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High school music department annual fall concert set for Nov. 2

By Dan Burch Special to The PREVIEW On Wednesday, Nov. 2, the Pagosa Springs High School Music Department, under the direction of Dan Burch, will present its annual fall concert…

Americana Project fall concert featuring singer/songwriter Beth Wood set for Nov. 9

By Bob Hemenger Special to The PREVIEW The American Project class is in its seventh year as an elective class offered at Pagosa Springs High School. Each year, the students…

Annual Holiday Bazaar a fundraiser for local charity

By Peggy Andrews Special to The PREVIEW Save the date: The 2016 Holiday Bazaar is being held on Nov. 5 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Ross Aragon…

Trunk or Treat at Pagosa Bible Church Monday

By FP Artis Special to The PREVIEW On Oct. 31, the Pagosa Bible Church will once again host Trunk or Treat, a family-friendly, safe alternative to trick or treating. Open…

PSHS Drama Club to present ‘Sherlock Holmes’

Special to The PREVIEW An old classic will be brought to the Pagosa Springs High School (PSHS) stage in a new way beginning this Friday and Saturday, Oct. 28 and…

Adobe Building Fire: Preliminary investigation findings released

Pagosa Fire Protection District Public Information Officer Megan Macht released the folllowing update on the Adobe Building Fire: “Preliminary investigation findings have revealed the fire origin to be in the…

Public Notices 10/27/2016

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT HEARING ON November 15th  Veterans Memorial Park of Archuleta County, represented by Harold George, has applied for the Veterans Memorial Park Variances from Paving and Landscaping, on…

Annual Holiday Bazaar a fundraiser for local charity

By Peggy Andrews Special to The PREVIEW Save the date: The 2016 Holiday Bazaar is being held on Nov. 5 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Ross Aragon…

Festival of Trees applications due Monday

Applications for the Festival of Trees are now available at the Ross Aragon Community Center. This one-of-a-kind event is unique to Pagosa’s local nonprofits. It offers all local nonprofits a…

An entertaining account of early settlers

An entertaining account of early settlers

An early pioneer by the name of Jay Randolph Scott leaves us an early and entertaining description of the first settlers along U.S. 160 as it follows Yellow Jacket Creek…

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