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Heartbroken

Heartbroken

Dear Editor: Today, as I approach my 75th birthday, I am heartbroken when I look at my country and my government. I’ll point out a few things abysmally wrong which you can…

Ours

Ours

Dear Editor: We can beat to death in these pages Pagosa’s many problems. But the real dilemmas facing everyone are the ones coming out of Washington D.C. Maybe a widening…

Clothing Giveaway Oct. 19 at St. Patrick’s

Special to The PREVIEW A common refrain heard by anyone who has or has had children is, “I left my coat (gloves/hat/backpack/etc.) at school and now I can’t find it.”…

Harriers finish regular season Friday

Harriers finish regular season Friday

Staff Writer Even amidst 38 teams and hundreds of runners per race, the Pirate cross country team made their presence known last week in Colorado Springs. The team took part…

Speakers and panelists sought for career fair

By Natalie Bertrand Special to The SUN Like many who graduated way back when, most high school students today do not know what career path they will take. The thought…

Memorial service for Susi Cochran to be held Sunday

A memorial service for Susi Cochran is scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 13 at 3 p.m. The service will be held at Crossroad Christian Fellowship, 1044 Park Avenue, across from the…

County to buy Ed Center building

County to buy Ed Center building

Archuleta County has signed a purchase agreement to buy the building at 4th and Lewis streets in downtown Pagosa Springs that formerly housed the Archuleta County Education Center. In the…

Suspect sought in burglary spree

Suspect sought in burglary spree

Law enforcement officers are on the lookout for a local man suspected in a number of unsolved burglaries in Archuleta County in recent weeks. The search for the suspect, Adam…

Pipeline project hits a snag

While the Pagosa Springs Sanitation General Improvement District continues to struggle with issues surrounding its sewage, recent events have only contributed to the muddied waters, so to speak. “The current…

Revenues missing in action?

Did they or didn’t they? In November 2006, Archuleta County voters approved ballot measure 1A, a five-year “de-Brucing” measure that allowed the county to keep tax revenues above the limits…