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Sales tax collections up 14.6 percent in August

According to Archuleta County Finance Director Larry Walton, the total sales tax collection for August 2015 was $817,251.54, which is $103,836.62 or 14.6 percent higher than the same month in…

Kurz, students attend Sustaining Colorado Watersheds Conference

Kurz, students attend Sustaining Colorado Watersheds Conference

On Wednesday, Oct. 7, J.D. Kurz, a global science teacher at Pagosa Springs High School, presented a paper on snow flow (runoff due to snow melt) at the 10th annual…

St. Patrick’s annual clothing giveaway a gift to the community

St. Patrick’s annual clothing giveaway a gift to the community

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW Every year in October, St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church undertakes a major event to assure members of the community are able to be appropriately…

Don your ‘Jewels and Jeans’ for Rotary’s barn dance Oct. 17

Don your ‘Jewels and Jeans’  for Rotary’s barn dance Oct. 17

By John Duvall Special to The PREVIEW You have just a few days to come up with your dazzling duds for the “Jewels and Jeans” Barn Dance. This is going…

Pagosa’s Professional Women’s Networking Group invites all women to monthly meeting

By Ali Hunt Special to The PREVIEW Pagosa’s Professional Women’s Networking Group is a group of professional women who run their own businesses coming together, sharing ideas and getting feedback…

First Drag Night at Center for the Arts set for Oct. 14

First Drag Night at Center for the Arts set for Oct. 14

By Audrey Layne Crocker Special to The PREVIEW Let’s face it, the night life in Pagosa Springs can be monotonous at times. Some people say it can even be a…

‘Monster Book Fair’ set to open Monday

By Lisa Scott Special to The PREVIEW Families, teachers and the community are invited to attend the Scholastic Book Fair hosted by Pagosa Springs Elementary School Oct. 12-22 during school…

Maria Corina Romero

Maria Corina Romero, 83, was born May 11, 1932, in Rosa, N.M., to Elario Rivas and Margarita Rivas. She died Oct. 2 in Phoenix, Ariz. She is survived by children,…

Sunday Night Unplugged to feature Native American flute, labyrinth walk

Sunday Night Unplugged to feature Native American flute, labyrinth walk

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW It would be difficult to live in Pagosa Springs and not notice the transformation taking place in the mountains, in the weather and…

Donald George Donnie’ Shahan

It is with great sadness we are announcing the passing of Donald George “Donnie” Shahan on Oct. 5 after courageously fighting a long, hard battle with cancer. Born on June…