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Memorial Veda Jeanette Ortega

1961-2017 Veda, loving wife, mother, grandmother, daughter, sister and aunt, went to be with our Lord and Father on Feb. 13 in Albuquerque, N.M. She was born on Oct. 27,…

Farmers Market to open Saturday

By Pauline Benetti Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Farmers Market opens this Saturday, June 17. The Pagosa Farmers Market runs on Saturdays from June 17 through Sept. 16 and…

High school cheerleaders to hold car wash, bake sale

By Tina Remlinger Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs High School (PSHS) cheerleaders are holding a car wash and bake sale on Saturday, June 17, from 9 a.m. to…

Curtains Up Pagosa passes the baton for ‘Sister Act’

By S. L. Neel Special to The PREVIEW Curtains Up Pagosa (CUP) is very excited to present the wildly funny musical “Sister Act” beginning June 23 in the Pagosa Springs…

Preparing for the 2017 wildfire season

By Vincent Plymell Special to The SUN In April, Colorado’s Division of Fire Prevention and Control issued its 2017 wildfire outlook for the state. Models currently indicate that the state…

PFPD responds to head-on collision, extricates puppy

PFPD responds to head-on collision, extricates puppy

The Pagosa Fire Protection District (PFPD) and Colorado State Patrol (CSP) responded to several vehicular accidents the past week, including a head on collision off of U.S. 84 that involved…

Rotary awards record $30,000 in scholarships

By Livia Lynch Special to The SUN The Pagosa Springs Rotary Club is proud to announce those individuals receiving 2017 Rotary scholarships totaling a record $30,000. The full version of…

New charter school law provides greater accountability, transparency to parents, taxpayers

By Mike Wetzel Special to The SUN Gov. John Hickenlooper signed House Bill 1375 into law opening a new chapter in transparency and accountability for charter schools in Colorado. The…

Additional $70 million in grants available to address opioid crisis

Special to The SUN Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Tom Price recently announced the availability of over $70 million in federal grants for the fight against opioid abuse. Price…

Man interrupts ACSO traffic stop, resists arrest

On Sunday, June 11, the Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office (ACSO) arrested a man after he approached a deputy and interrupted a routine traffic stop, shouting profanities at both the deputy…