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Town discusses resources, next steps for potential 5th Street bridge

By Jim Garrett Staff Writer At the Pagosa Springs Town Council’s public work session last Thursday night, Town Manager Greg Schulte told attendees that financing of the potential cost of…

Snowpack drops below average in early spring

By Leah Ballard Staff Writer Snowpack in the San Juan Basin didn’t fall below average until the end of February, according to data from the National Resource Conservation Service (NRCS).…

Bills address CDOT accountability and water issues

I had some important victories in the past few weeks, two of which were the unanimous approval by the House Agriculture, Livestock and Natural Resources Committee of HB16-1256 regarding a…

Public meeting on bridge draws crowd

Public meeting on bridge draws crowd

By Jim Garrett Staff Writer The Pagosa Springs Town Council’s public work session last Thursday held to discuss the proposed bridge over the San Juan River at 5th Street from…

Hot air balloon breaks powerline

An incident involving a power line and a hot air balloon occurred on the morning of Thursday, March 17, off of County Road 139. According to Archuleta County Undersheriff Tonya…

Seeds closes toddler program, expands pre-K

By Dee McPeek Special to The SUN Over the past several months, Seeds of Learning has made several unsuccessful attempts to hire required staff for its toddler room. This has…

Fire department responds to multiple fires

Fire department responds to multiple fires

On Monday, March 21, members of the Pagosa Fire Protection District (PFPD) were dispatched to the Aspen Springs area to respond to a fire. According to firefighter Kelly Robertson, who…

High school’s ‘Legally Blonde’ benefits from professional help

Dale Johnson Special to The PREVIEW I had the pleasure of meeting Ryan Hazelbaker several years ago after he discovered Pagosa through Thingamajig Theater Company and Pagosa discovered him. Then,…

PSHS student council fundraising for books

By Delila Pastin and Kayla Nasralla Special to The PREVIEW This year, the student council at Pagosa Springs High School has launched a campaign through Go Fund Me to make…

Save room for chocolate and fun April 2

By Mike Stoll Special to The PREVIEW The annual Humane Society Chocolate Auction is just around the corner. This year’s auction will be held on April 2 in the PLPOA…