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Michael Maestas Memorial Kids’ Rodeo set for Saturday

By Lori Lucero Special to The PREVIEW Come join us for the fifth annual Michael Maestas Memorial Kids’ Rodeo and team roping on Saturday, June 27. It will begin at…

Town suggests collaboration with county on parks and recreation maintenance

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer The idea of using personnel and equipment from the Pagosa Springs Parks and Recreation Department to take care of parks owned by Archuleta County was…

Pagosa educators invited to speak at annual Growing Together Summit

Pagosa educators invited to speak at annual Growing Together Summit

By Casey Crow Staff Writer The third annual Growing Together Summit was held at Fort Lewis College in Durango June 8-11. The conference offered “meaningful and empowering professional development for…

‘Takin’ it to the Beach’ next theme for Hands-On Arts Camp

‘Takin’ it to the Beach’ next theme for Hands-On Arts Camp

By Tessie Garcia Special to The SUN For 21 years, Hands-On Arts Camp has been providing fun, nurturing and creative art experiences. This week’s theme for the kids’ summer arts…

Fourth of July parking regulations released

The Pagosa Springs Police Department has issued a temporary order regarding parking regulations for the Fourth of July parade. According to the public notice released by Chief William Rockensock, flatbed…

Local unemployment rate down in May

The Fourth of July is just around the corner, this year’s late spring moisture has turned Pagosa Country into a verdant green paradise, and as the bustling crowds of tourists…

Weather station installed atop Pagosa Springs Middle School

Weather station installed atop Pagosa Springs Middle School

By Casey Crow Staff Writer A radiometer was recently installed on the roof of Pagosa Springs Middle School. The radiometer, a type of weather station, will provide more accurate readings…

USDA seeks applications for loans and grants to create jobs and support rural economic development

By David Sandretti Special to The SUN Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced that USDA is accepting applications for loans and grants to support business expansion, create jobs and increase economic…

Federal court grants order to prevent Bureau of Land Management fracking rules from taking effect

By Erin Lamb Special to The SUN On Tuesday, a Wyoming federal judge granted a request by four states — Colorado, North Dakota, Utah and Wyoming — to prevent new…

Assessor’s Office to close for four days in August

The Archuleta County Assessor’s Office will be closed for three days in August to allow the office’s staff to host the Colorado Assessor’s Association Summer Conference in Pagosa Springs. The…