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Native American flute artist to play for Sunday Night Unplugged

Native American flute artist to play for Sunday Night Unplugged

As Pagosa’s summer months turn to the golden radiance of fall, Sunday Night Unplugged will celebrate the changing of the seasons this Sunday evening at 5 p.m. with the beautiful…

Chains required US 160 Wolf Creek Pass

Chains required US 160 Wolf Creek Pass

An early season storm is causing traffic delays on Wolf Creek Pass. The chain law is in effect between milemarkers 157 and 176 requiring all commercial vehicles to chain up.…

U.S. 160 reopens from Colo. 151 to Bayfield

U.S. 160 is now reopen from Colo. 151 to Bayfield.…

U.S. 160 closed from Colo. 151 to Bayfield

U.S. 160 is closed from Colo. 151 to Bayfield due to an accident that occurred at approximately 1 a.m. Crews are still working the scene.…

Updated: Internal Revenue Service executes warrant

Updated: Internal Revenue Service executes warrant

Special Agent Bryan Thiel with the Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation unit out of Denver stated in an interview with SUN staff this morning that they have executed a warrant…

Free chain saw safety class offered

By Roberta Tolan Special to The PREVIEW On Sept. 26, from 10 a.m. to noon, there will be a chain saw safety class at the CSU Extension building. Operating a…

Transmission line fault causes power outage for 5,777 customers in county

At 9:41 a.m. today (Saturday, Sept. 20), a fault on the transmission line that feeds Archuleta County caused 5,777 customers of La Plata Electric Association to lose power. The reason…

Habitat for Humanity offers home repair program

By Rebecca Anderson Special to The PREVIEW Did you know Habitat for Humanity has a home repair program? Since 2011, Habitat for Humanity has partnered with over a dozen homeowners…

South 6th Street to be closed until Oct. 8

Commuters in downtown Pagosa Springs need to be made aware of a significant road closure: Beginning, tomorrow, Sept. 17, at 8 a.m., South 6th Street will be closed to traffic…

Local organizations join forces in running down childhood obesity

Local organizations join forces in running down childhood obesity

By Kirsten Le Roux Special to The SUN Two local nonprofits that work with kids have partnered with Colorado nonprofit Kids Running America (KRA) to motivate and engage kids in…