some of which I will discuss in this column. One of these bills establishes…

BoCC appoints Lucero as board chair for fourth year

BoCC appoints Lucero as board chair for fourth year

Staff Writer In traditional fashion, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners made several beginning-of-the-year decisions at their first two meetings, including naming Clifford Lucero as chair of the board…

Legal Lines: Creating a trust to protect your pet

Question: How can I protect my pet when I am no longer able? Answer: You can help protect your animal companion by creating a pet trust. There are two types…

Commissioner visits D.C. in favor of legislation

Commissioner visits D.C. in favor of legislation

Staff Writer For the second time as a commissioner, Michael Whiting has represented Archuleta County in Washington, D.C. Most recently, Whiting was invited to visit the capital on behalf of…