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Health service district selects planning firm

By Dana Hayward Staff Writer After holding a number of special meetings to hear presentations from five different firms and partnerships on Dec. 12, 13, and 17, the Upper San…

Film will have public premiere in Pagosa

Film will have public premiere in Pagosa

Staff Writer The world theater premiere of Cowboys*Indians, the first of many films Ian McCrudden’s Epiphany pictures hopes to produce in Pagosa, will be held at the downtown Liberty Theatre…

Pet safety: travel and winter weather

By Roberta Tolan Special to The PREVIEW Whether you leave your pet at a kennel or load them up in the car and take the on a road trip, there…

Living waters that never run dry

By Jan Davis Special to The PREVIEW Psalm 23:2 — “He makes me to lie down in green pastures: he leads me beside the still waters.” John 4:10 —  “Jesus…

Improvements slated for Navajo State Park

Staff Writer A number of improvement projects have been scheduled by Colorado Parks and Wildlife at Navajo State Park to improve accessibility of the lake to boaters, heighten convenience for…

Tips for setting realistic goals for the New Year

By Roberta Tolan SUN Columnist Now that Christmas is behind us and the year is quickly coming to an end, many of us spend time thinking of what we would…

Lady Pirates remain unbeaten

Lady Pirates remain unbeaten

Staff Writer Add two more solid wins to the book for the Pagosa Springs Lady Pirates. The girls’ team tallied two more victories over the weekend, besting their opponents by…

Wrestlers finish 2013 at Farmington

Staff Writer Pirate wrestlers traveled to Farmington, N.M., Saturday, Dec. 21 to compete in the 10th annual Panther Classic tournament against 20 total 5A, 4A and 3A teams, most of…

Pirates head to holiday break after two losses

Pirates head to holiday break after two losses

Staff Writer The Pagosa Springs Pirates suffered two losses over the weekend as the boys fell 56-33 to the Ignacio Bobcats on Friday and then 50-26 to the Sangre de…

CRIA receives Caroline Bancroft History Project Award

CRIA receives Caroline Bancroft History Project Award

By Nadia Werby Special to The SUN Chimney Rock Interpretive Association (CRIA) is pleased to announce that it is the 2013 recipient of History Colorado’s prestigious Caroline Bancroft History Project…