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Public Meetings

The following meetings are subject to change. Monday, April 11 San Juan Water Conservancy District Board of Directors meeting. 7 p.m., district offices, 46 Eaton Drive, Ste. 5. Pagosa Area…

Fire season: PFPD responds to several calls

Fire season: PFPD responds to several calls

The Pagosa Fire Protection District (PFPD) has had a very busy week responding to seven calls, an animal rescue, and conducting a training with Pagosa Emergency Medical Services (EMS). According…

History museum closing announced

The Pagosa Springs History Museum will close its doors forever following this summer’s season. The board of the San Juan Historical Society (SJHS) has announced, when the museum it has…

Town voters opt out of broadband bill

Voters in the Town of Pagosa Springs reelected three at-large council members to new four-year terms, according to the preliminary results of Tuesday’s election, which were announced by Town Clerk…

Coulehan rehired as Chamber director

Coulehan rehired as Chamber director

A familiar face is back in an old place in Pagosa Springs. Mary Jo Coulehan, who served as the executive director of the Pagosa Springs Area Chamber of Commerce for…

Colorado Children’s Campaign reports child well-being statistics

The Colorado Children’s Campaign (CCC), a nonprofit advocacy organization, released its annual KIDS COUNT in Colorado! publication on March 22 with statistics on child well-being, education and infant health on…

Earth Week celebration planning underway

By Pauline Benetti Special to The PREVIEW April 22 is the 46th celebration of Earth Day. Each year, we are reminded that planetary survival depends on the actions of great…

Americana Project spring concert to feature Joseph Wooten

By Bob Hemenger Special to The PREVIEW The Americana Project class at Pagosa Springs High School is proud to announce its special guest artist for the spring concert series: the…

‘Wild West Jubilee’ to feature local musicians

By Carla Roberts Special to The PREVIEW The Wild West Squares teaching program invites you to a “Wild West Jubilee” free community dance party April 13 at 7 p.m. at…

State Patrol to hold teen driving information class

By Doug Wiersma Special to The SUN Parents of soon-to-be teen drivers, are you confused about Colorado’s graduated driver’s licensing laws? The Colorado State Patrol will conduct a free, one-hour…