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It’s fun to work with Dad

By Mark Thompson Special to The SUN It was hot and dusty this past June, and my daughter and I were trying to bend a piece of rebar. I don’t…

King’s Kids program at the Church of Christ

By Dorman Diller Special to The PREVIEW The annual King’s Kids program at the Church of Christ will begin on Wednesday, Oct. 3. Classes will meet each Wednesday evening through…

‘Compassion: Translating Research into Action’

By John Graves Special to The PREVIEW On Sunday, Sept. 30, the Pagosah Unitarian Universalist Fellowship service topic will be “Compassion: Translating Research into Action,” presented by Dr. Pam Kircher.…

Water lecture, safe food film and Spanish classes

By Carole Howard PREVIEW Columnist, and the Library staff This evening (Thursday, Sept. 27) from 6-7:15 p.m., Denise Rue-Pastin will speak on the state of Colorado’s water as the third…

More Pagosa pioneers, and an early-day tragedy

More Pagosa pioneers, and an early-day tragedy

Steven Miller Keith and his family were early settlers in the San Juan Basin. Traveling with the Cox, O’Neal and other families, they drove longhorn cattle from Texas along the…

When all is dark, try meatballs

It’s dark. An oppressive present is frequented by failure, plague, despair, strife. The immediate future is vague, at best. It shouldn’t be this way. After all, it is springtime. In…

Food preparation and canning at high altitudes

At altitudes above 3,000 feet, preparation of food may require changes in time, temperature or recipe. The reason for these changes is the lower atmospheric pressure due to a thinner…

Hummin’ Heaven Ranch participates in National Alpaca Farm Days

By Rich Fiorucci Special to The SUN On Sept. 29 and 30, alpaca breeders from across the United States and Canada will invite the public to come to their farm…

Officials identify human remains

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer The human remains found last week in western Archuleta County have been identified as those of a man who went missing in the area weeks…

On theft solved, one burglary reported

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer Multiple burglaries and thefts are on the radar at the Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office and, while a recent Loma Linda burglary is under investigation, another…