— Subscribe to this topic on PagosaSUN.com
Home » Archives by category » News (Page 26)

PFPD responds to rollover at Scenic Drive and U.S. 160

PFPD responds to rollover at Scenic Drive and U.S. 160

On Wednesday, Jan. 17, the Pagosa Fire Protection District (PFPD) responded to a two-vehicle accident where one vehicle rolled onto its side. The driver of the vehicle that rolled was…

WOLF scholarship fundraiser set for Jan. 25

By Darcy DeGuise Special to The SUN Living in Pagosa Springs, even in the winter months, lends itself to a multitude of outdoor activities. From cross-country and backcountry skiing to…

CUP awards check to middle school band program

CUP awards check to middle school band program

By Dale Johnson Special to The PREVIEW Curtains Up Pagosa (CUP) recently presented the music department at Pagosa Springs Middle School, lovingly and exceptionally run by Malinda Burnett for the…

Artists invited to join open paint sessions

By Darren Lewis SUN Columnist Open paint sessions will be held at the Ross Aragon Community Center on Thursday afternoons from 1 to 4 p.m. through Feb. 22. Ideas and…

Archuleta County Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan update available for public review and comment

By Mike Le Roux Special to The SUN Would you like to learn more about what Archuleta County is doing to minimize the impacts of floods, dam failures, wildfires, hazardous…

Fire department responds to residence fire

The Pagosa Fire Protection District (PFPD) responded to a fire at a residence off of Grenadier Place on the afternoon of Tuesday, Jan. 16. The full version of this story…

Creede Repertory Theatre to perform at Chamber annual meeting

Break out your best hats and head over to the “Hats Off to You” Chamber Annual Gala to be held on Saturday, Jan. 20, at the Pagosa Lakes Clubhouse beginning…

Charter school discusses project-based learning training

At a special board meeting on Jan. 11, the Pagosa Peak Open School (PPOS) board discussed project-based learning training to be conducted by Angela Crossland. The full version of this story…

Cellphone-free environment works for Durango school

“It’s just common sense.” How many times have you heard this phrase and thought, “If only more people would just use common sense?” I was thinking that during a conversation…

Following his death, Wolf Creek Ski Area to continue running business Pitch’s way

Following his death, Wolf Creek Ski Area to continue running business Pitch’s way

Pagosa Country might be largely different today had a man and his wife not purchased an unprofitable Wolf Creek Ski Area decades ago and turned it around. The full version…