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Seeds of Learning raffle winner

Seeds of Learning raffle winner

Lori Unger, Seeds of Learning board president, (left) presents Ken and Lynne Vickerstaff with an $8,100 check for winning the Kash for Kids raffle. On May 17, Mayor Don Volger…

It was all worth it

Dear Editor: It’s a sacred day to all war veterans. None need to be reminded of the reason why Memorial Day must be commemorated. We don’t just honor those who…

Public Notices 5/29/14

SECOND READING  The second reading of Ordinance No. 811 (Series 2014) was completed at the Pagosa Springs Town Council Meeting held on May 22, 2014 at 12:00 p.m. in the…

Lynch unseats Fox in LPEA director elections

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN Proving once again that every vote counts, results of director elections in three of four districts of La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) were…

Pagosa to host Gov. Hickenlooper for bill signing Friday

By Mary Jo Coulehan Special to The SUN Community ownership, community projects and economic development will be celebrated on Friday, May 30 when Pagosa Springs hosts Gov. John Hickenlooper as…

Historic Debs School to host open house

By Jean Taylor Special to The PREVIEW Hinsdale County will have an open house at the historic Debs School on June 11. Come out and visit the old school house,…

Pagosa Homeschool Cooperative to perform Greek myth, ‘Persephone and Demeter’

Pagosa Homeschool Cooperative to perform Greek myth, ‘Persephone and Demeter’

By Blue Lindner Special to The PREVIEW Pagosa Homeschool Cooperative students are busy preparing for their performance of the Greek myth “Persephone and Demeter” on Friday, May 9, and Saturday,…

Students honored at Intermountain League Art Show

Students honored at Intermountain League Art Show

By Clint Shaw Special to The PREVIEW On April 24, Pagosa Springs High School entered 70 works of art into the annual Intermountain League Art Show at Centauri High School…

Free music and dance classes

Free music and dance classes

By Carla Roberts Special to The PREVIEW Four ongoing classes are offered every Wednesday at the Ross Aragon Community Center. All classes are taught by local musician/dancer Carla Roberts and…

Benefit dinner will raise funds for Mexico Mission

By Jon Duncan Special to The PREVIEW Centerpoint Church is holding a dinner and live entertainment to raise funds for our Mexico Missions trip in June. The food will be…