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Class of 1982 reunion announced

Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs High School Class of 1982 Reunion Committee invites you to celebrate with all the familiar faces that you have missed the past decade.…

Catholic Parish to lead Good Friday pilgrimage

By Roxanne Schick Special to The PREVIEW Good Friday pilgrimages will be made all over the world on Friday, April 14. In Jerusalem, pilgrims will trace the steps that Jesus…

Landslide results in closure of high school athletic/music wing

Landslide results in closure of high school athletic/music wing

A landslide behind Pagosa Springs High School resulted in closure of the athletic/music wing of the building until an insurance expert can evaluate the situation on Friday. Archuleta School District…

Water Conservancy District applies for $2 million loan

The San Juan Water Conservancy District (SJWCD) board discussed several aspects of its proposed Dry Gulch raw water storage project during its regular meeting Monday night, including loan financing, a…

Middle school releases third-quarter honor roll

By Rebecca Aucoin Special to The SUN The following fifth-grade students made the third-quarter Pagosa Springs Middle School (PSMS) Honor Roll with a perfect 4.0 grade-point average: Seth Aucoin, Karis…

Town hosts Town-to-Lakes Trail public input work session

On April 5, the Town of Pagosa Springs planning and parks and recreation departments held a public input work session on the Town-to-Lakes Trail. The full version of this story…

Community Center gym will be closed Saturday

By Darren Lewis SUN Columnist The Parks and Recreation Department is accepting registrations for youth baseball for the following divisions: Coach Pitch ages 6-8, Machine Pitch ages 9-10, and Kid…

Bottle-wielding man arrested for assault

On the morning of Tuesday, April 11, the Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office (ACSO) responded to a report of two men fighting, with one wearing a kilt and a wizard hat.…

Tipton visits area, discusses broad range of issues

Tipton visits area, discusses broad range of issues

U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, a Republican from Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District, covering the western half of the state, visited Pagosa Springs on Tuesday. The full version of this story is…

Proposed bill provides funding for lead testing in schools

Lead can seriously change the trajectory of a child’s life. Studies show that lead is never safe in a child’s body. Exposure can seriously affect a child’s IQ, attention span…