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Christmas parties for kids announced

By Frank Porter Special to The PREVIEW Christmas is for kids and kids love parties. We have scheduled several Christmas parties again this year. The party theme for this year…

Breakfast with Santa set for Dec. 10 at high school

Breakfast with Santa set for Dec. 10 at high school

By Dan Burch Special to The PREVIEW Christmas is a time for family and tradition. The Pagosa Springs High School Music Department will once again host Breakfast with Santa at…

Bake sale to support Legion Auxiliary scholarships

By Carol Budde Special to The SUN The Pagosa Springs American Legion Auxiliary Post 108 is putting on a Christmas holiday bake sale and gift sale on Dec. 10 from…

Registration open for youth basketball ages 9-12

By Darren Lewis SUN Columnist The Pagosa Springs Recreation Department is currently accepting registrations through Dec. 30 for youth basketball for ages 9-12. The full version of this story is…

2017 Chamber board of director candidates announced

The 2017 slate of Chamber board candidates has been announced. After the submitted forms were reviewed and accepted, the following candidates will be running for the Chamber board: Leanne Goebel,…

Flu vaccine is a safeguard for community health

By Lauren Pope Special to The SUN December through February is the typical peak for the influenza virus and with the vaccination taking effect after about two weeks, now is…

Free book aimed at enriching main street

Special to The SUN When you travel on streets bustling with people and activity, you tend to see lively storefronts and sidewalk cafes with people walking their dogs, kids on…

Town council approves $11 million 2017 budget, acts on other matters

At its regular meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 6, the Pagosa Springs Town Council approved the town’s 2017 budget at the conclusion of a public hearing. The budget calls for total…

Cash prizes for creative ideas to protect bicyclists and pedestrians

By Meghan Dougherty Special to The SUN The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) has launched a challenge for cash prizes and is asking for creative ideas to protect bicyclists and…

Prescribed pile burns planned for Porcupine and Nipple Mountain areas

By Ann Bond Special to The SUN The Pagosa Ranger District plans to burn several slash piles resulting from the Rito Blanco Timber Sale over the winter on the San…