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Come’n Git It for real American food writing

I’ve had enough. My ability to absorb and endure pretense (my own aside) has collapsed. I’m declaring a moratorium. On food magazines. Have you read any of the food magazines…

Stinkin’ thinkin’ in a nutshell

Stinkin’ thinkin’ in a nutshell

By Sue Ellen Haning Columnist Hello, all you nuts out there. We have arrived at the essence of it all — fear, buts, hell breaking loose, comfort zone and everything…

Education Center’s ‘Silver Star’ Celebration luncheon to feature speaker Finessa Ferrell

Education Center’s ‘Silver Star’ Celebration luncheon to feature speaker Finessa Ferrell

By Rosalind Marshall Special to The PREVIEW The Archuleta County Education Center’s original annual fund-raiser was a fine art auction. After many other local non-profits began to hold auctions for…

A shameful denial of the right to speak

A shameful denial of the right to speak

We voted on the gun control bills on Monday and the bills now go back to the House, if they were amended in the Senate or, if unamended, they now…

Pets and thin ice — a dangerous combination

By Kelly Robertson Special to The SUN As the days get warmer, the ice on our local lakes is beginning to thaw, creating hazardous conditions for both humans and animals…

Lady Pirates take regional title, advance to state

Lady Pirates take regional title, advance to state

Staff Writer After a successful two days of play against Academy and Lamar last weekend to garner entrance into the Great 8, the Lady Pirates are in Fort Collins this…

Asteroids, comets, meteors — how serious is the threat?

By Joan Mieritz Special to The PREVIEW Asteroids, comets, meteors — how serious is the threat? The San Juan Stargazers want the people of Pagosa Springs to have the facts…

Durango attorney selected as new District Court judge

Staff Writer The Sixth Judicial District’s newest judge is William Herringer, previously a defense attorney in Durango. Herringer, 47, will replace David L. Dickinson, who retired effective Feb. 28. Dickinson…

Survive a month in poverty, in one hour’s time

By Don Ford Special to The SUN Sometime around 1970, Joe South wrote the words to a song that hold true today. As more and more folks seem to be…

E-books cause friction between libraries and publishers

SUN columnist, and the Library Staff Last week we explored the unhappiness of some patrons because our new 3M e-book service is not compatible with Kindle e-readers. We explained that…