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County unemployment rate drops to 3.5 percent in March

The unemployment rate for Archuleta County decreased to 3.5 percent in March, with 6,462 people in the labor force and 224 of those claiming unemployment. The full version of this…

Search and Rescue locates couple who spent night in backcountry

The Upper San Juan Search and Rescue Team (USJSAR) team responded to an incident where a couple got lost and ended up spending the night in backcountry on April 19…

Rise Above Violence: support and service to survivors

Rise Above Violence: support and service to survivors

By Avery Martinez Staff Writer “I truly, truly believe that I don’t think that I could be doing this kind of work if I didn’t believe that sexual and domestic…

County to consider updated short-term rental regs Tuesday

By Avery Martinez and Randi Pierce Staff Writer Short-term rentals (STR) in Archuleta County received a spotlight at the joint meeting of the Pagosa Springs Town Council and Archuleta County…

Courts outline conditions for courthouse reoccupation

By Avery Martinez Staff Writer The Archuleta County Courthouse may yet again house court activity, as talks between the county government and the courts continue. The full version of this…

Drought management plan outlined, special meeting scheduled for May 1

Drought management plan outlined, special meeting scheduled for May 1

With dry conditions persisting around Pagosa Springs, a course of action for the summer, as well as a possible drought management plan, were discussed by the Pagosa Area Water and…

Nystrom pleads guilty to manslaughter

The sentencing for Chad Nystrom, the man accused of killing Richard “Dick” Isaacs, will be held on May 30. The full version of this story is available in the print…

April 29 fundraiser to support Suzi White

By Joann Howell Special to The PREVIEW Come join us in supporting Suzi White, Pagosa’s favorite Aussie. All proceeds will go directly to White to help her in her battle…

Walk for Moms May 12 in support of Aspire

By Marcy Mitchell Special to The PREVIEW Prenatal care and parenting education provider Aspire (formerly THRIVE) invites Pagosa Springs community members to sign up for its new Walk for Moms…

Tack sale invites buyers and sellers and supports trail-clearing efforts

By Lisa Nelson Special to The PREVIEW Trail riding season is just around the corner, so now is a good time to sell any horse or mule tack you don’t…