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CDOT makes safety improvements at U.S. 160 and Vista/Meadows

By Nancy Shanks Special to The SUN The Colorado Department of Transportation has begun a project to improve the safety of the intersection at U.S. 160 and Vista Boulevard/Meadows Drive…

CDOT encourages Coloradans to drive distraction-free

By Emily Wilfong Special to The SUN The only thing less predictable than Colorado weather in the spring is a driver texting alongside you. They might as well be wearing…

Scholarship available

By Darlene Wylie Special to The PREVIEW The Lawrence J. Shock Memorial Scholarship is available to a graduating high school senior from Durango, Ignacio, Bayfield and Pagosa Springs high schools.…

Membership survey to be sent out next week

SUN Columnist The Chamber of Commerce will be sending out a member survey beginning April 8. The survey consists of five easy-to-answer questions designed to assist the Chamber board and…

Years of Service

Years of Service

After years of service on the Pagosa Springs Town Council, Tuesday’s meeting was the last for mayor Ross Aragon and trustee Darrel Cotton, with both men deciding to not run…

Ballots due Tuesday in town election

Staff Writer The Pagosa Springs municipal election will be held next Tuesday, April 8. Voters can mail in their ballots or deliver them to the Town Hall polling place located…

Town concerned about CDOT plans

Staff Writer Two seemingly unrelated projects proposed by the Colorado Department of Transportation for U.S. 160 as it passes through Pagosa Springs came up during town planner James Dickhoff’s recent…

Visitor Center move on hold

Staff Writer The SUN would like to issue a correction to the April 3 article, “Visitor Center move on hold.” David Mitchem was quoted in the article as having said…

Students stepping up as peer educators

Students stepping up as peer educators

Staff Writer Pagosa Springs High School has welcomed a new addition to its campus: a peer education based writing center. Fostering literacy The writing center, designed and launched by English…

Interactive education centers offered at health fair

By Sharee Grazda Special to The PREVIEW The 2014 Pagosa Springs 9Health Fair will be offering a new IEC (Interactive Education Center) on Saturday, April 5 from 7 a.m.-noon at…