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Town agrees to pay $35,063 in attorney fees after losing suit

The Pagosa Springs Town Council agreed at its meeting last Thursday, Oct. 20, to pay fees and costs of $35,063.50 to attorney Matt Roane, who represented the plaintiff in a…

Town, county receive early childhood update

The Early Care and Education Work Group (ECEWG) reported on its progress in fulfilling its mission to date on Tuesday, Oct. 25. The full version of this story is available…

Trunk or Treat back at Pagosa Bible Church

By Rick Artis Special to The PREVIEW On Oct. 31, Pagosa Bible Church will once again host Trunk or Treat, a family-friendly, safe alternative to trick or treating. Open to…

Americana Project concert to present Beth Wood Nov. 9

By Bob Hemenger Special to The PREVIEW The Americana Project is proud to announce singer/songwriter Beth Wood as the special guest at the Nov. 9 Americana Concert. Wood has an…

Archuleta County United Way happenings

By Bill Hudgins Special to The PREVIEW United Way is pleased to announce that it has reestablished an advisory committee having the purpose of offering suggestions, ideas and direction to…

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…