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Hot Spot

Hot Spot

SUN photo/Shanti Johnson Pagosa’s number one hot spot — well, OK, cool spot — is downtown in the refreshing waters of the San Juan River. Visitors and locals alike are…

Out for a morning stroll

Out for a morning stroll

SUN photo/Randi Pierce Out for a morning stroll: This youngster was seen approximately 10 miles south of Pagosa Springs Friday morning. Bears are a common sight in Pagosa Country in…

Infantry to hold reunion

By Mike Davino Special to The SUN The Second (Indianhead) Division Association is searching for anyone who served in the Army’s 2nd Infantry Division at any time. For information about the…

8th Street repaving project hits snag

Staff Writer While the focus of Monday night’s public input meeting centered on whether or not parking should be removed and bike lanes added to 8th Street, at Tuesday night’s…

Peace did not come with the new reservation

Peace did not come with the new reservation

As increasing numbers of settlers and miners occupied the southwest corner of Colorado, including the San Juan Mountains, during the 1870s, tension between the newcomers and the Southern Utes also…

A moving production of a modern classic in ‘Les Mis’

A moving production of a modern classic in ‘Les Mis’

By R. Eli Townsend Special to The PREVIEW An exceptionally talented cast, and resourceful staging and lighting, place an emphasis on the heightened emotions behind this tale of love, hardship…

We must fix our broken immigration system

Sen. Bennet’s Report In the current combative, partisan environment in Washington D.C., compromise and cooperation are rare occurrences. That is even more evident following Speaker John Boehner’s recent announcement that…

May proves strong financial month for hospital

Staff Writer “May was a good month,” Upper San Juan Health Service District Board Treasurer Karl Irons reported during the June 24 board meeting. In his written financial report, Irons…

Fishing for healing

Staff Writer “Something about when you get in that water washes everything away,” Ricky, a military veteran who suffers from PTSD, says of fly fishing. Ricky is one of an…

They’re up, and they’re off!

Photos courtesy Siri Schuchardt They’re up, and they’re off! Ellie Hill, Kellyn Schuchardt and Charlotte Hill stay in sync on the swings at Yamaguchi Park recently.  …