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A trial wraps up the 1892 Montoya/Howe Sheepmen’s/Cattlemen’s War

A trial wraps up the 1892 Montoya/Howe Sheepmen’s/Cattlemen’s War

Today we finish telling the story of the 1892 Montoya/Howe Sheepmen’s/Cattlemen’s War. Today we report the trial results. If you have been following this story in The SUN over the…

A brief war and a murder charge

A brief war and a murder charge

We’ve been writing about the Montoya/Howe Sheepmen’s/Cattlemen’s War that took place along the west fork of the, San Juan River where it crossed what we recognize today as the At…

The Sheepmen’s/Cattlemen’s War continues

The Sheepmen’s/Cattlemen’s War continues

Last week, we started telling of the Montoya/Howe Sheepmen’s/Cattlemen’s War. William Howe was a young cattle rancher who homesteaded along the west fork of the San Juan River on a…

Sheep, cattle and unwritten rules

Sheep, cattle and unwritten rules

Prejudice between Anglos and Hispanics existed during the early settlement of Archuleta County, just as it did throughout the pioneer west. A related prejudice between sheepmen and cattlemen was also…

11th annual Historic Preservation Youth Poster Contest winners announced

11th annual Historic Preservation Youth Poster Contest winners announced

By Margaret Gallegos Special to The PREVIEW What do you do with 205 pieces of paper? Take a Pagosa Springs scene that is close to your heart, draw it on…

‘The fight in Archuleta County was fierce and hot’

‘The fight in Archuleta County was fierce and hot’

We have been describing the bitter contest between Anglos and Hispanics for control of the Archuleta County government during the first years following creation of the county. Today, we continue…

The battle over Archuleta County’s government continues

The battle over Archuleta County’s government continues

During the first 15 years of its existence, competition between Anglos and Hispanics for control of the Archuleta County government was so fierce it attracted the attention of newspapers across…

Historic downtown walking tour set for Sunday

By Margaret Gallegos Special to The SUN Take a walk through the historic Town of Pagosa Springs on Sunday, May 17, with community members Twila Brown and Judy James. They…

An indictment for riot and a dismissal of charges

An indictment for riot and a dismissal of charges

We wrote last week about the friction between Anglos and Hispanics for control of the government of newly formed Archuleta County. When the first elected county officials met to organize…

Historic Preservation Month activities announced

By Margaret Gallegos Special to The PREVIEW Historic Preservation Month is celebrated nationally during the month of May, and is a tradition in the state of Colorado and in Pagosa…