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Town plans to repave Piedra Street and add new sidewalk

Piedra Street in downtown Pagosa Springs — from 8th Street to the Old Durango Road behind the soccer fields at the elementary school — will receive fresh pavement and a…

Local man’s body found in river

The body of a Pagosa Springs man was found in the San Juan River Saturday morning. The body, identified by Coroner Dan Keuning as Anthony Montoya-Martinez, 33, was discovered south…

Aerial survey shows spruce beetle activity escalating, mountain pine beetle declining

By Ryan Lockwood Special to The SUN The U.S. Forest Service and Colorado State Forest Service (CSFS) recently released the results of the annual aerial forest health survey in Colorado.…

Weather may delay Reservoir Hill thinning project

The Reservoir Hill forest-thinning project, tentatively scheduled to begin this month, has been delayed until the weather becomes more cooperative. “Right now it’s really soft up there,” Pagosa Springs Parks…

Robert and Sally Alling: Red lights haven’t stopped them

Robert and Sally Alling: Red lights haven’t stopped them

Robert and Sally Alling have been together for over two decades. They enjoy riding their Harley Davidson, and both have a hard time looking at a red light and not…

‘Over the Rainbow’ to raise funds for Pagosa Springs Girls Choir

‘Over the Rainbow’ to raise funds for Pagosa Springs Girls Choir

By Patti Vyzralek Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs Girls Choir is preparing to host a magical evening of fun, food and happy feet for all guests at its…

Learn the basics of square dance

By Carla Roberts Special to The PREVIEW Four Corners-based square dance caller Carla Roberts is putting the call out for dancers to come and experience this fun and challenging form…

Homemakers’ favorite things, back by popular demand

By Tozi Rubin Special to The PREVIEW The theme of Mountain View Homemakers’ February meeting is “My Favorite Things.” This program is back by popular demand because we all had…

Chimney Rock seeking volunteers

By Kristi Nolan Special to The SUN I hesitated for several years before volunteering with the Chimney Rock Interpretive Association (CRIA). Not having any knowledge of the history of the different…

Body found in San Juan River identified

Pagosa Springs Police Chief Bill Rockensock has confirmed that the body of Anthony Martinez-Montoya, 33, of Pagosa Springs, was found in the river south of the new pedestrian bridge on…