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Winter got you down? Play some indoor soccer

SUN Columnist The Ross Aragon Community Center is starting up its free, indoor soccer program on Saturday, Jan. 19, from 10 a.m.-noon. This is a great opportunity for kids to…

Shooter Jennings to headline Outlaw Snowdown

Shooter Jennings to headline Outlaw Snowdown

By Melissa Buckley Special to The PREVIEW Shooter Jennings, the only son of outlaw country legends Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter, will headline the first annual Outlaw Snowdown music festival…

Ripping paper, in the zone

Ripping paper, in the zone

Staff Writer “I do not call myself subject to much at all.” — Hawkeye, “Last of the Mohicans.” Ivy King is the type of person books are written about, and…

New free download service for audio books

SUN Columnist, and the Library Staff The Recorded Books collection of more than 3,800 audio books is now available free for Sisson Library patrons via OneClickDigital, their new platform. To…

Veterans: Learn about VA Health Care Benefits

SUN Columnist VA operates the nation’s largest integrated health care system with more than 1,500 sites of care, including hospitals, community clinics, community living centers, domiciliaries, readjustment counseling centers, and…

Aware

Aware

Dear Editor: It was a wonderful Christmas, especially on Dec. 22, when Christine Funk and friends included lots of people in the lighting of three Christmas trees. This is the…

Harp and flute concert opens series at St. Patrick’s

Special to The PREVIEW There is something ethereal about the rich sounds of the harp combined with the pure, singing quality of the flute. Harpist Anita Briggs and her daughter,…

Take your best shot, roll with the punches

  Columnist Do you remember Picture Day? No matter how hard you tried to look your best, those pictures still come back to haunt you. Your mother cut your bangs…

No connection

No connection

Dear Editor: Mr. Beaudry stated in his 1/3/13 letter, “The deadliest school massacre appears to have occurred in Chicago in 1958. A student set fire to the school, killing 92…

BoCC considers rate increases at landfill, recycling center

Staff Writer Archuleta County residents could see higher landfill and recycling rates in 2013, based on discussion at a work session late last week. The full version of this story…