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St. Patrick’s to end the summer with the Pagosa Piano Experience

St. Patrick’s to end the summer with the Pagosa Piano Experience

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW It has been a busy summer in Pagosa Springs, filled with a plethora of opportunities to enjoy the fine arts. With the fine…

Local woman found after more than 36 hours missing

The search for a local woman who went missing late Monday evening, Aug. 24, had a happy ending Wednesday morning when she was found safe. The woman, Sandra “Sandi” Suzanne…

Archuleta County unemployment rate drops in July

Pagosa Springs Building Official Zach Richardson’s department head report to town council last week included a lot of good news — City Market’s remodeling project continues to move forward, Hometown…

Jose L. Candelaria

Jose L. Candelaria

Jose L. Candelaria was born to Regina and Manuel C. Candelaria on Dec. 11, 1936, in Rosa, N.M., and passed Aug. 14 at Mercy Regional Medical Center in Durango. He…

Medicare Mondays continue at Senior Center

Are you turning 65? Are you confused about Medicare? We have openings every Monday at the Senior Center to help you with your Medicare enrollment questions. Please call 264-0501 to…

Youth basketball will start earlier this fall

By Darren Lewis SUN Columnist The youth basketball for 7- to 8-year-olds will start earlier this fall. Registrations for this program will begin on Sept. 14 and go through Oct.…

Fun runs in the Lucas family

Fun runs in the Lucas family

By Kirsten Le Roux Special to The SUN Allen Lucas is famous at GECKO races for traveling with an entourage of family members. They range from Landon (Allen’s nephew), 5…

Free and reduced-price meals criteria explained

By Robyn Bennett Special to The SUN Archuleta School District 50 Jt. this week announced its policy for determining eligibility of children who may receive free and reduced-price meals served…

Pirate harriers set to start season at pre-state meet Friday

A few changes are in store for the Pagosa Springs High School Pirate cross-country teams this season, with new tournaments, a home course that’s new to this year’s crop of…

Lady Pirates volleyball takes on Farmington tonight

Lady Pirates volleyball takes on Farmington tonight

Volleyball season is in full swing, and according to coach Connie O’Donnell, the team is already presenting a united front. The team went 19-8 last season and 6-2 in league…