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GECKO celebrates five years, awards scholarships

GECKO celebrates five years, awards scholarships

Staff Writer Local non-profit organization GECKO (Give Every Child Knowledge of the Outdoors) celebrated its fifth birthday on Thursday, April 25. GECKO is a 501(c)(3) organization that focuses on bringing…

Child safety kits for pre-schoolers

By Joanne Irons Special to The SUN Kiwanis club members have been fingerprinting, taking pictures and swabbing for DNA samples to complete a Child Safety Kit for area pre-schools. Head…

San Juan Basin Health appoints acting director

By Jane Looney Special to The SUN San Juan Basin Health Department’s director, Joe Theine, has resigned to accept a position for another healthcare entity in the community. The board…

Registration open for Whatchamawhozits Summer Theatre Camp

By Mike Moran Special to The PREVIEW Summer is just around the corner, and it will be time once again for the kids to go to camp. There is one…

Clear the air with Medicare at May 14 session

SUN Columnist If you missed Medicare 101 in April, catch us Tuesday, May 14, at 10:30 a.m. at the Ruby Sisson Library. Are you new to Medicare and lost or…

Know your national Weather Service warning system

By Jim Pringle Special to The SUN The National Weather Service sees the potential for severe weather, and a stream of weather information flows from our forecast offices to you.…

Correction

It was erroneously reported in last week’s SUN that the recent Kids’ Fair was hosted by the Archuleta County Victim’s Assistance Program. That event was, in fact, hosted by the…

Register for new kids’ programs

By Tom Carosello SUN Columnist The Ross Aragon Community Center, through a partnership with the Town of Pagosa Springs Recreation Department, is offering a slate of new activities for youngsters…

What does the future hold for Casa de los Arcos?

Staff Writer The Archuleta County Housing Authority board was dealt a blow Monday afternoon during an emergency meeting — the loss of director Jodi Halstead, and a potential loss of…

Staff at Navajo Reservoir prepares for dry summer

Staff at Navajo Reservoir prepares for dry summer

Staff Writer “If I remember my Shakespeare correctly, there is a line from Henry IV that goes, ‘don’t shoot the messenger,’” said Nigel Travis, marine manager at Navajo State Park…