Home » Entries posted by Pagosa Springs SUN Online (Page 5)
Stories written by Pagosa Springs SUN Online

Global warming

Dear Editor: A recent letter-writer claims that there’s no reason to be alarmed about global warming. The full version of this story is available in the print edition and e-edition…

Gary Michael ‘Pancho’ Willis

Gary Michael ‘Pancho’ Willis

Pancho passed away peacefully at Pine Ridge Extended Care on Saturday, July 13, following a lengthy battle with pancreatic cancer. Pancho was born in Lancaster, Calif., in 1963, to Ron…

County road and bridge

Dear Editor: A special thanks to Greg and the Archuleta Road & Bridge Department for prompt and outstanding service. The full version of this story is available in the print…

Life at Chimney Rock Festival set for July 20-21

By Nadia Werby Special to The SUN Step back in time at the Chimney Rock Interpretive Association’s (CRIA) annual Life at Chimney Rock Festival on Saturday and Sunday, July 20…

RoomConnect public presentation tonight

By Bill Hudson Special to The SUN Pagosa Housing Partners, also known as PHP, is pleased to announce a free public presentation of the new RoomConnect program, to be held…

Sixth annual Pirate Plunge 5k Mud Run set for Saturday

Sixth annual Pirate Plunge 5k Mud Run set for Saturday

By Amy Wilson Special to The PREVIEW This year marks the sixth annual Pirate Plunge 5k Mud Run. It is set to take place Saturday, July 20; race start time…

Take action

Dear Editor: Americans must be a truly superstitious lot. We have the greatest blessings any country ever had. We go on with life as if it is magic that keeps…

Future of power

Dear Editor: On June 10th I attended a community meeting at LPEA about the future of our power supply. It was well attended and led by staff Ron Meier. It…

Public meeting scheduled for timber salvage projects

By Ann Sarnecki Special to The SUN The Rio Grande National Forest is inviting input on five proposed timber salvage projects on the Conejos Peak Ranger District. All five of…

Scouting experience

Dear Editor: On July 22, over 35,000 Boy Scouts from 161 different countries will arrive at the Bechtel Reserve in West Virginia to enjoy and celebrate at the World Jamboree.…