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Tax scams continue: How to spot suspicious calls

Pagosa Springs Police Chief William Rockensock is urging taxpayers to use caution as local officials have seen a recent uptick in incidents involving scammers pretending to be from the Internal…

Forecast: Hope for snow lovers

Decorations have been hung on lampposts and lights now adorn trees throughout town, but one thing is missing from the holiday decorations so far this season — snow. Pagosa Springs…

What’s Cookin’

Oatmeal Cranberry White Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe courtesy: Randi Pierce Makes: 2 1/2 dozen 2/3 cup butter, softened 2/3 cup brown sugar 2 eggs 1 1/2 cups old-fashioned oats 1…

What you’re thankful for

From family and friends to nature and pop culture, it’s clear that the readers of the The SUN and PREVIEW have a lot to be thankful for. The SUN asked…

Lady Pirates head into season ranked No. 2

Lady Pirates head into season ranked No. 2

The Pagosa Springs High School girls’ basketball team may still be a little sad that they fell just short of last year’s state title, but you won’t see that slowing…

Commissioners approve courthouse re-roofing project

The Archuleta County Courthouse roof will soon be under construction, to the tune of nearly $250,000. A portion of the courthouse roof over the courts and probation office was redone…

Village land swap receives tentative green light

Village land swap receives tentative green light

Rio Grande National Forest Supervisor Dan Dallas has given a tentative green light to a land swap between the Rio Grande National Forest (RGNF) and Leavell-McCombs Joint Venture (LMJV) that…

Ski area CEO pleads guilty

Wolf Creek Ski Area President and CEO Randall “Davey” Pitcher, 52, pleaded guilty to conducting work in the forest without a permit in front of U.S. Magistrate Judge David L.…

Cause of plane crash under investigation

Cause of plane crash under investigation

More than 1,000 hours logged looking for downed craft More than 1,000 man hours went into finding the Albuquerque, N.M., plane that recently crashed in southern Archuleta County, with that…

Couple arrested for credit card fraud

A pair of Pagosa Springs residents were arrested last week following alleged incidents that included criminal impersonation, forgery and theft, among other things. Holly Elizabeth Selby and Austin James Walker,…