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School district welcomes five new teachers

School district welcomes five new teachers

This year the Archuleta School District (ASD) welcomed five new teachers to its ranks, some home-grown in Pagosa Springs and others from across the country. Holly Bright Blackman Holly Bright…

Pagosa to become Continental Divide Trail Gateway Community

Representatives from the Continental Divide Trail Coalition (CDTC) met recently with members of the Pagosa Springs Area Tourism Board to guide the town through the process of becoming a CDTC…

Electrical issue causes fire alarm at hospital

Electrical issue causes fire alarm at hospital

Pagosa Springs Medical Center was at the center of a little different kind of emergency action Monday evening when a burned-out transformer in an external light fixture triggered a fire…

Court rules Forest Service must turn over additional Village documents

On Sept. 30, a U.S. District Court judge ruled, in part, that the U.S. Forest Service violated the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) in a case related to the Village…

Fire district seeks mill levy increase

The Pagosa Fire Protection District Board of Directors approved putting a mill levy question on this November’s ballot at its Aug. 11 meeting, requesting an additional tax rate of up…

Starr retained by county for legal services

Following the resignation of staff attorney Todd Starr on Sept. 21, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners unanimously decided Tuesday afternoon to continue to use Starr as the county’s…

Town council begins budget season

Town Manager Greg Schulte presented the preliminary budget for 2016 during Tuesday night’s town council meeting, explaining there was no action required on the matter at this time; it was…

A ‘Monster Book Fair’ for a good cause

By Lisa Scott Special to The PREVIEW Pagosa Springs Elementary School will host the Scholastic Book Fair Oct. 12-22 during school hours in the school library. Families, teachers and the…

Flash flood warning in effect

A flash flood warning is in effect for southwest Colorado through midnight tonight, and while the brunt storm is expected to hit Southwest San Juan Mountain communities, the warning extends to…

Catch ‘The Pillowman’ Oct. 9 through Nov. 1 at Center for the Arts

By Audrey Crocker Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts is thrilled to open the winter season with an incredibly daring play. Written in 2003 by…