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County on track to end year well over budgeted revenues

Based on early projections, Archuleta County is on pace to end 2015 with revenues in the general fund exceeding budgeted amounts by at least $550,000. The news came as part…

Legion officers to hold meet and greet in Pagosa today

By Roy Vega Special to The SUN Tom Florez, American Legion Department of Colorado commander, and the department service officer, Robert Rhodes, will be stopping in Pagosa Springs for a…

Area fires bring smoke, haze

  Video courtesy US Forest Service By Randi Pierce Staff Writer Lightning is the suspected cause of several small fires that are burning or have burned in the area recently,…

Smoke update

Early indications are that today’s haze is coming from a small fire on Jicarilla Apache Nation lands. More will be posted when it is available. Related Tags:…

Extra ‘Tarzan’ performance added at PSCA

Extra ‘Tarzan’ performance added at PSCA

By Tim Moore Special to The PREVIEW Thingamajig Theatre Company’s “Tarzan” has added an additional performance at 7 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 23. “Tarzan” has been sold out for over…

Annual library book sale to be held Aug. 21 and 22

Annual library book sale  to be held Aug. 21 and 22

By Lynn Frederick Special to The PREVIEW Try to envision curling up with a good book this winter when the sun has set early and the snow is flying. The…

Navajo quilter featured at Pagosa Springs History Museum

Navajo quilter featured at Pagosa Springs History Museum

By Shari Pierce Special to The PREVIEW Bring your goose bumps. The Pagosa Springs History Museum has a treat in store for you. This summer, the museum is featuring quilts…

Free Summer Concert Series finale at the Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts Aug. 18

By Laura Moore Special to The PREVIEW The final concert of the Free Concert Series at the Center for the Arts will take place at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug.…

Flutist, pianist to serenade at Sunday Night Unplugged

Flutist, pianist to serenade at Sunday Night Unplugged

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW The public is invited to attend, free of charge, Sunday Night Unplugged this Sunday at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church. The 5 p.m. service…

‘Legends, Lies and Legacies’ at August Cowboy Poetry Gathering

‘Legends, Lies and Legacies’ at August Cowboy Poetry Gathering

By Ken Harms Special to The PREVIEW Ken and Jan Harms are happy to announce they have received a grant to host the second annual Pagosa Peak Cowboy Poetry Gathering…