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Sunday Night Unplugged provides peace in times of turmoil

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW Sunday Night Unplugged, a music and meditation service at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church, provides a time of peace and quiet, punctuated with sounds…

‘Cabaret’ and ‘Cline’ still relevant today

By Dale Scrivenger Special to The PREVIEW The now-classic musical “Cabaret,” originally produced on Broadway in 1966, may have a pedigree that dates back to the days of pre-Nazi Germany,…

Town considering impact of lot sizes on affordable housing

As a land of new beginnings for “your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,” as the plaque on Lady Liberty reminds us, America has a history…

Anticipated town policy issues outlined

The Pagosa Springs Town Council anticipates a busy summer, with plans for several work sessions devoted to policy issues over the next few months. The full version of this story…

Summer school begins at Pagosa Springs Elementary School

By Kathy Holthus and Lynn Rose Special to The SUN Over 50 students, from pre-kindergarten to fourth grade, are participating in summer school classes. Funded by the Archuleta County Education…

PFPD to celebrate chief’s retirement

PFPD to celebrate chief’s retirement

By Michelle Clark Special to The SUN Please join the Pagosa Fire Protection District (PFPD) as it thanks retiring Fire Chief Diane Bower for 38 years of service to the…

Get wise to these small business energy myths

By Betsy Markey Special to The SUN According to the U.S. Department of Energy, America’s small businesses spend more than $60 billion a year on energy. Small businesses that invest…

SAR team responds to calls

The Upper San Juan Search and Rescue (USJSAR) team, in conjunction with other entities, performed several missions in the past week. The full version of this story is available in…

Fire district responds to crashes

The Pagosa Fire Protection District (PFPD) responded to several accidents in the last week, with one of them being a motorcycle crash on East Fork Road and the other being…

Fire restrictions remain in place in part of county

Stage 1 fire restrictions are still in place for all areas south of U.S. 160 and west of U.S. 84. The ban, which was put into place June 29, prohibits…