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Prescribed burns planned for Turkey Springs/Brockover Mesa area, Horsefly burn postponed

By Ann Bond Special to The SUN The U.S. Forest Service Pagosa Ranger District is planning to burn approximately 400 acres in the Turkey Springs/Brockover Mesa area northwest of Pagosa…

ACSO reports increase in domestic violence calls

On Saturday, April 15, the Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office (ACSO) responded to a domestic violence case that resulted in the arrest of one male. The full version of this story…

Save the dates for upcoming Retro Metro Kids-Safe Routes To School events

By Annie Sewell Special to The SUN Retro Metro Kids-Safe Routes to School will be hosting community events throughout the months of May and June. The events are geared to…

Pagosa Lodge owner charged for nuisances, lack of permit

A local property owner pleaded no contest to two different charges pertaining to work that was being done on his property on March 22. The full version of this story…

Yamaguchi Park playground closed for construction

By Darren Lewis SUN Columnist Effective Monday, April 24, the Yamaguchi Park playground area will be closed for construction. The full version of this story is available in the print…

Property owners encouraged to sign up for emergency notification system

Archuleta County Assessor Natalie Woodruff informed the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners at the board’s Tuesday morning work session that notices will soon be mailed to county property owners…

Mayor announces town beautification campaign

By Jennie Green Special to The SUN In an effort to add some color to Pagosa Springs this summer, Mayor Don Volger is spearheading a new initiative to plant flowers…

Ordinance restricts open burning in county

At its regular meeting on Tuesday this week, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners gave final approval to an ordinance to require permits for open burning in the unincorporated…

Earth Week activities continue, Earth Day Saturday

By Pauline Benetti Special to The PREVIEW The 2017 celebration of Earth Week is solid evidence that Pagosa Springs is a community that cares about the future of the planet…

Landslide closes portion of Pagosa Springs High School

Landslide closes portion of  Pagosa Springs High School

The music and athletic wing of Pagosa Springs High School (PSHS) closed late last week following a landslide behind that portion of the school, and remained closed until Wednesday morning.…