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Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership sees big boost

The Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership (GGP), which for the past several years has envisioned a project that would see three geodesic grow domes erected in downtown Pagosa Springs, received two big…

Texas’ Spirit Youth Choir to present ‘Godspell’ locally

By Michelle Huck Special to The PREVIEW Spirit Youth Choir from First United Methodist Church in San Angelo, Texas, will present the musical drama “Godspell” during a special concert on…

95 to graduate from Pagosa Springs High School on Saturday

95 to graduate from Pagosa Springs High School on Saturday

The Pagosa Springs High School graduation ceremony for the class of 2015 is set for Saturday, May 30, at 10 a.m. Ninety-five students will be graduating. Four students finished with…

Village land exchange approved

Village land exchange approved

The Village at Wolf Creek Access Project may have received a green light when Rio Grande National Forest (RGNF) Supervisor Dan Dallas approved the proposed land exchange between the United…

Town council passes ordinance to allow marijuana businesses

Marijuana businesses will soon be legal within the town limits of Pagosa Springs after town council passed the second reading of its ordinance in front of a standing-room only audience…

Town, county help school district save thousands

The school district, town and county have now all signed off on a project that is slated to save the school district thousands of dollars per month — allowing the…

Much stargazing happening in Pagosa

By Joan Mieritz Special to The PREVIEW The San Juan Stargazers will not have their regular meetings on Thursday night in both May and June because so many stargazing activities…

Camp Spark! to introduce young ladies to emergency services careers

By Katherine Ridenhour Special to The PREVIEW A very special event for teenage girls is coming soon to our community June 12 through June 14. A group of highly motivated…

Take a class to sell food at the Pagosa Farmers Market

By Pauline Benetti Special to The PREVIEW Spring is here. The bluebirds speak of it, but still the nights are freezing and days are windy and very wet; however, those…

Increasing awareness of substance abuse, mental health issues

By Cindy Schultz Special to The SUN National Prevention Week is an annual observance dedicated to increasing public awareness of substance abuse and mental health issues. This national observance, sponsored…