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Photography club to host annual exhibit

Photography club to host annual exhibit

By Steve Merchant Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs Photography Club is pleased to announce its annual photo exhibit slated to take place from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.…

Verizon service disruption

Verizon Wireless service may be unavailable in parts of Pagosa Springs from Piedra Road west along U.S. 160, and south on U.S. 84 both Friday, Nov. 21 and Saturday, Nov.…

Roberts elected as Senate president pro tempore

With Election Day behind us at last, next year’s Colorado legislature begins to take shape. For the first time since being elected in 2006, I’ll be serving in the majority…

Couple arrested for credit card fraud

A pair of Pagosa Springs residents were arrested last week following alleged incidents that included criminal impersonation, forgery and theft, among other things. Holly Elizabeth Selby and Austin James Walker,…

Two budget items remain on today’s town council agenda

The Pagosa Springs Town Council meets today at noon, with two items of particular interest on the agenda— the continued discussion concerning the 2015 budget and the grant application for…

Local opinion sought on state water plan

The Southwest Basin Roundtable (SBRT) hosted a Basin Implementation Plan Outreach meeting on Nov. 17 in Pagosa Springs to meet with local residents to discuss concerns and gather input on…

Agriculture Commissioner Salazar announces retirement

Agriculture Commissioner Salazar announces retirement

By Christi Lightcap Special to The SUN Gov. John Hickenlooper announced recently that John Salazar, Colorado’s commissioner of agriculture, will retire at the beginning of January 2015. He has served…

School district health report: assessing beyond the classroom

The Archuleta School District Health and Wellness Report is in for 2014. Sandy Lane, health and wellness coordinator for the district, reported the data reflects “a paradigm shift in education.”…

Spanning the San Juan

Spanning the San Juan

A fairly large crowd of spellbound spectators gathered along 6th Street Tuesday afternoon to watch as a crew from Hart Construction used a large crane to set the town’s newest…

Village at Wolf Creek: Land exchange receives tentative approval

By Mike Blakeman The Rio Grande National Forest has completed the Village at Wolf Creek Access Project analysis and draft record of decision. Forest Supervisor Dan Dallas selected Alternative 2, the…