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Wildlife on the move: Fall brings an increase of wildlife-vehicle collisions

Colorado Department of Transportation As spring and summer fade into fall and winter, the migration of wildlife can lead to an increase of wildlife-vehicle collisions.  Motorists should be aware that…

Literary Ladies will discuss Michelle Obama’s book

By Marilyn Stroud Literary Ladies Michelle Obama’s autobiography, “Becoming,” will be reviewed by the Literary Ladies book club on Friday, Oct. 23, at the Pagosa Lakes Property Owners Association clubhouse…

More than 15,000 Colorado crashes involved distracted drivers in 2019

Despite the risks, 92 percent of surveyed drivers still admit to driving distracted Colorado Department of Transportation Distracted driving has become one of the leading causes of vehicle crashes on…

Meet Pagosa Peak Open School’s Team UP AmeriCorps members

Meet Pagosa Peak Open School’s Team UP AmeriCorps members

By Alison Beach Pagosa Peak Open School Pagosa Peak Open School is a proud participant of Team UP AmeriCorps, which is a program of the United Way of Southwest Colorado. …

State health officials offer tips and tricks for Halloween

Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Celebrating Halloween is a cherished fall tradition for many people across Colorado. There are ways to minimize the risk of catching or spreading…

Artist’s Lane: Not so neat and tidy

By Betty Slade PREVIEW Columnist Every once in a while I look around the house and ask, “How did everything get so messy? I thought I had just cleaned that.”…

High school seniors encouraged to apply for Daniels Scholarship

By Bruce Wilmsen Daniels Fund College-bound high school seniors in Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming are encouraged to visit DanielsFund.org to apply for the Daniels Scholarship Program. The application…

Tricia O’Connor to serve as acting regional forester for the Rocky Mountain Region

Tricia O’Connor to serve as acting regional forester for the Rocky Mountain Region

By Donna Nemeth U.S. Department of Agriculture USDA Forest Service Chief Vicki Christiansen announced the temporary appointment of Tricia O’Connor as the acting regional forester for the Rocky Mountain Region,…

Donations sought for Arboles man severely burned in explosion

By Susan Gibson Special to The SUN The Arboles community is actively raising money for Jerry Rowland, Arboles butcher, and great neighbor and friend to many in the area. Rowland…

Weminuche Audubon Chapter meeting to explore what’s happening on Jackson Mountain

By Jean Zirnhelt Weminuche Audubon Society  Increasingly catastrophic wildfire is becoming a part of the landscape of the American west. Smokey skies here are a reminder of the danger wildfire…

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