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Fee-free weekend at Aztec Ruins National Monument

By Cyresa K. Bloom Special to The PREVIEW Aztec Ruins National Monument and 400 more national parks across the country will waive entrance fees throughout the weekend of Feb. 15…

Saluting Kitzel

Saluting Kitzel

Dear Editor: As a long time resident of Pagosa Springs, I would like to tell you about my friend and vet of over 21 years, Dr. Kitzel Farrah. Many of…

CDC uses nonprofit status to help private business

By Muriel Eason Special to The SUN In an effort to help rural movie theaters stay in business, Colorado announced in September 2013 the Rural Theater Digital Conversion Grant. The…

English as a second language

English as a second language

Photo courtesy Rosalind Marshall English as a Second Language students at the Archuleta County Education Center ESL class compile a vocabulary list on the board. Students are, left to right,…

Engagement Davis/ Smith

Engagement Davis/ Smith

Curtis and Julie Davis are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter, Hadley Davis, of Stillwater, Okla., to Sawyer Smith of Pagosa Springs. Sawyer is the son of Chris…

Pagosa Springs Photography Club holds February meeting

Pagosa Springs Photography Club holds February meeting

By Steven Merchant Special to The PREVIEW Correction The photo of the mountains and hot air balloon accompanying last week’s photography club meeting should have been attributed to Larry Hefling. …

One Billion Rising for Justice: silent vigil and walk

By Mara Koch Special to The PREVIEW On Feb. 12 at 5 p.m, Archuleta County Victim Assistance Program will join with activists around the world for One Billion Rising for…

Live Entertainment 2/6/14-2/12/14

Friday Coyote Moon Bar & Grill: DJ Justin Smallz, 9 p.m. Nello’s Bistro: Tim Sullivan, 6 p.m. The View: San Juan Mountain Boys, 6 p.m. Saturday Nello’s Bistro: Kirk James,…

USDA offers loans for production losses

Farmers and ranchers in Montezuma, Dolores, San Miguel, Archuleta and La Plata counties may be eligible for low-interest emergency loans to help cover losses they sustained as a result of…

How much should we pay for medicines?

By Trudy Lieberman Rural Health News Service At the tail end of last year, the Food and Drug Administration approved a drug that may cure some three million Americans who…