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Town establishes snow routes, parking prohibitions

Staff Writer Pagosa Springs’ town manager David Mitchem now has the authority to order that “No Parking” signs be placed along the town’s designated snow routes after town council passed…

Pagosa business named as Colorado’s top outdoor lifestyle entrepreneur

Courtesy Wright Award Pagosa Springs-based VOORMI, a new-to-the-scene innovator of domestically sourced, precision blended wool, has been named the winner of the 2013 Something Independent Wright Award. Selected from a…

Birth-Archuleta/Gallegos

Birth-Archuleta/Gallegos

Archuleta-Gallegos Hailey Archuleta and Jeremy P. Gallegos are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Brylin Avery. Brylin was welcomed into the world on Sept. 21, 2013, at 12:13…

Local-Pajak

Local-Pajak

Photo courtesy Gabby Pajak Former Pagosa Springs High School student and Boettcher Scholarship winner Gabrielle Pajak nominated PSHS faculty member Connie O’Donnell for the teacher recognition award and grant from…

Pagosa Marines to celebrate Corps’ birthday

By Sepp Ramsperger Special to The SUN November 10 marks the 238th birthday of our Corps. We honor that date with a Celebration of Remembrance. We, the Pagosa Springs Marines,…

KJ Denhert, Americana Project concert on Tuesday

KJ Denhert, Americana Project concert on Tuesday

By Taylor MacGruder Special to The PREVIEW Anyone ready to get their groove on? On Tuesday, Nov. 5, Pagosa Springs High School is honored to have the one and only…

Free showing of acclaimed documentary

By Jean Strahlendorf Special to The PREVIEW On Friday, Nov. 8, “The House I Live In,” one of the most acclaimed documentaries of 2012, will be shown free of charge…

Obituary-Edwin R. Stegner

Obituary-Edwin R. Stegner

Edwin R. Stegner, age 88, passed away peacefully at his home in Cooper County, Mo., on Friday, Oct. 25, 2013, near the family farm where he was born and raised.…

Salvation Army serves Archuleta County

By Nancy Rea Special to The SUN Hope is what carries us through the difficult times in our lives. The Salvation Army, with its motto of, “Meet the need at…

Be careful with carbon monoxide

By Roberta Tolan SUN Columnist You cannot see or smell carbon monoxide (CO), but at high levels it can kill a person in minutes. It is the leading cause of…