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Pagosa Springs Behavioral Healthcare Clinic impacted by Adobe building fire

By Sarada Leavenworth Special to The SUN A fire occurred at the Adobe Building on the night of Oct. 21 and has left Axis Health System’s Pagosa Springs Behavioral Healthcare…

Adobe building, Bear Creek fire photos

Adobe building, Bear Creek fire photos

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Crews continue to monitor fire hot spots, water service limited downtown

Crews continue to monitor fire hot spots, water service limited downtown

According to Pagosa Fire Protection District (PFPD) Chief Randy Larson, crews will remain on scene to monitor the fire that gutted the Bear Creek Saloon and Restaurant and adjacent offices…

Low-cost spay/neuter clinic set for Nov. 4

By Kathy Sloan Special to The PREVIEW Dogster’s low-cost spay/neuter clinic will be held Nov. 4 at the Archuleta County Fairgrounds. The cost is $50 for dogs and $20 for…

Fire burns downtown Adobe building, Bear Creek

Fire burns downtown Adobe building, Bear Creek

Photos courtesy emergency response crews. Crews continue to put water on hot spots this morning at the Adobe building and Bear Creek Saloon and Restaurant. The fire started around 1…

Overnight fire burns downtown building

Overnight fire burns downtown building

A fire page went out at 1:02 a.m. for a kitchen fire at Bear Creek Saloon and Grill located at 475 Lewis St. Crews are still working the fire this…

Jimmie Wayne Standifer

Jimmie Wayne Standifer, known to all as “Cookie,” 67 years old, passed away at home in Arboles on Oct. 10. A Hawaiian-beach-attire themed Celebration of Jim’s Life will be held…

Roquez (Rocky) Porfirio Martinez

Roquez (Rocky) Porfirio Martinez, 85, of Longmont, passed away on Oct. 17 at Longmont United Hospital. Rocky was born on May 17, 1931, to Jose Fidel and Clarita Maria Martinez…

The Me I Want to Be Project: Supporting survivors of violence through the arts

The Me I Want to Be Project: Supporting survivors of violence through the arts

By Casey Crow Special to The PREVIEW To be a storyteller is one of the most privileged positions a person can occupy. You are awarded a front-row seat to everything…

St. Patrick’s prepares for annual clothing giveaway

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW This Saturday, Oct. 22, from 8 a.m. to noon, St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church will hold its annual clothing giveaway. The giveaway, sponsored by…