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Thin ice proves problematic for area animals

Thin ice proves problematic for area animals

Thin ice proved to be an issue for area animals over the last week, with both good and bad results. On Monday afternoon, Dec. 29, a horse was successfully rescued…

More snow on the way

One holiday storm is in the books for Pagosa Country and another looks to be on its way. A storm that began on Christmas and continued through the following day…

Historic department store: Five generations of family legacy

Historic department store: Five generations of family legacy

If someone were to walk up to a native of the area and ask where they could find the “Neiman Marcus of Pagosa Springs” (as it’s been called by some),…

Wal-Mart on schedule for March opening

The Wal-Mart construction project in uptown Pagosa Springs is on schedule, despite some weather-related delays, and the 93,000-square-foot store should still open sometime in March 2015. The full version of…

Hospital accepting Veterans Choice Card

In a press release, Pagosa Springs Medical Center (PSMC) announced it now accepts the Veterans Choice Card. Under a contract with TriWest Healthcare Alliance, PSMC can now provide healthcare services…

High school to hold ‘Aladdin’ auditions

By Dale Johnson Special to The PREVIEW The performing arts department of Pagosa Springs High School is excited to announce auditions for its 2015 spring high school musical, “Aladdin.” Auditions…

PSCA to host New Year’s Eve Masquerade Ball

PSCA to host New Year’s Eve Masquerade Ball

By Laura Moore Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts has a well-earned reputation of transporting people who walk though the doors into other worlds. Worlds…

Search ends, woman found

Search ends, woman found

The search for Jonnachie (Jonncie) L. Chavez is over. She has been found. According to the Archuleta County Division of Emergency Management, the situation was being treated as a medical…

Curtains Up to present ‘Phantom and Friends’

By Dale Johnson Special to The PREVIEW Curtains Up Pagosa is pleased to announce the new date for the rescheduling of our “Phantom” concert — Saturday, Jan. 17, at 7…

J. Paul Brown to serve on two legislative committees

By Ann McCoy Harold Special to The SUN J. Paul Brown, representative- elect for Colorado House District 59, will serve on the Agriculture, Livestock and Natural Resources Committee and Health,…