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Committee formed to help with Extension programming

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer A new advisory committee has been created in Archuleta County, in this instance to help with CSU Extension programming. The committee was formed following two…

County commissioners institute hiring ‘chill’

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer For the second time in the last two years, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners has instituted a county-wide hiring “chill.” The full version…

Food bank drive features free photo with Santa

Help fill local food banks this holiday season. Bring a canned good or dry product for the local food banks to receive a ticket to get your picture taken with…

Women’s Club plans annual holiday luncheon

By Sharee Grazda Special to The PREVIEW Ladies of Pagosa Springs, it is that time of the year again — time to put the Women’s Club Holiday Luncheon on your…

In Memoriam-J. Bret Maulsby

Heaven’s Birthday, 11/27/2012, one  year. Until We Meet Again Those special memories of you Will always bring a smile If only we could have you back For just a little…

Pirates beat Indians 61-43, home opener Saturday

Staff Writer The Pagosa Springs varsity boys’ basketball team launched their season with a 61-43 victory over the Sanford Indians in the season opener last Friday night in Sanford. “Even…

Lesson and Carols service at Sunday Night Unplugged

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW This Sunday evening, 5 p.m., at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church, the Choir of St. Patrick’s will present the traditional Service of Lessons and…

Hanukkah the subject of UU Fellowship service

By John Graves Special to The PREVIEW On Sunday, Dec. 9, the Pagosah Unitarian Universalist Fellowship service will explore the Jewish holiday Hanukkah, in a presentation by Julie Loar. She explains…

Lady Pirates win first game of season

Staff Writer One game, one win. The Pagosa Springs High School Lady Pirates basketball team started with a bang Saturday evening, in the form of a 45-16 win over the…

Town pay raises

Town pay raises

Dear Editor: I am writing in reference to Darrell Cotton’s remarks in last week’s edition of The Pagosa Springs SUN, headed “Council debates raises for town employees,” where he stated…