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Reaching out to touch the hem

By Jan Davis Special to The PREVIEW Leah forced herself out of bed. A widow with a frail stature made her undesirable to the men of Bethel. They did not…

‘Children of Eden’ to open Friday, June 29

‘Children of Eden’ to open Friday, June 29

By Dale Johnson Special to The PREVIEW Born and raised in Pagosa Springs, Malinda Burnett knew early on that she wanted music to be a part of her life forever.…

Mercy to offer free education to those with prediabetes

By David Bruzzese Special to The PREVIEW People diagnosed with prediabetes are at a higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Effectively managing prediabetes can help prevent…

19th Hole Concerts to get folksy tonight with the San Juan Mountain Boys

19th Hole Concerts to get folksy tonight with the San Juan Mountain Boys

By Laurel Sebastian Special to The PREVIEW The San Juan Mountain Boys, a local duo featuring Ron Lowe (acoustic guitar and vocals) and Glenn Unrath (bass and vocals), play tonight…

Public Notices 06/28/2018

INVITATION TO BID Project: Mineral County Courthouse Addition and Renovation 1201 N. Main Creede, Colorado 81130 Owner: Mineral County Janelle Kukuk, County Administrator 1201 N. Main Creede, Colorado 81130 Architect/Engineer:…

Fourth of July festivities: Park to Park Arts and Crafts Festival opens Saturday

By Mary Jo Coulehan Special to The SUN With the actual Fourth of July falling on a Wednesday this year, get ready for a lot of activities planned both prior…

Driver’s license fees to increase July 1

By Daniel Carr Special to The SUN The fee for a driver’s license is set to increase by $1 to $28 on July 1, in accordance with Colorado Revised Statute…

Town council voices support for Department of the Interior office relocation

At its meeting on June 18, the Pagosa Springs Town Council voiced its support for an effort to relocate a Department of the Interior (DOI) office near Durango. The full…

Eagle’s Nest Youth Ranch: healing people, healing horses

Eagle’s Nest Youth Ranch: healing people, healing horses

By Avery Martinez Staff Writer Among the rolling green hills and piñon-dotted landscape of rural Archuleta County, a winding dirt road brings you to a secluded stable almost invisible from…

Help keep young wildlife wild in Colorado

By Colorado Parks and Wildlife Special to The SUN Newborn wildlife may be found in backyards, along trails, open spaces or, in some rare instances, in parking lots. The full…