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Jelly Belly Boogie Band set to entertain at Monster’s Ball on Halloween

By Audrey Crocker Special to The PREVIEW Thingamajig Theatre Company is always on the lookout for exciting art happening around the community. If you’ve spent any time here, you know…

Pirate soccer postseason information announced

The seedings are complete, and the No. 5 Pagosa Springs Pirates are set to host the first and second rounds of the state playoffs Friday and Saturday at Golden Peaks Stadium.…

Warrior Wash Retreat coming to Pagosa Springs Nov. 8-14

By Stan F. Counsell Special to The PREVIEW It might seem just a catchy title, but the newly created Biblical ministry “Warrior Wash” is coming to Pagosa Springs. For centuries,…

Help bring joy to the ends of the earth with Operation Christmas Child

By Nancy Burke Special to The PREVIEW Shoe boxes are piling up around Pagosa Springs as Operation Christmas Child (OCC) kicks into gear. OCC is the shoe box ministry of…

Have you seen the splash of purple?

By Cheryl Bowdridge Special to The PREVIEW Have you seen the splash of purple around town? The businesses have dashed their windows in purple, purple luminaries light up the windows…

Adventures in learning

Adventures in learning

In 2013, teachers at Pagosa Springs Middle School got together and collaborated on creating an “adventure day” for the eighth-grade class in Moab, Utah. Now, two years and three adventures…

Celebrate Oktoberfest Saturday evening

Oktoberfest will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 24, at The View Restaurant. The event will be fun for the whole family. Join us for dancing…

Don your costumes for Saturday’s Halloween Carnival

Come out for an afternoon of fun from noon to 2 p.m. this Saturday, Oct. 24, at the Halloween Carnival. This is a fun, free, family event for kids of…

Sky View Motel closes, town’s building official finds fire code violations

Sky View Motel closes, town’s building official finds fire code violations

Anyone traveling up Put Hill in Pagosa Springs last weekend may have noticed bright orange and yellow signs on each door at the Sky View Motel. A closer inspection would…

Sidewalks and snow routes, it is time to think about winter

Sidewalks and snow routes, it is time to think about winter

While an observant eye could spy a dusting of white on the very tip of Pagosa Peak Tuesday afternoon, by yesterday morning all of the mountains surrounding Pagosa Springs were…