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The consequences of domestic violence

By Karen Hatfield Special to The SUN Early in the movement to curb domestic abuse within families, advocates and law enforcement recognized that to bring safety to families, especially children,…

Fund-raiser to celebrate the life of DJ Dusty — Doug Worcester

By Heather McCauley Special to The PREVIEW Come celebrate the life of Doug “Dusty” Worcester with us at the Pagosa Lakes Clubhouse, Saturday, Nov. 2, 4-11 p.m. Live bands including…

Bryant ends high school career with All-State run

Bryant ends high school career with All-State run

Staff Writer It was a successful 3A state meet for the members of the Pagosa Springs High School cross country teams, with the girls placing seventh overall, including a fifth-place…

Medical center, health care act, topics at CDC session

By Muriel Eason Special to The SUN Beginning Nov. 4, the Pagosa Springs CDC will host monthly community presentations and discussions on topics of interest to the community on the…

Audubon offers training prior to Christmas Bird Count

By Becky Herman Special to The SUN In November, the Weminuche Audubon Society begins getting ready for December’s Christmas Bird Count. This year’s count is the 114th sponsored by the…

Obituary-Sophie Cecilia Esch

Obituary-Sophie Cecilia Esch

Sophie Cecilia (LaVarta) Esch, passed away peaceably into her Lord’s arms early Oct. 27, 2013, at her home in Canon City, Colo. Sophie (age 90), was born in Pagosa Springs…

The Flutaphone Dialectic: a remedy

Ever have one of those moments when, brain train derailed by an unexpected obstacle, you stumble on a mnemonic connection that illuminates something about the way you are put together,…

Live Entertainment 10/31-11/6

Thursday Bear Creek Saloon: DJ KT, 10 p.m. Pagosa Bar: Brooks-i, 10 p.m. Riff Raff Brewing: Jon Hodson and Miro Lagioia Friday Bear Creek Saloon: Cellophane, 9 p.m. Coyote Moon…

Comments sought on year-round activities at ski areas on public lands

Staff Writer The United States Forest Service (USFS) published a notice in the federal register Saturday, Oct. 2, seeking public comment on drafted and proposed rule changes to criteria used…

To the ‘center,’ to quiet the noise

To the ‘center,’  to quiet the noise

There are moments in contemporary American political life — most moments — when noise obscures complex realities. A constant, loud barrage of nonsense from the extremes blurs what is actually…

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