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Prescribed pile burns planned for Porcupine and Nipple Mountain areas

The Pagosa Ranger District plans to burn several slash piles resulting from the Rito Blanco Timber Sale over the winter on the San Juan National Forest east of Pagosa Springs.…

Christmas parties for kids announced

By Frank Porter Special to The PREVIEW Christmas is for kids and kids love parties. We have scheduled several Christmas parties again this year. The party theme for this year…

Travelers can expect two-hour delay Thursday on Wolf Creek Pass

Motorists will experience a delay on U.S. 160, Wolf Creek Pass Thursday morning, Dec. 8. The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) will close the pass at 6:30 a.m. to conduct…

Contra dance to benefit Archuleta County Victim Assistance

By Juanalee Park Special to The PREVIEW A devastating fire destroyed the newly remodeled offices of the Archuleta County Victim Assistance Program(ACVAP). It is truly a resilient and incredibly hardworking…

Heralds of Christmas concert set for Dec. 18

By Heidi Tanner Special to The PREVIEW The Heralds of Christmas concert will be presented this year on Dec. 18 at 3 p.m. at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church. This concert…

High school choir to entertain the Mountain View Homemakers Dec. 8

By Tozi Rubin Special to The PREVIEW The Mountain View Homemakers invite all area women to our special holiday gathering on Thursday, Dec. 8. The group will meet at 11…

Pagosa Springs Girls Choir holiday concert Tuesday evening

By Linda Parker Special to The PREVIEW Next Tuesday evening, the Pagosa community is in for a wonderful holiday treat as the Pagosa Springs Girls Choir (PSGC) will be performing…

World Craft Fair open this weekend

By Carole Nasralla Special to The PREVIEW For three days this weekend, the 11th annual World Craft Fair will offer the Pagosa Springs community an opportunity to invest in their…

Handmade holiday cards to benefit Seeds of Learning

Handmade holiday cards to benefit Seeds of Learning

By Terri Hardeman Special to The PREVIEW On Nov. 14, parents from the Family Involvement Committee met at Seeds of Learning to make holiday art cards that are now on…

County lawsuit remanded to District Court in Archuleta County

In the lawsuit brought against the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) and county attorney over ballot initiatives that were denied a place on the county’s 2014 ballot, U.S.…