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Rep. Tipton’s water rights bill passes House

Staff Writer The U.S. House of Representatives passed Colorado Rep. Scott Tipton’s (R-Cortez) Water Rights Protection Act bill on March 13. The bill, H.R. 3189, was introduced to the House…

Interactive education centers offered at health fair

By Sharee Grazda Special to The PREVIEW The 2014 Pagosa Springs 9Health Fair will be offering a new IEC (Interactive Education Center) on Saturday, April 5 from 7 a.m.-noon at…

Is an aging parent overwhelming your life?

By John Lough Special to The PREVIEW Improved health care and lifestyle changes have many more Americans living into their 80s and beyond. The result is that the grown children…

Kathleen Madigan to return to the Community Concert Hall April 3

By Charles Leslie Special to The PREVIEW Called “one of America’s funniest female comics” by Jay Leno, stand-up comedienne Kathleen Madigan returns to the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis…

Fair royalty applications due tomorrow

SUN Columnist The Archuleta County Fair Board has opened the 2014 County Fair Royalty contest to all young ladies in the county who meet the age requirements. Royalty hopefuls will…

Nip the drip this spring

Staff Writer With spring now upon us, many residents have begun making their annual list of cleaning, repairs and outdoor projects. While raking leaves and cleaning up the yard seems…

Dance to the San Juan Mountain Boys Friday night

PREVIEW Columnist Looking for something to do this Friday night? Come on down for a night of dancing and fun at the Ross Aragon Community Center tomorrow night, March 28.…

State and regional water experts to speak at seminar

By Laura Spann Special to The SUN A lineup of notable water experts on topics including Colorado’s water plan, water banking and conservation will speak at the Southwestern Water Conservation…

Pagosans to compete in app challenge

By Natalie Carpenter Special to The PREVIEW Go Code Colorado is an apps challenge designed to make public data more accessible and user-friendly. Teams of developers and entrepreneurs from across…

PSHS places in ‘You Can Play, Colorado!’ contest

By Bert Borgmann Special to The PREVIEW The Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA) has announced the winners of its inaugural “You Can Play, Colorado!” contest — a program focused on…