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Do you have a sick computer?

Do you have a sick computer, and can’t afford to get it fixed? We want to help you. Computer Fix-It-Free Day is Saturday, Jan. 16, from 9 a.m. to 3…

Volunteering makes a healthy New Year’s resolution

If you are looking for a New Year’s resolution that benefits your community as well as yourself, consider volunteering. According to The New York Times, study after study shows that…

Report: Archuleta County expected to grow by 83 percent over next 25 years

By Bente Birkeland Rocky Mountain Community Radio and Burt Hubbard, Rocky Mountain PBS News “Colorful Colorado” may one day need to be referred to as “Crowded Colorado” given the number…

It can’t be bought

It looks a lot like Christmas. It looks a lot like El Niño nicknamed Bruce Lee is becoming a reality. Fortunately, last week’s storm didn’t fall on a Wednesday, when…

Winter has arrived: Snow-related etiquette, responsibilities

Special to The SUN With the snowstorm of the past two weeks, residents and business owners are reminded of proper snow-related etiquette and responsibilities within the Town of Pagosa Springs.…

Town Park playground reopens with new equipment

By Darren Lewis SUN Columnist The new playground at Town Park has been completed and that area of the park has been reopened. Youth basketball 9-12 Registration for 9-12 youth…

Coincidence: A miracle in disguise

By Daris Howard Special to The PREVIEW Andrew lay in the hospital bed trying to remember what had happened. Gradually, it started to come back to him. His unit had…

Robert Henry Smith

Robert Henry Smith

Robert Henry Smith, 58, of Pagosa Springs, passed away on Dec. 8 in Durango. Robert was born in Pueblo, Colo. He graduated from East High School. Robert is survived by…

Unitarian topic: ‘The Long and Winding Road’ Dec. 27

By Mary Jane Hooper Special to The PREVIEW “Life is a spiritual journey,” Mary Jane Hooper said. She will share her personal story in a presentation titled “The Long and…

Grab your gear and hit the trails

By James Dickhoff Special to The SUN Happy holidays from the Pagosa Nordic Club. The snow keeps falling. With the recent, fresh and additional forecasted snow, numerous groomed cross-country ski…