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Spanning the San Juan

Spanning the San Juan

A fairly large crowd of spellbound spectators gathered along 6th Street Tuesday afternoon to watch as a crew from Hart Construction used a large crane to set the town’s newest…

Village at Wolf Creek: Land exchange receives tentative approval

By Mike Blakeman The Rio Grande National Forest has completed the Village at Wolf Creek Access Project analysis and draft record of decision. Forest Supervisor Dan Dallas selected Alternative 2, the…

Missing plane found

Missing plane found

A plane out of New Mexico that was reported missing earlier this week was found shortly after noon on Wednesday. The plane was found at 12:37 p.m. in southern Archuleta…

Not a pipe dream: Second semi spills load atop Wolf Creek

Not a pipe dream:  Second semi spills load atop Wolf Creek

Wolf Creek Pass was not friendly to semis the week of Nov. 10. On Nov. 15, for the second time in five days, a semi tractor-trailer lost its breaks due…

Pagosa man arrested for attempted murder

A Pagosa Springs man was arrested for criminal attempt first-degree murder last week following an incident at an uptown bar on Nov. 11. James Edward Tatum, 55, of Pagosa Springs,…

September shows abnormal sales tax growth

The Archuleta County treasurer has received $791,218.36 in sales tax revenue for September 2014, which is 27.89 percent higher than the same period last year, according to a report this…

CWCB to consider Dry Gulch Reservoir proposal

A proposal on the Dry Gulch Reservoir Project is being presented to the Colorado Water Conservation Board (CWCB) this week. The proposal outlines ways and steps to reduce the debt…

Pagosa Springs High School Drama Club to present ‘Almost, Maine’

By Sean Downing Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs High School Drama Club proudly presents “Almost, Maine,” by John Cariani. Set in a small town … well, almost a…

The science of eclipses, ideas about black holes

The science of eclipses, ideas about black holes

By Jerry Granok Special to The PREVIEW Pagosa Springs enjoyed (mostly) clear skies the afternoon of Oct. 23, giving those looking skyward a clear view of the partial solar eclipse.…

Enter the Kingdom of Books at elementary school until Nov. 21

Enter the Kingdom of Books at elementary school until Nov. 21

By Lisa Scott Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs Elementary School is hosting a Scholastic Book Fair Nov. 10-21 during school hours in the school library. Families, teachers and…