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Memorial Service-Tinnie Lattin

Memorial Service-Tinnie Lattin

Tinnie Lattin A memorial service for Tinnie Lattin is scheduled for 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 2, at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Follow these topics: Obituaries…

Contra Dance scheduled in Durango

By Samantha Brow Special to The PREVIEW A Contra Dance will be held Saturday Nov. 2, at  Park Elementary School, 510 E 6th Ave., Durango. A family Contra Dance takes…

Engagement-Grams/Lupien

Engagement-Grams/Lupien

Warren Grams and Kathy Lupien have announced their engagement. A wedding date will be set for next summer. Follow these topics: Celebrations, Lifestyle, Relationships…

UU Fellowship entertains an editor and writer

By Jean Strahlendorf Special to The PREVIEW In his editorials, as well as in his food columns, Karl Isberg addresses issues ranging from county politics to the potential pitfalls of…

CDOT encourages motorists to prepare for winter

Courtesy Colorado Dept. of Transportation “We have already experienced winter weather in many areas across the state and we know it can strike again at any time,” said CDOT Executive…

Free showing of PBS Alzheimer’s documentary

By April Holthaus Special to The SUN A free showing of the documentary “Alzheimer’s Whisperer: There Is A Bridge” will take place at the Liberty Theatre at 6:30 p.m. on…

The ‘greatest health resort in the world’

The ‘greatest health resort in the world’

I’ve been writing for several weeks about the early days of the Great Pagosa Hot Springs. Last week, I quoted from an article in an 1883 Summitville newspaper that a…

BoCC examines county audit results

Staff Writer For the second year in a row, Archuleta County has received an unqualified opinion on its audit, meaning a clean audit. The 2012 audit was presented at the…

Ballots must be returned by Nov. 5

By June Madrid Special to The SUN Ballots are in the mail, so if you know you are registered, you should have your ballot by now. If you have not…

While one Big Box store waits, another is built

Staff Writer While Wal-Mart elected to delay groundbreaking for a store until next spring because of unacceptably high contractor bids, Tractor Supply Company, despite some roadblocks, is making  progress towards…