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Good things are taking place

Good things are taking place

Did you make a trip to downtown Pagosa Springs last weekend? If so, surely you noticed. Do you remember what the Labor Day holiday was like in Pagosa Springs 25…

God listens and responds, motivate yourself to pray

By Connie Peters Special to The PREVIEW Open a can of tuna when there’s a cat in the house … and you’ll have one very alert feline. Open your heart…

Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad named National Historic Landmark

Staff Writer One of the newest national historical landmarks is partially in Archuleta County — the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad San Juan Extension of the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic…

Washington dysfunction hurting rural Colorado

Washington dysfunction hurting rural Colorado

One sign of the dysfunction in Washington these days is that the conversations there have completely detached from the ones happening in kitchens and living rooms across Colorado and the…

Back to school and hungry bears — it’s fall in Colorado

By Randy Hampton Special to The SUN Fall is right around the corner, and it is time to be especially bear aware, says Colorado Parks and Wildlife. Black bears typically…

Creede Arts Council to host Silver Thread Studio Tour

By Diane Knutzon Special to The PREVIEW The Creede Arts Council will present the 10th annual Silver Thread Studio Tour on Saturday, Sept. 7, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. This is…

Last chance to order seed mixtures

By Cynthia Purcell Special to The SUN The San Juan Conservation District is offering local landowners the opportunity to purchase a variety of seed mixtures for different conservation uses such…

Percolation, an arrow in your quiver to success

Percolation, an arrow in your quiver to success

By Sue Ellen Haning Columnist “Muddy water is best cleared by leaving it alone.”  — Alan Wilson Watts, 20th century British philosopher, writer and speaker. Welcome back, fellow nuts. I…

Fire policy

Fire policy

Dear Editor: At the time of this letter, 41 wildfires are burning in the West. Control burns have become big business for the Forest Service, spending millions of our tax…

An early description of Pagosa’s hot springs

An early description of Pagosa’s hot springs

We continue with a newspaper article written in November of 1880 describing a wagon trip between Animas City and the end of the westerly advancing Denver & Rio Grande Railroad,…