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Democrats get ready for county party assembly

By Becky Herman Special to The SUN The Archuleta County Democratic Party will hold its biennial assembly on Saturday, March 17, at the Archuleta County Extension building, 344 U.S. 84…

Candlelight service set for Larry Fisher

Candlelight service set for Larry Fisher

There will be a Candlelight Prayer Service on Sunday, March 18, at 8 p.m. outside of Ski & Bow Rack to remember Larry Fisher and allow all those grieving to…

Firefighter and Pagosa Fire Protection District board member Ed Ainsworth dies

Pagosa Fire Protection District (PFPD) Chief Randy Larson issued the following statement today, “One of our own, Firefighter/Board Member Ed Ainsworth, [passed] away in his sleep [during the early morning…

Suspect sought in burglary turned homicide

Suspect sought in burglary turned homicide

Local law enforcement is currently searching for a suspect after an attempted burglary turned into a homicide on Sunday evening. Larry Fisher, 71, owner of the Ski and Bow Rack,…

County files response in Supreme Court case, hires second attorney

Multiple moves were made recently in the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioner’s (BoCC) case against Sixth Judicial District Chief Judge Jeffrey Wilson and State Court Administrator Christopher Ryan that…

Citizens advised to use water wisely

With the possibility of a dry spring hitting Pagosa Springs, Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District (PAWSD) General Manager Justin Ramsey wants to make sure citizens are a little bit more…

School board addresses school safety concerns

School board addresses school safety concerns

In light of recent gun violence in schools, Archuleta School District (ASD) Superintendent Linda Reed explained at the most recent Board of Education (BOE) meeting on Tuesday what is being done to…

Everyone welcome at presentation on maternal and child health March 18

By Michelle Huck Special to The PREVIEW Rise Above Violence is honored to host an informational session for anyone interested in learning how domestic violence effects children and what we…

Curtains Up Pagosa announces summer musical

By Dale Johnson Special to The PREVIEW Curtains Up Pagosa (CUP), a community theater, is excited and thrilled to announce its summer 2018 spectacular musical, “Children of Eden,” by Stephen…

The people behind the names: Ruby Sisson

We are writing about Ruby Sisson — school teacher, rancher and community benefactor. Her contributions to the community, especially the library, were so significant the library is named Ruby M.…