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Mentors needed for two boys

By Maggie Ives Special to The SUN Would you like to improve your health? Are you looking for opportunities to feel better about yourself? Volunteering offers you these benefits and…

Brazen hypocrisy

Dear Editor: Dick Cheney is the most brazen hypocrite of recent times. In a Wall Street Journal article on June 17, he stated, referring to President Obama and Iraq, “Rarely…

Roller derby in Pagosa Saturday

By Mara Koch Special to The PREVIEW Over 20 women gathered together at the Pagosa Springs Youth Center to skate around in circles and hurl their bodies at each other.…

Shootists invite you to ‘give it a shot’

By Dave Miller Special to The PREVIEW Ever wonder how you would have done in an old west gunfight? Want to find out? Now is your chance. The San Juan…

Jesse James Hanson-Colburn

Jesse James Hanson-Colburn

Jesse James Hanson-Colburn, 34, passed away the week of Aug. 12, in Archuleta County. A celebration on his life will be held 13 miles south on Trujillo Road at Trujillo…

Congressman Tipton to hold Pagosa Springs town hall meeting

By Josh Green Special to The SUN Rep. Scott Tipton will hold a town hall meeting in Pagosa Springs at 5 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 4, at the Ross Aragon…

Anderson named Habitat for Humanity executive director

Anderson named Habitat for Humanity executive director

The Board of Directors of Habitat for Humanity of Archuleta County is pleased to announce the hiring of Rebecca Anderson as its new executive director. Anderson brings energy and a…

San Juan Stargazers study Hubble photographs

By Jerry Granok Special to The PREVIEW The next regular meeting of the San Juan Stargazers will be on Thursday, Aug. 28, at 7 p.m. at the Pagosa Springs Area…

Last chance for Melodrama Monday, Whodunit Wednesday

By Rick Artis Special to The PREVIEW On Monday, Aug. 25, StageStruck will present the last performance of the season of the new melodrama, “It’s All or Nothing or Twenty-One…

English as a Second Language for adults begins Sept. 9

By Rosalind Marshall Special to The SUN The Archuleta County Education Center offers English as a Second Language (ESL) classes for adults. If you know someone who wants to learn…