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Community Choir and high school music department join forces for fund-raiser

Community Choir and high school music department join forces for fund-raiser

By Dale Schwicker Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs Community Choir joined the high school music department to kick off a fund drive for purchasing new uniforms. The Community…

Chimney Rock designated as National Monument

Chimney Rock designated as National Monument

By Lindsey Bright Staff Writer “Wow.” “What a good day.” “This is truly a great day.” These were the sentiments announced last Friday during a celebration at the Chimney Rock…

Standoff suspect faces nine charges

Standoff suspect faces nine charges

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer Mark Trail, the suspect involved in the early-September standoff with local police that lasted 26 hours, was formally charged with nine counts in County Court…

Driver critical after Wolf Creek Pass Crash

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer The driver of a semi involved in an accident on Wolf Creek Pass early Tuesday morning is in critical condition at San Juan Regional Medical…

Teachers could receive step increases in salaries

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer Teachers in the Archuleta School District began this school year without a step increase in their salary because, according to superintendent Mark DeVoti, the new…

BoCC moves ahead on Piedra Road project

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer Archuleta County is taking the next step in its project to resurface Piedra Road next year, awarding a contract to prepare construction documents to engineering…

County, town to participate in geothermal regs project

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer On Monday, Archuleta County and the Town of Pagosa Springs, in partnership with two other entities, received grant funding for the development of 1041regulations (dubbed…

Downing family to appear on Dr. Oz Show

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer The Downing family is heading to New York City to discuss Sierra Jane Downing’s recent bout with bubonic plague on The Dr. Oz Show. The…

Reservoir Hill project: Who pays the way?

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer If Pagosa Springs Town Manager David Mitchem had walked into the Ross Aragon Community Center last week carrying a large hornet’s nest full of angrily…

Aragon attends Border Town Mayor’s Summit

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer Pagosa Springs Mayor Ross Aragon attended the third annual Border Town Mayor’s Summit hosted by Farmington Mayor Tommy Roberts at Farmington’s Gateway Museum on Thursday,…