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Pagosa students compete at state science fair

Pagosa students compete at state science fair

By Kayla Nasralla Special to The SUN Over spring break, two Pagosa students headed to Fort Collins to compete in the Colorado Science and Engineering Fair (CSEF). After coming in…

Colorado School of Mines Geophysics Field Camp presentation tonight

By Dawn Umpleby Special to The SUN The Colorado School of Mines Geophysics Field Camp will hold a presentation this evening, Thursday, May 22, at 7 p.m. at the CSU…

Black Hawk visits middle school for drug prevention

Black Hawk visits middle school for drug prevention

Staff Writer A HC60 Black Hawk helicopter touched down across from Town Park Friday morning to be greeted by a crowd of eager middle school students. The helicopter visit was…

Sales tax collections up significantly for March

Staff Writer When the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners and the Pagosa Springs Town Council met on March 9 to discuss a new 1-percent sales tax increase, Councilor David…

Governor to visit, sign geothermal bill May 30

Staff Writer Next Friday, May 30, Gov. John Hickenlooper will visit Pagosa Springs to sign HB14-1222 — a bill concerning geothermal energy generation and financing — into law. The ceremony…

Sewer pipeline: work begins, easement problems continue

Staff Writer While the Pagosa Springs Sanitation and General Improvement District is still scrambling to secure easements from property owners, construction has already begun on the new pipeline and pump…

Memorial Day services Monday

Staff Writer Memorial Day may be an unofficial start to the summer season, but it is also a day to remember those who have served or are currently serving our…

State Science Fair

State Science Fair

Photo courtesy Kayla Nasralla Kayla Nasralla, eighth-grader at Pagosa Springs Middle School, takes the top award at the state science fair from the Institute of Chemical Engineers. Nasralla is shown…

Three-time State Champ

Three-time State Champ

Photo courtesy Allison Wylie Taylor Strohecker holds up three fingers to signify her third time winning the track state championship in the girls’ high jump event. Strohecker broke the school…

Fire Safety Fair set for May 24

By Marie Fichtelman Special to The PREVIEW May is Wildfire Prevention Month in southwest Colorado and with good reason. Just consider the thousands of acres we’ve seen burn in the…