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Colorado employment situation — June 2013

By Bill Thoenes Colorado Department of Labor and Employment Special to The SUN Nonfarm payroll jobs in Colorado increased 11,000 over the month from May to June reaching 2,368,300 jobs,…

Protect nature when hiking

Nature beckons adventurers across the globe. Recreational and ardent hikers venture into the landscape to get a glimpse of the wonders of the great outdoors. Veteran hikers are often careful…

Flash flood damages road in Arboles area

Flash flood damages road in Arboles area

Staff Writer Archuleta County’s most severe flash flood so far this year hit near Arboles on July 10, leaving a large amount of debris, including boulders, in the road in…

Fourth of July parade winners announced

The winners of the Rotary Fourth of July Parade are as follows: Non-Profit Category 1. Pagosa Fire Protection District. 2. Western Heritage. 3. Red Ryder. Commercial 1. Thingamajig Theater. 2.…

Pagosa Springs Renaissance and Pirate Festival

By Mary Jo Coulehan Special to The PREVIEW Dust off your medieval garb, polish the scabbard, don that tutu and the flowing ribbons, perfect that brogue and prepare your family…

Whatchamawhozits to present ‘The Aristocats’

Whatchamawhozits to present ‘The Aristocats’

By Ron Tal Special to The PREVIEW Everybody wants to be an Aristocat! Come take a trip with the Pagosa Springs Center For The Arts and the Whatchamawhozits Summer Children’s…

Obituary-Margaret Inskeep

Margaret “Maggie” Inskeep was born Nov. 7, 1953, and passed away on Thursday, July 11, 2013, in Farmington, N.M. She is survived by her four children — Jayme Johnson, Carrie…

It’s only a flesh wound: The show must go on

It’s only a flesh wound: The show must go on

By David M. Straight Special to The PREVIEW If you’ve seen Thingamajig Theatre Company’s “Spamalot,” you know that it’s 120 minutes of laugh-out-loud performances. Knights in tights searching for the…

Bring out the giant, don’t eat too many brownies

Bring out the giant, don’t eat too many brownies

“Well, I declare,” as my grandmother would say. “I’m hanging out with giants.” If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to be called a nut, just repeat the above quote…

San Juan Basin Health to become part of Connect for Health Assistance Network

By Jane Looney Special to The SUN San Juan Basin Health announced Wednesday that it is one of 57 groups across the state selected to provide in-person assistance to individuals…