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Wolf Creek Ski Area seeking boundary expansion approval

With the current ski season winding down and Wolf Creek Ski Area (WCSA) tentatively slated to close April 3, most people will transition their thinking to summer activities until next…

Pipeline mediation yields list of deal points, concerns about legal counsel

The sewer pipeline installed last year to pump waste from the Town of Pagosa Springs to the Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District (PAWSD) campus is one step closer to…

PSMC breaks four records in February, incurs penalty

February was a record-breaking month at Pagosa Springs Medical Center, according to Finance Committee reports. Treasurer Karl Irons listed the following highlights at the Upper San Juan Health Service District…

BoCC, Starr respond to ethics complaints

A local resident has filed complaints with the Independent Ethics Commission (IEC) against the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) and the county attorney. Complaints have been filed against…

Tuesday deadline for town ballots

Voters in the Town of Pagosa Springs should have already received their mail-in ballots, and many likely have already returned them. Those who are still holding their ballots must complete…

National workshop to address domestic and sexual violence to be held in Pagosa

By Carmen Hubbs Special to The PREVIEW The Archuleta County Victim Assistance Program is sponsoring a full-day workshop for faith leaders, advocates and community members to address how to better…

‘Legally Blonde’ set to hit the PSHS stage Tuesday

‘Legally Blonde’ set to hit  the PSHS stage Tuesday

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW Pagosa Springs High School will present the hilarious musical “Legally Blonde” (rated PG-13) at 7 p.m. in the high school auditorium March 29…

GriefShare meetings start April 2

By Beverly Arrendell Special to The PREVIEW GriefShare is a worldwide program that offers encouragement and hope for people who know grief that is caused by the death of someone…

Search and rescue mission in Piedra Valley successful

On Saturday evening, March 19, a search and rescue operation began in the Piedra Valley area. According to Mike Le Roux, deputy of Archuleta County Emergency Operations, emergency management received…

Bivens, McKain receive state emergency management awards

Bivens, McKain receive state emergency management awards

Two area residents received awards for their contributions to the community during the Colorado Emergency Management Association (CEMA) conference on March 7. Les Bivens, chairman for Upper San Juan Search…