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Wrestlers back on track at Alamosa

Wrestlers back on track at Alamosa

Staff Writer In wrestling, the battle is everything. Win or lose, how you fight the battle tells you everything you need to know: what you need to work on, what…

Take time to winterize your horse

By Jim Smith SUN Columnist Cold weather usually does not affect horses as suddenly or dramatically as it does us humans. Horses are very adaptable to cold weather, but they…

Special interests

Special interests

Dear Editor: If we are ever going to have a genuine dialog about the economy, labor and income disparity, we need  first to recognize the nature of the world in…

Excel, Word, First Aid and Jewelry-Making classes at the Ed Center

By Rosalind Marshall Special to The SUN The spring session of college classes from Southwest Colorado Community College at the Education Center started on Jan. 14, and through our partnership…

County building department reports increase in permit numbers

Staff Writer Reports delivered to the Board of County Commissioners during a meeting last week touched on a variety of topics, from building and planning to roadwork to elections. The…

Loaves and Fishes: Stepping up to serve

Loaves and Fishes: Stepping up to serve

Special to The PREVIEW   Members of the board of Loaves and Fishes met this past week with representatives of churches and organizations that have volunteered to cook and serve…

Call for artists: ‘Survivors of Violence’ exhibit

By Mara Koch Special to The PREVIEW Artists are being sought for the “Survivors of Violence” art exhibit to be held Feb. 8-17 at Pagosa Center for the Arts. The…

Free guitar classes at the community center

By Traci Bishop SUN Columnist Ever wanted to learn how to play the guitar? Or, maybe just get a refresher? If so, now is your chance. Tyler Fearon and the…

Newest alternative high school program uses out-of-book experiences

By Gary Franchi Special to The SUN Students in the relatively new Alternative High School Diploma Program in Pagosa Springs might tour a museum or library, learn about the value…

Help eliminate poverty in Pagosa Springs

By Rev. Donald A. Ford Special to The SUN Circles is a national campaign designed to help families out of poverty by surrounding those in need with allies that build…