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TABOR question to appear on PAWSD ballot, four vie for three board seats

During a special meeting for the Pagosa Area Waters and Sanitation District (PAWSD) held on March 4, the board of directors voted to authorize an election on the question of…

Cell tower hearing continued to May

At a special meeting held March 8, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) voted to continue a land use regulation hearing for an application for a cell tower…

Colorado caucuses lead to calls for reform

By Jim Garrett Staff Writer Last week, 353 registered Republicans attended precinct caucuses in Archuleta County, but unlike their counterparts attending Democrat caucuses, had no formal opportunity to express a…

BoCC obtains different legal counsel for lawsuit

The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) will bring on new legal services for the purpose of defending the board and the county attorney against a complaint filed by…

Tribe begins analysis of shale oil and gas development

By Janet Wolf Special to The SUN The Southern Ute Indian Tribe Growth Fund will be hosting a tribal member meeting on March 15 and a public meeting on March…

St. Patrick’s Irish Festival boasts world’s shortest parade

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW The people of Pagosa Springs seldom need an excuse to celebrate. We love a good party and welcome the opportunity to come together…

‘Over the Rainbow’ fundraiser helps Girls Choir educational programs

By Linda Parker Special to The PREVIEW Anyone who has ever seen “The Wizard of Oz” knows that Dorothy had to go “Over the Rainbow” for her dreams to come…

Peace, love and books: Feel groovy at the Book Fair through March 10

By Lisa Scott Special to The PREVIEW The Feelin’ Groovy Book Fair — Peace, Love, Books! will be running through March 10 during school hours in the Pagosa Springs Elementary…

Homemakers to host retired Navy nurse

By Tozi Rubin Special to The PREVIEW The Mountain View Homemakers organization is proud to host Susan Bates, a retired U.S. Navy nurse, at its next meeting on March 10.…

Lady Pirates state-bound

Lady Pirates state-bound

With a 23-0 record, the Pagosa Springs High School Lady Pirates are state-bound, while the Pirate boys fell just short of upsetting the state’s No. 1 3A boys’ team. The…