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Charter school application: Answers from Oct. 24 work session

On Oct. 24, the Archuleta School District (ASD) Board of Education (BOE) held a work session to receive public input and questions regarding Pagosa Charter School Initiative’s (PCSI) application for…

Americana Project concert to feature Beth Wood Nov. 9

Americana Project concert to feature Beth Wood Nov. 9

By Bob Hemenger Special to The PREVIEW The Americana Project class at Pagosa Springs High School is an elective class that offers students a chance to explore and deepen their…

‘A Charlie Brown Christmas’ to kick off holiday festivities

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW Curtains Up Pagosa (CUP) is proud to open the season of Christmas preparation on Nov. 17-20 at Pagosa Springs High School with the…

United Way to host CD release party

By Bill Hudgins Special to The PREVIEW A CD release party for “Play For The Way — The Music Of Pagosa” will be held at Wolfe Brewing Company on Nov.…

Julia E. Tracy

Julia E. Tracy passed away Friday, Oct. 21. She was 43 years old. Julia was born Feb. 21, 1973, in Albuquerque, N.M. She loved being outdoors in the national forest,…

Timothy Joseph Heid

Timothy Joseph Heid, also known as “TJ” or “Tim,” perished in a Denver motel fire in April. His remains were found on Sept. 6. He was 28 years young and…

42nd annual Holiday Bazaar Saturday

By Peggy Andrews Special to The PREVIEW Kickstart the holiday season at the 2016 Holiday Bazaar — a Pagosa Springs tradition — being held on Saturday, Nov. 5, from 9…

Drivers may experience snowy driving conditions this weekend

The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) will have snow plows on the ready to clear southwest Colorado high mountain roads and passes this weekend. The National Weather Service (NWS) has…

Wildfires highlight need to use local wood

By Ryan Lockwood Special to The PREVIEW The large and destructive wildfires in Colorado this year, from the 38,000-acre Beaver Creek Fire still burning in beetle-kill timber in northwestern Colorado…

Reminder for parents and students: Check out college tax credits

By Karen Connelly Special to The PREVIEW With another school year now in full swing, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) reminds parents and students that now is a good time…