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Spread the love on PB&J Day

By Cory Dysinger Special to The PREVIEW What if spreading love was as easy of spreading peanut butter? In honor of National PB&J Day on April 2, groups from all…

Cards of Thanks

Ambassadors On Friday, March 15, the Archuleta County Crime Stoppers hosted the Harlem Ambassadors professional show basketball team for a night of high-flying slam dunks, hilarious comedy and feel-good family…

Try a moderate approach, for a change

Try a moderate approach, for a change

Despite the fact Colorado and Archuleta County voters approved a constitutional amendment legalizing limited recreational use and commercial sale of marijuana, the controversy over what to do with weed continues.…

Track team overcomes the chill at Piedra Vista

Track team overcomes the chill at Piedra Vista

Staff Writer It was a cold day at the Piedra Vista Invitational in Farmington, N.M., but that didn’t stop the Pirate track and field team. The Pirates competed against some…

Tips for dealing with caregiver stress

SUN Columnist Caregiving. It’s not for sissies. Many of you know I am personally experiencing the balancing act and challenges of caregiving in my own life. Caregiving is challenging no…

Recall

Recall

Dear Editor: As many people are aware, there is an effort underway to recall Rep. McLachlan, who is our 59th Colorado House district representative. This initiative is in response to…

Durango Contra Dance April 6

By Samantha Brow Special to The PREVIEW A Contra Dance will be held April 6 at Park Elementary School, 510 E. 6th Ave., in Durango. Beginner dance instruction starts at…

Historic Preservation Board seeks new members

By James Dickhoff Special to The SUN Are you interested or skilled in Historic Preservation related professions? The Town’s Historic Preservation Board (HPB) seeks new members to serve on the…

Equal protection

Equal protection

Dear Editor: The U.S. Supreme Court is taking up two cases dealing with same-sex marriage. Don’t know how the court will rule, but I’m heartened to see this issue addressed…

Education Center luncheon a great success

By Rosalind Marshal Special to The SUN One hundred and twenty-five people became a little better educated at the Education Center’s 25th anniversary fund-raising luncheon last Wednesday. One of the…