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Holiday Bazaar bake sale this Saturday will benefit library

One of the earliest and most popular Christmas events in our community is the Holiday Bazaar, which this year will take place on Saturday, Nov. 1, at the Ross Aragon…

Breast cancer: A winnable battle

By Amber Reiss-Holt, MD Special to The SUN Amidst the sea of pink ribbons and people dusting off their running shoes to “race for the cure,” it is important to…

Peter Marritt Memorial Service

There will be a gathering of friends of Peter Marritt on Nov. 4 at 1 p.m. at the home of Terry Smith, 55o Cool Pines Drive. Help us celebrate Peter’s…

Girls finish 6th, boys 14th at state cross-country

Girls finish 6th, boys 14th at state cross-country

Despite contending with injury and illness, the Pagosa Springs High School Lady Pirates’ cross-country team claimed the No. 6 spot in the state for 3A at last weekend’s state meet…

Youth wrestling season begins Nov. 11

By Kody Hill Special  to The SUN Pagosa Youth Wrestling’s winter season gets underway Nov. 11 and ends Dec. 12 for third through sixth grade. Practice will be held Tuesdays…

Ballots must be returned by 7 p.m. Nov. 4

As of Tuesday, more than 2,800 Archuleta County voters had turned in their ballots for the Nov. 4 election. Ballots must be returned to the Archuleta County Courthouse, either in…

Students compete in Battle of the Sexes Volleyball Tournament

Students compete in Battle of the Sexes Volleyball Tournament

By Jack Moore Special to The SUN Last Saturday, seventh- and eighth-grade students from Pagosa Springs Middle School gathered at South Pagosa Park for a sand volleyball tournament in which…

40th annual Holiday Bazaar: A shopper’s delight

40th annual Holiday Bazaar: A shopper’s delight

By Tozi Rubin Special to The PREVIEW Mark your calendars now for one of the best holiday shopping opportunities in Pagosa — the 40th annual Holiday Bazaar — to be…

Settlers move in at record pace

Settlers move in at record pace

Pagosa Country settlers in 1879 were nervous and watchful as Anglo/Ute relationships threatened to explode into open warfare. Despite the threat, newcomers settled in Pagosa Springs at a record pace,…

Saying grace and breaking bread

By Jean Strahlendorf Special to The PREVIEW On Nov. 2, the Pagosa Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (PUUF) will present a talk by Julie Loar that explores the concept that food is…