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Day shift, one cup at a time

By Jeff Smith Special to The PREVIEW I’ve been doing some night shifts, so now that I’m back on days, I’m still waking up at night because the body clock…

Lady Pirates win IML track title, state meet starts today

Lady Pirates win IML track title, state meet starts today

Staff Writer The Pirate track team competed at the Intermountain League Meet Saturday — their final competition before the Colorado state meet. According to coach Scott White, the girls’ team…

Healthy forests and healthy communities tour

By Aaron Kimple Special to The SUN San Juan Headwaters Forest Health Partnership, Firewise Communities of Southwest Colorado, Pagosa Ranger District/San Juan National Forest, Certified Family Forest and Mountain Studies Institute (MSI) are pleased…

Milk, green apples and a dead man

Milk, green apples and a dead man

Josephine Victoria Bennett Pargin was born to John B. and Anna Henry Bennett in Mitchell, S.D., March 12, 1877. Her father was the first telegraph operator at the Ignacio Indian…

Jobs

Jobs

Dear Editor: A recent article in “Governing” magazine indicates that most U.S. counties are rural, and recent U.S. Census estimates indicate the majority of them are losing population. Two-thirds of counties that…

Money for public education

Money for public education

Colorado voters will be asked in November to approve a ballot measure designed to provide funding for Senate Bill 13-213, which would update Colorado’s school financing formula for the first…

Pagosa Ranger District wins award

Pagosa Ranger District wins award

Staff Writer On April 9, the Pagosa Springs Ranger District was named United States Forest Service Rocky Mountain Regional District of the Year for outstanding efforts in 2012. According to…

Talk show tomorrow — ‘The Purse Chronicles’

By Carmen Hubbs Special to The PREVIEW Yes, it’s true: Pagosa will have a talk-show tomorrow night, May 17, at the Ross Aragon Community Center. The Archuleta County Victim Assistance…

County to form focus groups

Staff Writer Archuleta County’s strengths, weaknesses, needs, obstacles and priorities were the topic of a two-hour meeting held for elected officials, department heads and supervisors on May 9. The meeting,…

Council debates pot issue

Staff Writer The regulated retail sale of marijuana is a topic most members of the Pagosa Springs Town Council seemed reluctant to even discuss until last week, when Mayor Ross…