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Pagosa Peak Open School to offer enrollment presentations

By Ursala Hudson Special to The SUN Pagosa’s new charter school — Pagosa Peak Open School — has scheduled three public presentations during January and February, to allow parents and…

Computer on the blink? Fix-It-Free day set for Jan. 21

By Lois Lee Special to The PREVIEW The goal of the Computer Fix-It-Free Day is to provide free technical assistance to members of our community who would otherwise not be…

One-man Streisand comedy to hit PSCA stage Jan. 13

By R. Eli Townsend Special to The PREVIEW Thingamajig Theatre Company is ringing in the new year with one of Broadway’s most recent beloved comedy hits, “Buyer and Cellar.” The…

Section of South 8th Street to close

Beginning tomorrow, Jan. 13, a section of South 8th Street will be closed until better weather allows for maintenance to be performed on the road. The full version of this…

More winter weather on the way

More winter weather on the way

Pagosa Springs area residents experienced a mixed bag of weather over the past week, including rain, freezing rain and snow, with more of the same pattern in the forecast. The…

Increased housing density, smaller lot sizes considered

At its meeting on Jan. 3, the Pagosa Springs Town Council approved on first reading an ordinance that would allow increased housing density and smaller lot sizes in parts of…

Come talk about art in Pagosa

By Rachel Novak Special to The SUN The Town of Pagosa Springs is currently in the process of updating its comprehensive plan and with that process will come several public…

Geothermal exploration funding terminated

The Colorado Department of Local Affairs (DOLA) has nixed efforts of Archuleta County and the Town of Pagosa Springs to “repurpose” nearly 75 percent of a $1.9 million DOLA grant…

Closing the gap: Residents express views on Riverwalk

Closing the gap: Residents express views on Riverwalk

The 2017 Goals and Objectives set by the Pagosa Springs Town Council specify completion of the downtown Riverwalk, by closing a quarter-mile gap, as a critical objective for the town.…

Homemakers to present fascinating Alaskan travel stories

By Tozi Rubin Special to The PREVIEW Mountain View Homemakers member Arlie Swett and her husband, Brian, will be the speakers at the group’s meeting on Jan. 12. Brian Swett…