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Visitor Center is back on council agenda

Staff Writer The second reading of Ordinance 808, the Visitor Center Lease Agreement, will take place during this week’s meeting of the Pagosa Springs Town Council scheduled for noon on…

More roads opening

Staff Writer The following roads are now open: • 006 — Kenney Flats, • 029 — Echo Canyon, • 629 — Turkey Springs to upper gate, • 647 — Turkey…

Audubon meeting features arborglyphs expert

Audubon meeting features arborglyphs expert

By Becky Herman Special to The PREVIEW The Weminuche Audubon Society monthly meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 16, in the senior dining room of the…

Benefit concert will support agricultural program

By Jane Parker Special to The PREVIEW Please join us for a fun evening of great music, food and loads of silent auction items at the Haiti Benefit concert to…

Aspen Springs candidate meet and greet Saturday

Staff Writer The candidates for the Aspen Springs Metropolitan District special election, to take place May 6, will be hosting a meet and greet potluck this Saturday, April 12. The…

SBA seeks award nominations

By Tiffani S. Clements Special to The SUN The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is seeking nominations for its annual Tibbetts and Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Hall of Fame…

Changing of the guard at the Chamber of Commerce

SUN Columnist In the transition of the writing of the weekly SUN articles from Mary Jo Coulehan to myself, I would like to expand on an announcement that went out…

Middle school honor roll announced

By Jenifer Pitcher Special to The SUN The following students made Pagosa Springs Middle School’s third-quarter Honor Roll: Caitlyn Adams, Alejandro Aguilar, Faith Ahlhardt, Keanan Anderson, Conner Aragon, Kimberly Armendariz,…

McCabe Creek Bridge

Town planner James Dickhoff has asked for a chance to clarify his most recent report to town council concerning the McCabe Creek Bridge project. The $2.1 million increase in projected…

Little changes, big impact: green up the office for Earth Day

Staff Writer  In honor of Earth Day, this year on Tuesday, April 22, help your office go green by making changes to conserve energy, reduce emissions and save money. Flip…