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Little Black Dress Affair: fun with a purpose

Little Black Dress Affair: fun with a purpose

By Dee McPeek Special to The PREVIEW The planning for Seeds of Learning’s Little Black Dress Affair is moving into the frenetic last few weeks. We’ll be sharing more about…

Clarification

In the article “Letter of Intent moves Dry Gulch talks forward”   in the Sept. 11 issue of The SUN, it was reported, “The ranch was originally purchased to support…

Shred your personal documents and support 4-H

By Roberta Tolan Special to The PREVIEW Don’t keep moving those boxes of papers from place to place. Clean out your garage, attic and file cabinets and shred your personal…

Festivities underway today for ColorFest weekend

Festivities underway today for ColorFest weekend

By Cheryl Bowdridge Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs Chamber of Commerce is excited to bring to you ColorFest 2014. Festivities for the weekend begin today (Thursday, Sept. 18),…

Drug take back set for Sept. 27

In coordination with the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office will again participate in National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on Sept. 27 — allowing residents to safely…

County, town consider combining lodgers’ tax and tourism efforts

During Tuesday morning’s joint work session between the Pagosa Springs Town Council and the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners, Town Manager Greg Schulte presented a draft of a plan…

Town will again consider vacating alley right of way

A thin strip of land, owned by the Town of Pagosa Springs and legally described as a right of way (ROW) for an alley, is the only thing preventing a…

Pagosa man sentenced for 2013 fatal accident

In an emotional hearing Monday, Jared Earley, 30, of Pagosa Springs, was sentenced to probation, jail time and community service after pleading guilty to a charge of vehicular homicide. The…

South 6th Street closed until Oct. 8

South 6th Street closed until Oct. 8

South 6th Street in downtown Pagosa Springs will be closed to traffic between U.S. 160 and Zuni Street until Oct. 8 to accommodate construction of access ramps and installation of…

Habitat for Humanity offers home repair program

By Rebecca Anderson Special to The PREVIEW Did you know Habitat for Humanity has a home repair program? Since 2011, Habitat for Humanity has partnered with over a dozen homeowners…