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CDOT’s telephone town halls providing forum for Coloradans

Special to The SUN The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is hosting nine telephone town halls over the next seven weeks, providing the public with a forum to ask questions…

Peewee soccer, adult coed sand volleyball added to summer lineup

By Darren Lewis SUN Columnist The recreation department is excited to offer peewee soccer for ages 3-4. Registration is currently being accepted at the recreation office through July 22. The…

Weekend search for juvenile ends successfully

A search for a missing juvenile took place Saturday night into Sunday morning last weekend during the 11th annual Folk ‘N Bluegrass Festival on Reservoir Hill. The full version of…

Student service project: Turkey Springs trail re-route

Student service project: Turkey Springs trail re-route

By Chris Hinger Special to The SUN Last Thursday, the Pagosa Springs Middle School eighth-grade class joined forces with the Pagosa Ranger District of the San Juan National Forest, San…

Council acts on town amenities and infrastructure

Pagosa Springs Town Council’s meeting on Tuesday, June 7, addressed an array of issues, having in common their connection to the community’s amenities and infrastructure. The full version of this…

Memorial jog for Julie Knapp 5K set for June 11

By Cheryl Class-Erickson Special to The PREVIEW There will be a Memorial Jog for Julie Knapp 5K at 9 a.m. on June 11, starting in the Centerpoint Church parking lot.…

Downtown Task Force to hold community forum

The Downtown Task Force has scheduled a special community forum for Thursday, June 16. The meeting will be held at 5:15 p.m. in the South Conference Room of the Ross…

Multiple crashes; two at ‘notorious curve’ on Wolf Creek Pass

Two accidents involving two semi trucks occurred within two days of each other near mile marker 160 on U.S. 160 last week. The full version of this story is available…

Investigation launched into complaints filed against county

The Colorado Independent Ethics Commission (IEC) has found that the complaints filed against the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) and County Attorney Todd Starr warrant a hearing and…

High school grads earn more than $500,000 through 115 scholarships

High school grads earn more than $500,000 through 115 scholarships

The 68 graduates of the Pagosa Springs High School (PSHS) class of 2016 who walked in the June 4 ceremony comprise a diverse group, from actors to championship athletes to…