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‘Good People’ entertains

‘Good People’ entertains

By Laura Moore Special to The PREVIEW Thingamajig Theatre Company continues its box office breaking 2013 Summer Season tonight with the Colorado Premiere of “Good People.” Entering its second weekend,…

Fall Rummage Sale applications now available

SUN Columnist It’s time to clean out those closets, basements, garages and attics before winter hits. This year’s Fall Rummage Sale will be held Friday, Sept. 27, from 8 a.m.-3…

First Place 4 Health orientation sessions

By Marie Rascoe Special to The PREVIEW Discover the key to balanced healthy living. With the rising costs of health care, it is imperative to take ownership of your health.…

If you should live long enough …

Columnist When did it happen? I can’t figure it out. My children are beginning to correct me in public. My daughter tells me, “Mother, don’t act that way. You’re acting…

The 10th

The 10th

Dear Editor: Last weekend, Pagosa Springs was host to the veterans and descendants of the 10th Mountain Division. The 10th Mountain Division came into being in 1943, when it was…

Social capital

Social capital

Dear Editor: Finally something both our left and right politicians agree upon: The ladder of opportunity in the U.S. has almost disappeared for the ordinary citizen. So, let’s ask the…

Battle

Battle

Dear Editor: Sometimes I feel like Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce when he stated: “We were like deer. They were like grizzly bears … The Creative Power, when He…

Commissioners move to adopt geothermal regulations

Staff Writer The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners has taken the first step in adopting regulations that would govern the use of geothermal resources for the commercial production of…

Colorado Legal Services rep to visit Cafe Fox

SUN Columnist A representative of Colorado Legal Services will be at Cafe Fox on Wednesday, Aug. 28, at 12:30 p.m. Lindsay Marshall, managing attorney, will provide information to you on…

Learn about wolves and wolf-hybrids at Navajo program

Colorado Parks and Wildlife If you’ve ever wanted to learn about wolves, plan to attend a special event Labor Day weekend at Navajo State Park. Wolfwood Refuge, a wildlife sanctuary…