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The Heat is On produces DUI arrests

According to preliminary reports, there were 318 DUI arrests and five alcohol-related car crashes that occurred during the Colorado Department of Transportation’s (CDOT) Memorial Day DUI enforcement period resulting in…

In Memoriam-Lauren White

To our dearest Lauren, Not a day goes by that we don’t think of you. We miss your smile, laughter, love and passion for life. You would be so happy…

Jog for Julie benefit Saturday

By Cheryl Class-Erickson Special to The SUN Jog for Julie has something for everyone and is an event for all ages. It takes place this Saturday, June 8, at Centerpoint…

Rollergirls to battle Los Alamos

By Mara Koch Special to The SUN Rollergirls In Pagosa — Pagosa Springs’ women’s flat-track roller derby team — will take on M’Atom Bombs of Los Alamos, N.M., in their…

Seniors: Avoid tech support scams

By Musetta Wollenweber SUN Columnist Have you received a phone call from someone claiming to be with the tech support division of a well-known software company? They might address you…

Make plans now for the Rotary Fourth of July Parade

By JoAnn Laird Special to The PREVIEW “One Nation-Many Peoples: A Celebration of Diversity,” is the theme of the annual Pagosa Springs Rotary Fourth of July Parade. The parade will…

BoCC exempts county for two years from Colorado electronic waste ban

Staff Writer The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners has opted to exempt its county landfill from Colorado’s electronic waste ban that goes into effect on July 1. The ban…

‘American Meat’ documentary

By Denise Rue-Pastin Special to The PREVIEW The Southwest Organization for Sustainability (SOS) and the Ruby Sisson Library invite you to a special viewing of “American Meat” on June 15…

St. Patrick’s raffles provide funds for outreach

Special to The PREVIEW Summer is almost officially here and St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church is gearing up for their annual Shamrock Festival, an all-day community event scheduled for Saturday, Aug.…

Chores for Quarters will bear fruit

By Keely Whittington Special to The SUN First-graders at Pagosa Springs Elementary School took on a big project this April when they started their community service project, “Chores for Quarters.”…