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Public input sought for proposed ski area lift project

By Mike Blakeman Special to The SUN The Rio Grande National Forest (RGNF) is inviting public input on an environmental analysis to construct the Meadow Lift and associated facilities on…

First day of school Tuesday

Next Tuesday, Archuleta School District’s (ASD) buses will be back on the roads, transporting students to and from school for the 2016-2017 school year. The full version of this story…

School assessment results released

‘Tis the season — backpacks are hanging at the ready for the start of school next week, and last year’s statewide assessment results are being released, giving districts and the…

Medical center sees another record month

July was a record month for patient revenue for Pagosa Springs Medical Center (PSMC) — the second consecutive month the facility has set a new record. The full version of…

The Incredible Years Parenting Class is coming

By Michelle Carpenter Special to The PREVIEW The Incredible Years Parenting Class is a free opportunity offered to anyone who wants to build positive relationships with their children, who needs…

Magic is headed to Pagosa Springs Oct. 1

By Aubrie Limebrook Special to The PREVIEW The planning for Seeds of Learning’s Little Black Dress Affair — “Magic Happens” — is in full swing, with magical entertainment, delicious food…

Auditions scheduled for ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas’

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW There is a lot of kid in all of us, especially when it comes to the Christmas season. Nothing evokes those lovely childhood…

Season ending and new beginnings for Thingamajig Theatre Company

Season ending and new beginnings for Thingamajig Theatre Company

By Dale Scrivenger Special to The PREVIEW We can’t believe we just finished our fifth season here with the Thingamajig Theatre Company. From the magical underwater playground of “Disney’s The…

Four Corners Folk Festival just one week away

By Crista Munro Special to The PREVIEW Festival camping at the 21st annual Four Corners Folk Festival opens a week from tomorrow; the event takes place Sept. 2, 3 and…

Human remains found on Mill Creek Road

The following is a statement from Archuleta County Undersheriff Tonya Hamilton: “On August 23rd, 2016, members of the United States Forest Service were working in an area up Mill Creek…