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Negotiations create confusion between the Utes and pioneers

Negotiations create confusion between the Utes and pioneers

PREVIEW Columnist We’ve been talking about contact between the Southern Utes and white pioneers during the years Pagosa Country was being settled, roughly between 1876 and 1885. As we mentioned…

Front page news

Front page news

Dear Editor: Well, to be quite honest, what makes having to upgrade the theater any different from having to upgrade another business? Why is it all of a sudden the…

Pirate wrestlers 3-3 last week, Centauri ahead

Pirate wrestlers 3-3 last week, Centauri ahead

Staff Writer After competing in six duals this past week, the Pirate wrestling team ended up 3-3. As the season continues to heat up, competitors are striving to sharpen their…

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…

Pond hockey

Pond hockey

Dear Editor: In my last letter, I mentioned the pond hockey. Well, the tournament has been held and it was successful by a long shot. And talk about local heroes…

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,…

VA purchases land for new national cemetery in Colorado

SUN Columnist The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has purchased land in Colorado for a new national cemetery in the southeast portion of Colorado Springs. “We are pleased to expand…

The library: a gem

The library: a gem

Dear Editor: This past Thursday, I attended an activity at the local public library of Pagosa Springs. It was a hoot. The event was Karaoke Night for kids of all…