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Ideas sought for outdoor programming

By Tom Carosello SUN Columnist The Town of Pagosa Springs is in the process of evaluating the feasibility of new summer programming, outdoor clinics and workshops for local youth. Through…

Town switches banks, earns interest on new accounts

The Town of Pagosa Springs recently decided to change banks. Councilor Kathie Lattin, who is also a vice president of First Southwest Bank, recused herself and left the council chambers…

Superintendent gives update on ‘Negative Factor’

Tuesday’s Archuleta School District (ASD) Board of Education meeting opened to a full house in the Pagosa Springs Middle School (PSMS) library. The board covered routine matters, made several small…

WinterFest: activity-packed weekend for family

By Angela Wirth SUN Columnist WinterFest, Feb. 13-15, promises to be an activity-packed weekend for the whole family. Numerous activities have been planned, including hot air balloon mass ascensions, Nordic…

Variety of WinterFest activities on tap for this weekend

By Cheryl Bowdridge Special to The PREVIEW Although it feels like spring is in the air, it is time for a weekend full of WinterFest activities. Begin Friday night with…

Town plans to repave Piedra Street and add new sidewalk

Piedra Street in downtown Pagosa Springs — from 8th Street to the Old Durango Road behind the soccer fields at the elementary school — will receive fresh pavement and a…

Local man’s body found in river

The body of a Pagosa Springs man was found in the San Juan River Saturday morning. The body, identified by Coroner Dan Keuning as Anthony Montoya-Martinez, 33, was discovered south…

Aerial survey shows spruce beetle activity escalating, mountain pine beetle declining

By Ryan Lockwood Special to The SUN The U.S. Forest Service and Colorado State Forest Service (CSFS) recently released the results of the annual aerial forest health survey in Colorado.…

Weather may delay Reservoir Hill thinning project

The Reservoir Hill forest-thinning project, tentatively scheduled to begin this month, has been delayed until the weather becomes more cooperative. “Right now it’s really soft up there,” Pagosa Springs Parks…

Robert and Sally Alling: Red lights haven’t stopped them

Robert and Sally Alling: Red lights haven’t stopped them

Robert and Sally Alling have been together for over two decades. They enjoy riding their Harley Davidson, and both have a hard time looking at a red light and not…