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Crews contain two small fires

Staff Writer Two small grass fires burned and were contained earlier this week, with neither fire burning more than two acres. Because of the fire danger in portions of the…

District works to curb water loss

Staff Writer During the June 26 PAWSD (Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District) work session and meeting, manager Ed Winton gave a positive update about the district’s efforts finding and…

Learn what your Chamber can do for you

SUN Columnist If you haven’t attended a Maximizing Your Membership class recently, you don’t know all the amenities the Chamber has to offer your business. Maximizing Your Membership is a…

Input sought on catch-and-release proposal for San Juan

Staff Writer Pagosa Springs Town Tourism Committee member Larry Fisher led a meeting last week in which nearly 20 concerned anglers and local fishing guides tried to explain to two…

Fostering community: Library provides safe zone for youth

Fostering community: Library provides safe zone for youth

Staff Writer Summertime at the library is jumping — quite literally this week, with teen and tween (fourth- through sixth-grade) patrons coming together to play a variety of video games…

Town lends support to skate park project

Town lends support to skate park project

Staff Writer Just in time for its eighth annual skateboard competition and fundraiser, which will start at 10 a.m.  on July 12 in Yamaguchi Park, the Skaters’ Coalition for Concrete…

Cowboy poetry gathering comes to Pagosa

Cowboy poetry gathering comes to Pagosa

By Ken Harms Special to The PREVIEW Western Music Association’s Ken and Jan Harms are happy to announce that they have received a grant from the Archuleta  County Tourism Fund…

8th Street repaving project hits snag

Staff Writer While the focus of Monday night’s public input meeting centered on whether or not parking should be removed and bike lanes added to 8th Street, at Tuesday night’s…

We must fix our broken immigration system

Sen. Bennet’s Report In the current combative, partisan environment in Washington D.C., compromise and cooperation are rare occurrences. That is even more evident following Speaker John Boehner’s recent announcement that…

May proves strong financial month for hospital

Staff Writer “May was a good month,” Upper San Juan Health Service District Board Treasurer Karl Irons reported during the June 24 board meeting. In his written financial report, Irons…