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Ron Ivory and One on One entertain in Free Concert Series

By Laura Moore Special to The PREVIEW The Free Summer Concert Series continues at the Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts on July 22 at 7 p.m. with Ron Ivory…

Cowboy poetry gathering

By Ken Harms Special to The PREVIEW Western Music Association’s Ken and Jan Harms are happy to announce that they have received a grant from the Archuleta  County Tourism Fund…

Pay what you can at new GECKO event — ‘8 Hours of Wolf Creek’

Pay what you can at new GECKO event — ‘8 Hours of Wolf Creek’

By Kirsten Le Roux Special to The PREVIEW Get high with a brand new midsummer event on July 19 at Wolf Creek Ski Area. “8 Hours of Wolf Creek” is…

Firefighters report progress on KV Fire between Bayfield and Pagosa Springs

As of this morning, Durango Interagency Fire Dispatch reports that the KV Fire has not grown and is still estimated at about 10 acres. The lightning-caused fire is burning about…

Family entertainment with The High Rollers this Saturday evening

By Dan Janowsky Special to The PREVIEW One of the Four Corners’ most popular bands, The High Rollers, will play its annual outdoor concert and dance benefit this Saturday, July…

Air and ground crews continue to work KV Fire between Bayfield and Pagosa Springs

As of Thursday evening, the KV Fire was estimated at about 10 acres in size with no containment (although retardant has been dropped along the perimeter of the fire, no…

Fire over the mountain: Forest health group tours West Fork Fire burn area

Fire over the mountain: Forest health group tours West Fork Fire burn area

By Aaron Kimple Special to The SUN On June 20, members of the San Juan Headwaters Forest Health Partnership (San Juan Headwaters) participated in a tour of the West Fork…

Suspect ruled competent, action resumes in two cases

Staff Writer Mark Franklin Trail — who was convicted on five counts relating to a September 2012 standoff with law enforcement that lasted 26 hours — was ruled to be…

Bennet seeks interns for fall semester in Washington, Colorado offices

By Philip Clelland Special to The SUN Colorado U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet is accepting internship applications from undergraduate students, recent graduates and graduate students for his Washington, D.C., and Colorado…

Several injured in recent accidents

Staff Writer Traffic in Pagosa Country picks up during the summer, on road and off, increasing both the chance of accidents and the need for drivers to be aware and…