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Town releases report on downtown flooding

On the night of Tuesday, July 15, a sudden and substantial summer thunderstorm caused floodwaters to spill over the banks of Rumbaugh Creek near the intersection of Lewis and 1st…

Reservoir Hill thinning project set for 2015

By Aaron Kimple Special to The SUN Reservoir Hill sits in the heart of Pagosa Springs. It hosts music lovers and recreationists, and offers views of the surrounding countryside. Its…

BoCC approves advisory questions for November ballot

In a series of three motions, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners voted Tuesday afternoon to place three advisory questions on the November 2014 ballot. The questions all relate…

It’s official: Schulte becomes town manager

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer Greg Schulte was officially appointed to the position of town manager for Pagosa Springs at Tuesday night’s town council meeting, and the way the matter…

An afternoon of classical music Sept. 7

By Heidi Tanner Special to The PREVIEW Please join local musicians for a Sunday afternoon concert of classical music. This concert will be held on Sept. 7 at 3 p.m.…

Free square dance class offered

Free square dance class offered

By Carla Roberts Special to The PREVIEW Learn to square dance every Wednesday evening from 5:15 to 6:45 p.m. starting Sept. 10 and running through Oct. 29 at the PLPOA…

Concert to feature songs from ‘Phantom’

Concert to feature songs from ‘Phantom’

By Dale Johnson Special to The PREVIEW Curtains Up Pagosa is holding a fundraiser “mini-gala” in celebration of its 25th Anniversary of performing arts and mentoring students in Pagosa with…

Include a visit to the museum in your plans

Include a visit to the museum in your plans

By Shari Pierce Special to The PREVIEW As you are planning your family weekend — maybe a trip to the park, a visit to the folk festival, floating down the…

Going back to school can be a literal headache

By Stephanie Carson Special to The SUN Going back to school after summer break can be a literal headache for some Colorado children. Dr. Nick DeBlasio, a pediatrician with the…

Farmers Market hours to change Sept. 6

By Pauline Benetti Special to The PREVIEW Activities, products and hours at the Pagosa Farmers Market change with the temperatures. The current hours, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. will be…