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Thingamajig Theatre Company halfway through ambitious season

Thingamajig Theatre Company halfway through ambitious season

By Simon Fuger Special to The PREVIEW In its sixth season, with nearly 60 productions under its belt, the Thingamajig Theatre Company in residence at the Pagosa Springs Center for…

Public Meetings

The following meetings are subject to change. Thursday, July 27 Pagosa Springs Town Council work session. 4 and 5:30 p.m. The council will visit the town shop on South 5th…

Just like ‘The Dukes of Hazzard’: Car jumps roadway

“Looks like those Duke boys are at it again.” The Pagosa Fire Protection District (PFPD) responded to several vehicular accidents last week, including an accident where a vehicle jumped a…

Sturgis Rally DUI Enforcement

Special to The SUN The Pagosa Springs Police Department (PSPD) is participating in the upcoming 2017 High Visibility Impaired Driving Enforcement Campaign. The full version of this story is available…

State adds dates for educator shortage action plan series

By Megan McDermott Special to The SUN To help inform a strategic action plan, the Colorado Department of Higher Education (DHE) and Colorado Department of Education (CDE) are hosting a…

ColorFest Passport and Microbrew tickets now on sale

As temperatures still hover in the 80s, it is hard to imagine that fall and ColorFest is around the corner. However, the Chamber staff has caught our breath after the…

County’s unemployment rate increases to 2.5 percent

The unemployment rate for Archuleta County increased to 2.5 percent in June, with 6,787 people in the labor force and 173 of those claiming unemployment. The full version of this…

Town awards bid to repave South 10th Street

During its regular July 20 meeting, the Pagosa Springs Town Council awarded a bid to repave South 10th Street. The full version of this story is available in the print…

Include vaccines on the back-to-school list

Special to The SUN As the school year approaches, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment reminds parents and guardians to check their children’s vaccination records. If vaccines are…

Registered medical assistant apprenticeship training program offered

By Kerri Cardin Special to The SUN In July, Southwestern Colorado Area Health Education Center (SWCAHEC) and the Colorado Department of Labor completed the necessary steps and signed the formal…