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GED program now at Ruby Sisson Library

GED program now at Ruby Sisson Library

Photo courtesy Rosalind Marshall Dustin Bolos studies in the GED room at the Ruby Sisson Library. The Archuleta County Education Center GED program is now held at library. Instruction and…

Gazebo

Gazebo

Photo courtesy West Davies Kayakers and rafters who have floated down the San Juan south of Pagosa Springs may recall seeing a gazebo on private property near the banks of…

Skiing moguls: part two

By Kimberlee Hutcherson SUN Columnist No two moguls are alike and they are constantly changing. The bump run that you skied in the morning will probably be quite different by…

15 For 15 Campaign supports compassion at center

By Kate Kelley Special to The PREVIEW A young man, who seemingly has been waiting for the Pagosa Pregnancy Support Center (PPSC) to open its doors for the day, follows…

CandyGrams

CandyGrams

Photo courtesy Sabra Miller Pagosa Springs High School National Honor Society President Zach Ellis presents monies raised from the sale of Christmas CandyGrams to Pastor Don Ford for the food…

San Juan National Forest announces Kara Chadwick as new forest supervisor

San Juan National Forest announces Kara Chadwick as new forest supervisor

By Ann Bond Special to The SUN Kara Chadwick, assistant director for forest management for the U.S. Forest Service in Washington, D.C., will report to the San Juan National Forest…

GECKO plungers pledge enough for a full scholarship to Alaska

GECKO plungers pledge enough for a full scholarship to Alaska

By Kirsten Le Roux Special to The PREVIEW GECKO (Giving Every Child Knowledge of the Outdoors) had an impressive number of brave plungers in Sunday’s Penguin Plunge with a target…

How to care for your houseplants during winter

By Roberta Tolan PREVIEW Columnist Houseplants are a great way to add beauty to your home during the long winter months, but the indoor environment in Colorado can be harsh…

Japanese drumming troupe TAO to perform in Durango

By Indiana Reed Special to The PREVIEW TAO, known as the “rock stars” of Taiko, traditional Japanese drumming, are set to stage a new production, “Phoenix Rising,” returning to the…

Volunteer help

Volunteer help

Dear Editor: We are less than two weeks away from the statewide Precinct Caucus where the citizens of Colorado start the political process of determining who the candidates will be…