Home » 2017 » March (Page 3)

Pirates continue strong start with no-hitter, 1-1 weekend

Pirates continue strong start with no-hitter, 1-1 weekend

Continuing its strong start to the 2017 season, the Pagosa Springs High School (PSHS) Pirate baseball team went 1-1 in action in against a pair of 4A schools in Colorado…

Mt. Allison Grange to host Easter supper

By Larry Corman Special to The PREVIEW Mt. Allison Grange will host their annual Easter supper on Saturday, April 15, from 5 until 7 p.m. The menu is the usual…

Lady Pirates take victory at home over Crested Butte

Lady Pirates take victory at home over Crested Butte

The Pagosa Springs High School girls’ soccer team started spring break last Friday by besting the Crested Butte Titans at home with a score of 4-0. The full version of…

County to acquire new trash compactor for landfill

At its regular meeting on March 21, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners approved action to complete a lease-purchase agreement for the acquisition of a new trash compactor for…

Scholarship Initiative awards $24,000 to local Rotary club

By Lindsay Sandoval Special to The SUN The Colorado Scholarship Initiative board approved 12 scholarship proposals that will grow into a total of $3.9 million and announced another $7 million…

A misfire and a family emergency

By Daris Howard Special to The PREVIEW I sat down to read my email on the first day of winter semester. “Professor Howard,” one of them read. “My name is…

Why technophiles also love libraries

You might think that in a world of Facebook, Google and Wikipedia, people who love technology wouldn’t care much about public libraries. But a new report by the Pew Research…

Wolf Creek Ski Area Poster Contest winners announced

Special to The SUN For over 16 years, Wolf Creek Ski Area has sponsored the annual Safety Poster Contest. Local elementary- through high school-age students, especially those participating in this…

Bill: Temporary tax increase would fund transportation options

The first day of spring has arrived and the General Assembly is more than halfway over, for this session. The full version of this story is available in the print…

Proposal to change county land use code may impede community’s broadband efforts

Archuleta County’s land use regulations require that in residential areas, utility lines are to be buried. The full version of this story is available in the print edition and e-edition…