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PSSGID approves budget Will dip into reserves by $238,141 due to pipeline issues

The Pagosa Springs Sanitation and General Improvement District (PSSGID) approved its 2018 budget during its regular meeting on Dec. 5. The full version of this story is available in the…

Ash refutes Weiler’s executive session comments

Pagosa Area Builders Committee (PABC) chair Larry Ash, speaking on his own behalf, sat down for an interview with The SUN on Monday morning to refute statements made recently by…

Area snowpack lowest in the state, chance of snow today

Local snowpack is currently the lowest in the state in terms of snow water equivalent, with the area including the San Miguel, Dolores, Animas and San Juan River Basins sitting…

A Nap in a Tree

A Nap in a Tree

This bear cub was spotted feeding off a deer carcass and following it up with a nap in a tree in the Arboles area last week. Typically, bears are in…

Second Thoughts

Second Thoughts

This deer has second thoughts about crossing the San Juan River about 19 miles down Trujillo Road on Saturday. Area rivers and lakes have been freezing over due to recent colder…

Small town, big laughs for ‘Tuna Christmas’

By Dale Scrivenger Special to The PREVIEW At many regional theaters, it’s not Christmas without Tuna. Tuna, Texas, that is. Since its 1989 debut as the second of a three-play…

Douglas James Ingram

Douglas James Ingram, age 60, died at home on Thursday, Nov. 23. He was born Sept. 13, 1957, in California. He lived in Texas and Arizona before settling in Pagosa…

No need for words: Hand drumming continues Tuesday

By Paul Roberts Special to The PREVIEW Join musician and music therapist Paul Roberts for a free hand-drumming class at the Pagosa Lakes Clubhouse on Tuesday, Dec. 12, at noon.…

History of the East Fork: Utilities stretch over the mountains

We continue with the history of the East Fork of the San Juan River. After Cumbres Pass opened in 1877 and the Denver and Rio Grande narrow gauge railroad reached…

Wrapping trees to prevent damage

By Darrin Parmenter PREVIEW Columnist In southwest Colorado, our coldest months are fast approaching. In December 2016, Pagosa Springs had nine nights that registered below 10 degrees, January of 2017…