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Critter nest is likely cause of Hatcher Lake chimney fire

Pagosa Fire Protection District personnel responded to 13 Point Place in the Hatcher Lake area for a chimney fire on Dec. 16 at 3:24 p.m. According to a press release,…

Keep off the roads

This week’s adverse weather conditions kept law enforcement, emergency crews and tow-truck drivers responding across the region to numerous accidents. Area drivers were quickly reminded of the wrath of winter.…

Pipeline IGA terminated?

At the Dec. 10 special meeting of the Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District (PAWSD) board of directors, the board voted unanimously to not fund the line items in the…

The press stopped!

This week’s edition of The SUN and PREVIEW was partially printed in Farmington, New Mexico, by the Farmington Daily Times due to a press breakdown. The full version of this…

A time to celebrate and help others

Santa’s helpers from the town’s streets department, parks and recreation department and the Visitor Center have been busy adorning Pagosa Springs with festive holiday decorations and sparkling lights. With just…

Nothing to hide

Why should you care if your elected officials are holding closed-door meetings? Public business must be conducted in public. That is the law. In recent months, questionable executive sessions have…

Soccer Postseason Honors

Soccer Postseason Honors

Several members of the Pirate soccer team recently garnered postseason honors for their work on the pitch. Receiving all-conference honors are, from left to right, James Berndt, Mathew Breman, Gavin…

Volleyball Postseason Honors

Volleyball Postseason Honors

A trio of Lady Pirates recently received postseason honors for their work on the court, which helped the team advance to the state playoffs. The full version of this story…

Elected officials give thanks

For this Thanksgiving issue, we reached out to our elected officials who head up local boards to share what they are most thankful for this Thanksgiving. Town of Pagosa Springs…

Small can be big

Spending money in our community is a good practice. When you shop locally, your tax dollars have local benefits. There is more money for local parks, community improvements and public…