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School starts soon — is your child fully vaccinated?

By Mark Salley Special to The SUN Before the new school year begins, make sure your children have the protection they need. Colorado students are required to have a number…

Pagosa Springs philanthropists invest $5 million in Colorado School of Mines’ policy institute

Pagosa Springs philanthropists invest $5 million in Colorado School of Mines’ policy institute

By Karen Gilbert Special to The SUN Colorado School of Mines’ premier policy institute for earth resources has a new name: the Payne Institute for Earth Resources. Thanks to a…

Items related to drowning recovered, investigation continues

Multiple items belonging to Grant Mildenberger, the 33-year-old who drowned in Lake Pagosa earlier this month, have been recovered, but the investigation into what happened continues. A boater discovered Mildenberger’s…

USJHSD eager to break ground on new clinic

By Casey Crow Staff Writer The Upper San Juan Health Service District (USJHSD) held a special work session on Friday, July 24, to discuss the progress of the hospital’s primary…

Common hoses no longer allowed at water fill stations

By Casey Crow Staff Writer The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) is now requiring that all public water stations remove common hoses. The newly enforced regulations have…

Pagosa Medical Center receives $100,000 donation from Jicarilla Apache Nation

Pagosa Medical Center receives $100,000 donation from Jicarilla Apache Nation

By Casey Crow Staff Writer Last week, the Upper San Juan Health Service District (USJHSD) received a check for $100,000 from the Jicarilla Apache Nation’s Legislative Council. The generous gift…

Council discusses pedestrian bridge damage

Council discusses pedestrian bridge damage

The pedestrian bridge that connects The Springs Resort to the Riverwalk behind the Archuleta County Courthouse in downtown Pagosa Springs will most likely need to be replaced, according to a…

Used book sale to kick off St. Patrick’s Shamrock Festival

Mark Saturday, Aug. 8, on your calendar and plan to be a part of the festivities at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church. The church’s annual Shamrock Festival promises fun, food, dancing…

Free concert series continues at Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts

Free concert series continues at Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts

By Diana Kelly Special to The PREVIEW Jazz musicians Kristy and John Cocuzzi, from the Sacramento region, will be coming to Pagosa Springs and playing a 7 p.m. free concert…

Ages and Ages, The Novel Ideas and Patchy Sanders bring youthful energy to Four Corners Folk Festival lineup

Ages and Ages, The Novel Ideas and Patchy Sanders bring youthful energy to Four Corners Folk Festival lineup

By Crista Munro Special to The PREVIEW The 20th annual Four Corners Folk Festival will take place Labor Day Weekend, Sept. 4, 5 and 6, on Reservoir Hill in downtown…