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Planning commission meeting canceled; Board of Adjustments to hold hearing on Walmart lighting

The Tuesday, June 23,  Town Planning Commission Meeting has been canceled. The Town of Pagosa Springs has received a “Notice of Appeal” from Walmart Real Estate Business Trust, 211 Aspen…

Moose passes through heading north

Moose passes through heading north

A bull moose was spotted near town as he was making his way back to the high country as warm summer weather sets in. Colorado Parks and Wildlife Officer (CPW)…

Pagosa Farmers Market opening Saturday

By Pauline Benetti Special to The PREVIEW Summer is here and one sure sign is the opening of the Pagosa Farmers Market this Saturday. This is the ninth year of…

Got green? Eco Art Week at Hands-On Arts Camp starts July 15

By Lisa Brown and Tessie Garcia Special to The PREVIEW For 21 years, Lisa Brown and Tessie Garcia have been providing fun, nurturing and creative art experiences. Hands-On Arts Camp…

‘Shrek The Musical’ a community effort

‘Shrek The Musical’ a community effort

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW Directors, actors, musicians, theater crew and a plethora of volunteers are actively working with the local nonprofit organization Curtains Up Pagosa to present…

Registration open for Rotary Fourth of July parade

By JoAnn Laird Special to The PREVIEW In three weeks, the American Legion Color Guard will be leading the best Fourth of July parade ever down Pagosa Street. There will…

Celebrate the summer solstice with a labyrinth walk at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church

By Mary Jane Hooper Special to The PREVIEW You are invited to come and welcome the summer solstice by walking the sacred path of the beautiful outdoor labyrinth located behind…

Red Cross launches powerful new app with everything you need to know in an emergency

By Bill Fortune Special to The SUN The American Red Cross announces the release of its new Emergency App, which gives people instant access to weather alerts, life-saving information and…

Despite sunshine, caution urged near water

While today’s forecast shows only a chance of isolated showers and thunderstorms, local authorities are reminding people to remain cautious around waterways. According to Thad McKain, Archuleta County’s director of…

Archuleta County Relay for Life enters 18th year

Archuleta County Relay for Life enters 18th year

By Debbie Jennings Special to The PREVIEW Our Archuleta County Relay for Life is an energetic, community event supported by our entire community, including families, schools, churches, other nonprofits and…