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Pagosa Family School holds open enrollment for K-8

By Jane Parker Special to The SUN Pagosa Family School is open for enrollment. Pagosa Family School is currently enrolling students for the 2017-2018 school year for kindergarten through eighth…

USFS turns lightning strike fire into controlled burn

On Aug. 9 and over the course of the week, the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) took advantage of a fire that was caused by a lightning strike by turning it…

County asking voters for sales tax increase

It’s official: This election season, Archuleta County voters will consider a 1 percent sales tax increase for the county to fund “justice system capital improvements,” including the construction of a…

Two arrested for trying to sell stolen firearms, other goods

On Thursday, Aug. 8, the Pagosa Springs Police Department (PSPD) arrested two individuals on charges of theft after they attempted to sell stolen items to the San Juan Trading Post.…

Sales tax collections up 5.06 percent over last year

Sales tax collections for June 2017 were 5.6 percent higher than sales tax collections in June of 2016, with the year-to-date collections for 2017 being 5.06 percent higher than the…

SJWCD approves ballot language for mill levy increase

During a regular meeting on Monday, Aug. 14, the San Juan Water Conservancy District (SJWCD) Board of Directors approved its ballot language for the district’s proposed mill levy increase. The…

Young Bull Moose

Young Bull Moose

A young bull moose pays a visit to a neighborhood located 3.5 miles north of town off Piedra Road around noon on Monday. The moose was also spotted in a…

Comedian Mike Williams show to support THRIVE

By Marcy Mitchell Special to The PREVIEW THRIVE presents “Laugh for Life” starring Mike Williams, a nationally known speaker and writer who has a passion for life on Thursday, Aug.…

Jon (Keoni) Macy Saffery

Jon (Keoni) Macy Saffery, a Pagosa Springs resident known to family as Toby, passed away peacefully Sunday, July 16, at San Juan Regional Medical Center in Farmington, N.M. Toby was…

Crews add 300 more acres to fire: Smoke becomes more visible

Areas of smoke from the lightning-caused wildfire near Bayfield will be more visible as fire crews are adding 300 more acres to produce a low-intensity fire. This will prevent the…