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High school to host financial aid program

By Mark Thompson Special to The SUN On Wednesday, Jan. 30, from 7-9 p.m. the counseling department at Pagosa Springs High School will present a financial aid program for all…

Select county fees to increase in 2013

Staff Writer As part of beginning-of-the-year duties, the Board of County Commissioners Tuesday approved the 2013 fee schedule for county services, including changes to rates for recycling and trash collection…

Shocked

Shocked

Dear Editor: I was shocked and disappointed to read your editorial of last week about the PSCDC. You were like a bystander at a fight, which, as soon as someone…

Winning?

Winning?

Dear Editor: On the one hand, certain members of our town council talk about their tireless efforts to bring new business to Pagosa. On the other hand, they secretly sponsor…

Build a bridge, cross a border

Build a bridge,  cross a border

In last week’s Letters, a writer used the term “our town” in his comment. The writer lives in unincorporated Archuleta County and the remark illustrates a reality people on all…

UU service topic: ‘Life’s Twofold Journey’

On Sunday, Jan. 20, the Pagosah Unitarian Universalist Fellowship service topic will be “Life’s Twofold Journey,” presented by Dr. Mary Jen Meerdink. Meerdink states, “In the first half of our lives,…

Registration open for kids’ theatre sessions

Registration open for kids’ theatre sessions

By Laura Moore Special to The PREVIEW Registration is now open for the spring session of Watchamawhozits Children’s Theatre. Class starts on Jan. 18 and is for kids ages 7-12.…

Skate pond open for season

SUN Columnist With the onset of frigid weather, the skate pond behind the River Center is now in good shape and remains open for the season. The skate pond’s hours…

Aztec Ruins to celebrate 90 years as a National Monument

By Lauren Blacik Special to The SUN On Jan. 22, Aztec Ruins will celebrate the anniversary of its National Monument designation with cake and a special presentation by Dr. Carla…

Sales tax picture brightens with inspection

Staff Writer Sales tax figures are in for November, and while an initial glance at the report seems to indicate some bleak news for the beginning of the winter season…