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School board decision nullified following records request

It was the conversation that wasn’t when the board reconvened following an executive session held during the Archuleta School District (ASD) Board of Education regular meeting on April 10. On…

High winds, downed power lines spark fires

Archuleta County emergency personnel and Pagosa Fire Protection District (PFPD) personnel responded to three wildfires over the course of the week, with all the fires involving power lines and high…

The SUN receives Service to the First Award

The SUN receives Service to the First Award

Gov. John Hickenlooper presented the Colorado Press Association’s (CPA) 2017 Service to the First Award to The Pagosa Springs SUN staff Friday. The presentation was made in front of nearly…

SJWCD legal counsel resigns, board requests extension of time to consider new directors

The San Juan Water Conservancy District (SJWCD) has requested additional time from the court to respond to the appointments of two potential board members. According to court documents, the request…

Pagosa attorney honored with Colorado Press Association’s Friend of the First Award

Pagosa attorney  honored with  Colorado Press  Association’s  Friend of the  First Award

By Terri House and Avery Martinez Staff Writer Prior to Gov. John Hickenlooper’s presentation last Friday at the Colorado Press Association (CPA)convention, The Pagosa Springs SUN’s editors Terri House and…

County hopeful about courthouse case, court security grants tabled again

By Avery Martinez Staff Writer The county attorney seemed hopeful about the litigation surrounding the courthouse evacuation Tuesday, but the court security grants were tabled yet again. The full version…

Reading pals at Seeds of Learning a monthly treat

By Melissa Bailey Special to The PREVIEW They sit on the floor, snuggle on couches and curl up on laps. Fascinated children at Seeds of Learning listen intently while a…

Literary Ladies to discuss ‘When Everything Changed’

By Marilyn Stroud Special to The PREVIEW Come and join us for this interesting discussion of how the female role has changed in the past 60 years on April 27…

Seventh annual Band-O-Rama will be on April 21

By Heidi Tanner Special to The PREVIEW The seventh annual Band-O-Rama concert will be held this year on April 21 at 7 p.m. in the Pagosa Springs High School auditorium.…

Drought conditions worsening, workshop set for April 21

It’s serious, folks. The drought conditions for Archuleta County are tipping into the farthest part of the scale at “exceptional.” We are surpassing the conditions we faced in 2002 and…