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Extension Office welcomes new director, agent

Extension Office welcomes new director, agent

Roberta Tolan is the new director and agent at the Archuleta County CSU Extension Office. Roberta is new to Archuleta County, but not new to Colorado Extension. She spent seven…

Peruse Pagosa’s past at the historical society museum

Peruse Pagosa’s past at the historical society museum

By Shari Pierce Special to The PREVIEW Well over 300 people visited the historical society museum in the first week of the season. You, too, should plan a visit to…

Sleekly Swedish, hold the horse

An examination of a family tree usually reveals tangled roots, a twisted amalgam of genetic histories, nationalities, religions. The end result: we’re mutts. I like to ponder my muttiness. I…

64th anniversary of Red Ryder Roundup Rodeo

By Lisa Scott Special to The SUN Join the fun as cowboys and cowgirls from various states compete for prizes and prize money at this year’s Red Ryder Roundup Rodeo.…

Hazel Miller in concert June 13

Hazel Miller in concert June 13

By Cory Dysinger Special to The PREVIEW Mark your calendars for June 13 at 7 p.m. This year, we are again fortunate to have the Hazel Miller Band visit Pagosa…

Speak Now addresses problem of teens and alcohol

By Andy Cohen Special to The SUN The Speak Now campaign, spearheaded by the Colorado Department of Human Services, Office of Behavioral Health, in partnership with the Colorado Department of…

BoCC dismisses lawsuit, owner and PLPOA continue legal battle

Staff Writer The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners has decided to dismiss a nuisance ordinance lawsuit against a resident levied by the county in light of a lawsuit filed…

Homemakers to hold picnic in the garden

By Denny Rose Special to The PREVIEW Mary and Fred Webb’s beautiful gardens at 458 Handicap Ave. will be the site for the June meeting and annual picnic of Mountain…

Work to regain and maintain our values

Work to regain and maintain our values

With the end of the legislative session in early May, I now write new columns monthly rather than the session’s weekly efforts. One constituent thanked me for my “letters from…

Summer jobs teach tax lessons

Summer jobs offer students the opportunity to make money and learn some important life lessons about the working world, including taxes. As a new employee, students fill out a Form…