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Learn to stretch your dollars with coupon class

By Traci Bishop PREVIEW Columnist Ever wonder how to stretch your dollars? Here is a great opportunity to learn how to help save some cash while filling you pantry. All…

Getting kids to do chores is a good thing

By John Lough Special to The PREVIEW Should children be assigned tasks to do around the house —their family “chores?” While most parents would say yes, it often becomes such…

Commissioners hold Liberty Zone work session

Staff Writer In an hour-long work session last Thursday, Jan. 23, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners heard comments from supporters and opponents of a series of Liberty Zone…

Beef symposium to be held in Pagosa Feb. 4

By Roberta Tolan PREVIEW columnist Every five years, the annual San Juan Basin Extension Beef Cattle Symposium is held in Pagosa, and this is the year. On Tuesday, Feb. 4,…

June Madrid seeking seventh term in office

June Madrid seeking seventh term in office

Staff Writer Archuleta County Clerk and Recorder June Madrid has announced her intent to run for a seventh term in this November’s election. Madrid was appointed to the position in…

Where’s the ‘good news’?

Where’s the ‘good news’?

Someone questioned the need for our newspaper to communicate the “good news” of our community last week. I pulled out my copy of The SUN that was published that day…

Pirates force Wolverines into four overtime periods

Pirates force Wolverines into four overtime periods

Staff Writer The Pirates definitely gave the crowd packing the Pagosa Springs High School gym their money’s worth last Friday night as they forced the Bayfield Wolverines into four overtime…

Obituary-Cora Aline Steen

Obituary-Cora Aline Steen

Born Cora Rishovd in 1920 in a land-grant farmhouse built by her Norwegian immigrant father in North Dakota, Cora Steen died Sunday in Phoenix, Ariz. She was 93. Cora met…

‘Love, Loss and What I Wore’ premieres Feb. 7

‘Love, Loss and What I Wore’ premieres Feb. 7

By Laura Moore Special to The PREVIEW Thingamajig Theatre opens “Love, Loss and What I Wore” on Feb. 7 with local stars including Kathy Keyes, Annie Jacobi, Jann Pitcher, Kathy…

The Midnight Intercessor: He knew we’d make it through

By Connie L. Peters Special to The PREVIEW Sometimes, like most people, I feel all alone — like no one cares or even knows that I exist. During those times…