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Goals & Accomplishments Pagosa Fire Protection District

SUN staff asked representatives of six publicly funded agencies in Archuleta County to individually answer a trio of questions relating to the goals and accomplishments of themselves and their agencies…

Classes at St. Pat’s are for inquiring minds

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW Have you ever wondered what Episcopalians believe, how they worship, or what makes them different from other mainline denominations? Why do they wear…

Casino night returns with ‘Dancing With The Stars’

Casino night returns with ‘Dancing With The Stars’

By John Duvall Special to The PREVIEW Can’t make it to Las Vegas this winter? No problem! You’ll have just as much fun and spend lots less money by attending…

Lecture series: ‘Navajo Lake — Rock Art and the Dine Culture’

Lecture series: ‘Navajo Lake — Rock Art and the Dine Culture’

By Nadia Werby Special to The PREVIEW Chimney Rock Interpretive Association (CRIA) is proud to present a special presentation on “Navajo Lake — Rock Art and the Dine Culture” by…

Beautiful letter

Beautiful letter

Dear Editor: We are always lamenting about “what is this world coming to” when we hear and see some of the young people today and then in the January 23rd…

Country dance will benefit mission trip

By Nancy Burke Special to The PREVIEW Families, couples, singles and kids of all ages are invited to a community country dance and dinner on Saturday, Feb. 8. The event…

Rural hospital

Rural hospital

Dear Editor: Re: Three ER patients transferred to Mercy, PSMC continues to grow capacity. I thank Ms. Hayward for bringing the issue of patient transfers into the public eye. Since…

Critical needs

Critical needs

Dear Editor: The critical needs in Archuleta County, especially in the winter, do not really include Liberty Zones or political divisions and animosities. The need is for work, fuel, and…

Majority of Colorado fourth-graders don’t read at grade level

By Stephanie Carroll Carson Special to The SUN More than half of the children in Colorado aren’t reading at grade level by the time they’re starting fourth grade, which a…

Searching for truth with love

By Jean Strahlendorf Special to The PREVIEW On Feb. 9, Merlin Wheeler will present to the Pagosa Unitarian Universalist Fellowship a chronicle of what he views as his spiritual growth…