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Noxious weed grants available

By Christi Lightcap Special to The SUN The Colorado Department of Agriculture announces requests for proposals for the 2015 grants for noxious weed management to local entities. This year, the…

USDA kicks off International Year of Soils in 2015

By Petra Barnes Special to The SUN The USDA joins nations from across the globe to kick off the International Year of Soils, an effort to highlight the importance of…

TABOR may take money from Colorado schools

By Stephanie Carson Special to The SUN At least $30 million has been generated so far by Colorado’s special tax on the sale of marijuana, but some “fine print” in…

Local 4-H youth hold food drive, give to community

Local 4-H youth hold food drive, give to community

By Brandye Kiker Special to The SUN Community service is something that local 4-H kids practice on a regular basis, learning to freely give of themselves and to give back…

Blood drive to be held Jan. 8

By Tracey Hammond Special to The PREVIEW United Blood Services will hold a blood drive at 2:30 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 8, at CrossRoad Community Church, 1044 Park Ave. in…

The year 2014 in review: January through April

2014 was a busy and interesting year in Pagosa Country. There was no want for controversial issues, no lack of interesting news events to keep SUN readers focused on local…

Habitat for Humanity staff and board updates

By Rebecca Anderson Special to The PREVIEW Earlier this year, Cindi Galabota, our first-ever executive director, moved from staff to a volunteer position as she began to pursue new career…

Aikido group celebrates founder’s birthday

Aikido group celebrates founder’s birthday

By Lisa Jensen Special to The PREVIEW Children of Aikido of the San Juans enjoyed a special class with rigorous training on Saturday, Dec. 13. The class celebrated the birthday…

4Corners Cyclocross Series concludes season

4Corners Cyclocross Series concludes season

By Kirsten Le Roux Special to The SUN Saturday’s final 4Corners Cyclocross Series race turned out to be a bluebird day with sparkling snow fields and bright sunshine. Conditions on…

Local American Legion Post swears in new members

Local American Legion Post swears in new members

By Roy Vega Special to The SUN On Wednesday, Dec. 10, American Legion Mullins-Nickerson Post 108 Commander David Lopez (retired Navy captain) swore in three new members. Kenny Rogers, master…