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Summer solicitors: What to watch for with door-to-door

By Stephanie Carroll Carson Special to The PREVIEW Warmer weather comes along with summer, and so do the door-to-door solicitors. While many operate fairly and honestly, there are ways to…

Town Council lets the sun shine in

Staff Writer Things are starting to change around here. Since Pagosa Springs Mayor Don Volger took over the reins from former mayor Ross Aragon, each town council meeting now begins…

Rural Philanthropy Days by the numbers

Staff Writer Southwest Rural Philanthropy Days took place in Pagosa Springs June 11-13, allowing funders from the Front Range and eastern Colorado to spend time with nonprofit and government agencies…

State discusses supporting Dry Gulch

Staff Writer Board members of the San Juan Water Conservancy District (SJWCD) convened Monday to receive updates about the Dry Gulch Project, the state water plan, regional roundtable efforts and…

Town considers plan to purchase Visitor Center building

Staff Writer If there are no last-minute surprises or misunderstandings at today’s council meeting, the Town of Pagosa Springs and the Chamber of Commerce may at long last have an…

Biz Beat-Summer Phillips, Goldsmith

Biz Beat-Summer Phillips, Goldsmith

Celebrating 18 years in Pagosa Springs, Summer Phillips, Goldsmith, is proud to announce the grand opening of her new expanded gallery and studio this Saturday. The gallery and showroom will…

$5.5 million in funding to help Colorado small businesses

By Holly Shrewsbury Special to The SUN The U.S. Treasury Department announced the transfer of $5,567,137 in State Small Business Credit Initiative (SSBCI) funds to the Colorado Office of Economic…

Pregnancy Support Center welcomes new director

Pregnancy Support Center welcomes new director

By Kate Kelley Special to The PREVIEW It’s Thursday at the Pagosa Pregnancy Support Center. If you walk into the center and take a look around, you’ll see lots of…

Sheriff, commissioner candidates field questions at LWV forum

Staff Writer In anticipation of Tuesday’s primary election, in which only the Republicans will vote for contested races — sheriff and commissioner — the League of Women Voters hosted a…

Soccer

Soccer

Photo courtesy Lindsey Kurt-Mason The Pagosa Springs High School girls’ soccer team held its end of year banquet recently and although the entire team put in a Herculean effort this…