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Items galore at Auction for the Animals Friday night

Items galore at Auction  for the Animals Friday night

By Mike Stoll Special to The PREVIEW Have you ever wanted to sail through the trees and over the river on the longest zip line of its kind in the…

Area fire update: Aug. 20, 7:40 p.m.

Area fire update: Aug. 20, 7:40 p.m.

Little Devil Fire The following update was issued by the Durango Interagency Fire Dispatch at 7:40 p.m. regarding the Little Devil Fire: Start: Aug. 18 Cause: Lightning Size: 70 acres…

Tips for living in areas at risk for wildfire

By Saul Rosenthal Special to The PREVIEW Q: What are some tips for people living in areas of Colorado at high risk for wildfires? A: It is certainly a privilege…

Fire update: Aug. 20, 3 p.m.

Little Devil Fire As of 3 p.m., Durango Interagency Fire Dispatch reported that the Little Devil Fire had grown to an estimated 70 acres. The heavy air tanker from Boise,…

Pagosa Springs Girls Choir final auditions tonight

By Linda Parker Special to The PREVIEW Tonight’s the night. Do you love to sing? Enjoy performing? Are you a middle school-aged girl in grades five through eight? If you…

Town receives grant to save historic bridge

The Rumbaugh Creek stone arch bridge, located behind the old waterworks storage tanks near Lewis and 1st streets in downtown Pagosa Springs, may not collapse after all — if the…

McCabe Creek culvert project delayed until 2017

The McCabe Creek Culvert Project is one of the items on Greg Schulte’s Town Manager Report for today’s Pagosa Springs Town Council meeting agenda packet. In it he states, “At…

Health insurance presentation, job fair being planned

By Angela Wirth SUN Columnist The Pagosa Springs Chamber is planning opportunities to help our area businesses by providing a future Business Bites presentation concerning health insurance and offering another…

Colorado Association of Realtors launches Colorado Project Wildfire

By Marty Schechter Special to The SUN Over the past two decades, frequent, large, destructive wildfires have claimed hundreds of thousands of acres of land, damaged or destroyed hundreds of…

Public comment sought on FLC reaccreditation

By Mitch Davis Special to The SUN Fort Lewis College is up for reaccreditation with the Higher Learning Commission this fall. The public has the opportunity to send their comments…