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Poetry reading, competition Nov. 10 at the library

By Trina Rivera Special to The PREVIEW Poetry is an art in which one can express themselves through an entanglement of beautifully placed words. In just under two weeks, you’ll…

Pirate harriers place ninth, 15th at state

The Pagosa Springs High School harriers took part in Saturday’s state cross-country meet in Colorado Springs, with the girls’ squad claiming a ninth-place finish and the boys’ squad garnering 15th.…

Pirate soccer advances to quarterfinals

In a come-from-behind, 4-2 win over the Jefferson Academy Jaguars Saturday afternoon, the Pagosa Springs Pirates earned a spot in the 3A quarterfinals. The Pirates trailed the Jaguars 0-2 at…

Monster’s Ball: An evening of spooky fun

By Audrey Crocker Special to The PREVIEW Thingamajig Theatre Company has turned its beautiful lobby (once Tarzan’s jungle) into a creepy, crawly, haunted forest. Tanya Quinn, local artist and all-around-brilliant…

Pirate soccer update

Pirate soccer update

The still-undefeated No. 5 Pagosa Springs Pirates defeated No. 28 Dawson School by a score of 3-0 Friday afternoon, earning a spot in the second round of the state playoffs.…

Wolf Creek Ski Area opens tomorrow

Wolf Creek will be open for skiing and snowboarding on Saturday, Oct. 31 and Sunday, Nov. 1, with the Nova Lift operating from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Lift tickets…

Final weekend for Thingamajig’s ‘The Pillowman’

By Audrey Crocker Special to The PREVIEW Any time a patron enters a theater, he is inundated with a lot of information. Thingamajig Theatre Company is no different. Located in…

Sign up now for economic forum and ‘Preparing for an El Niño Winter’

By Clint Alley SUN Columnist “Preparing for an El Niño Winter” will be the topic for the November Business Bites. Thad McKain, director of emergency management for Archuleta County, will…

Input for Community Development Action Plan due Nov. 13

By Marshall Dunham Staff Writer Public comment is currently being accepted through Nov. 13 on the draft of Archuleta County’s Community Development Action Plan (CDAP). The CDAP is a document…

County chooses contract for developmental services software

By Marshall Dunham Staff Writer The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) is purchasing new software for the Development Services (building and planning) Department. In a regular meeting held…