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Mark Trail sentenced in horse shooting, standoff

Mark Franklin Trail was sentenced to seven years in prison and community corrections Wednesday afternoon following convictions in two cases from 2012. Several people spoke both against and in favor…

Changing of the guard for Pagosa Springs Elementary School

Search underway for new principal, assistant principal Pagosa Springs Elementary School (PSES) Principal Kate Lister and Assistant Principal Chantelle Jordan have both resigned. Archuleta School District Superintendent Linda Reed confirmed…

Info session set for potential school board members, three seats open

Info session set for potential school board members, three seats open

By Linda Reed Special to The SUN Archuleta School District will be hosting an information session for those interested in running for the Archuleta School District 50 Joint Board of…

Curtains Up Pagosa presents ‘Phantom and Friends’ May 22

Curtains Up Pagosa will present its first gala fundraising event for the year, “Phantom and Friends,” at 7 p.m. on Friday, May 22, at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church. For “Phantom…

Low-cost vaccination clinic May 9

By Kathy Sloan Special to The PREVIEW Dogsters will be providing a low-cost vaccination clinic Saturday May 9, from 9 to 11 a.m. at the Pagosa Lakes Property Owners Association…

Pagosa Springs Girls Choir spring concert, ‘Let Your Voices be Heard,’ to feature guest artists

Pagosa Springs Girls Choir spring concert, ‘Let Your Voices be Heard,’ to feature guest artists

By Patti Vyzralek Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs Girls Choir will conclude another remarkable year of song with a spring concert in the Pagosa Springs High School auditorium…

Center of Southwest Studies to host talk on region’s early development of electrical power

By Julie Tapley-Booth Special to The PREVIEW The Center of Southwest Studies at Fort Lewis College is hosting Sara Porterfield’s presentation on the region’s early development of electrical power at…

Historic Preservation Month activities announced

By Margaret Gallegos Special to The PREVIEW Historic Preservation Month is celebrated nationally during the month of May, and is a tradition in the state of Colorado and in Pagosa…

Cinco de Mayo dance to benefit Guadalupe Society

By Juanita Archuleta Special to The PREVIEW A Cinco de Mayo dance will be held at the Parish Hall of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church on Lewis Street…

Can your home survive a wildfire?

Can your home survive a wildfire? How could a wildfire impact you? Saturday, May 2, is Wildfire Community Preparedness day, when communities across the nation will be conducting projects and…