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Sow and cubs euthanized after breaking into home

Three bears met an unfortunate end last weekend after breaking into a home in the Blanco Basin area. The full version of this story is available in the print edition…

Courthouse reopens Commissioners discuss courthouse

Courthouse reopens Commissioners discuss courthouse

Several offices within the Archuleta County Courthouse are expected to be open and back to normal today following several days of being closed this week to allow an industrial hygienist…

Former resident re-arrested for rape after 27 years on the lam

Former resident re-arrested for  rape after 27 years on the lam

On Sept. 6, a former Pagosa Springs resident entered an Alford plea to a 1987 statutory rape case after avoiding prosecution for almost 30 years. The full version of this…

School receives improvement rating

By Chris Mannara Staff Writer The preliminary school and district performance frameworks have been released as a part of the state’s mandated accountability process, with three Archuleta School District (ASD)…

ASD enrollment climbs to 1,544 students

By Chris Mannara Staff Writer The Archuleta School District (ASD) Board of Education (BOE) held its monthly meeting on Tuesday and discussed enrollment for the upcoming school year. The full…

9/11 Ceremony

9/11 Ceremony

A Monday morning ceremony at Pagosa Fire Protection District Fire Station No. 1’s eternal flame memorial honors fallen firefighters, along with all those who lost their lives during the Sept.…

Sunset

Sunset

Rain created a spectacular sunset over the San Juan Mountains Monday evening. Follow these topics: News, Top Stories, Weather…

Homemakers will focus on Chimney Rock National Monument Sept. 14

Tozi Rubin Special to The PREVIEW Joan Ward from the Chimney Rock Interpretative Association (CRIA) will be the guest speaker at the Mountain View Homemakers’ upcoming meeting on Sept. 14.…

Attention all green chile enthusiasts: Sign up now for the Green Chile Classic

By Jacque Aragon Special to The PREVIEW Enrollment is open for the 10th annual Patty Aragon Green Chile Classic (PAGCC). The cost to enter is $10 and all participants in…

Courthouse remains closed, some services available

The Archuleta County Courthouse remains closed today, Tuesday, Sept. 12, to allow for air quality testing following concerns over the air quality in the facility. The courthouse will remain closed…