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Fair and unfettered trial

Dear Editor: Dear Senator Gardner, this is such a terribly critical time in our precious country. I am begging you to be very careful about how you represent us, your…

Water production drops 1.18 million gallons from last week

By Chris Mannara Staff Writer Water production from Jan. 10 through Jan. 16 was recorded at 10.25 million gallons, according to a press release from Pagosa Area Water Sanitation District…

2019 YEAR IN REVIEW

2019 was a busy and interesting year in Pagosa Country. There was no want for good news, bad news, controversial issues, and no lack of interesting news events to keep…

The residue in my cup

By Jan Davis Special to The PREVIEW Leah studied her favorite coffee cup and sighed. Years ago, she discovered the old mug tucked away on a shelf in one of…

A possible answer for the bullet

By Daris Howard Special to The PREVIEW Having found out during an MRI that I have a bullet in my arm, I thought back upon a possible answer as to…

Fire response

Dear Editor: I want to express my thanks to our local fire department. Last Thursday we thought we had a chimney fire. The firefighters and County Sheriff responded quickly and…

Three town council seats up for grabs in April election

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer Those interested in serving on the Pagosa Springs Town Council still have a few days to return a completed petition if they want to make…

Plaintiffs in lawsuit against county argue settlement payment was too high

By John Finefrock Staff Writer Three plaintiffs in a 2016 lawsuit against current and former county officials are arguing the amount of attorney fees they paid to settle the case…

Lady Pirates hand Centauri first loss of season

Lady Pirates hand Centauri first loss of season

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer The Pagosa Springs High School Lady Pirates basketball team picked up a pair of league wins last week, including handing the Centauri Falcons their first…

Snowpack totals remain about the same since last week

By Chris Mannara Staff Writer Since last week, local snowpack basins have dropped just 2 percent, according to the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). The full version of this story…