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Health service district selects planning firm

By Dana Hayward Staff Writer After holding a number of special meetings to hear presentations from five different firms and partnerships on Dec. 12, 13, and 17, the Upper San…

Pet safety: travel and winter weather

By Roberta Tolan Special to The PREVIEW Whether you leave your pet at a kennel or load them up in the car and take the on a road trip, there…

Over the river and through the woods

Do you remember when you were young and spent the holidays with your grandparents? If so, I’m sure you have lots of stories to tell. We enjoyed Thanksgiving with the…

Living waters that never run dry

By Jan Davis Special to The PREVIEW Psalm 23:2 — “He makes me to lie down in green pastures: he leads me beside the still waters.” John 4:10 —  “Jesus…

No leader

No leader

Dear Editor: In March of 2006, when Barack Obama was a U.S. Senator in Illinois and George W. Bush was president, Obama made the following speech critical of the Republican…

Tips for setting realistic goals for the New Year

By Roberta Tolan SUN Columnist Now that Christmas is behind us and the year is quickly coming to an end, many of us spend time thinking of what we would…

CRIA receives Caroline Bancroft History Project Award

CRIA receives Caroline Bancroft History Project Award

By Nadia Werby Special to The SUN Chimney Rock Interpretive Association (CRIA) is pleased to announce that it is the 2013 recipient of History Colorado’s prestigious Caroline Bancroft History Project…

National exhibit features Pagosa artist Sandy Applegate

National exhibit features Pagosa artist Sandy Applegate

By Denise Coffee Special to The PREVIEW Pagosa Springs artist Sandy Applegate is one of the local talents currently featured in The ART of it ALL 2  —  a national…

A new year, with more news

A new year, with more news

This is the final issue of The SUN for 2013. As always, the year produced a remarkable amount of newsworthy material, of all kinds — from controversies to celebrations, from…

Ski Happy: Edging skills addressed

By Kimberlee Hutcherson SUN Columnist There are some basic skiing movements that help us learn to ski more effectively. I wrote some about flexing and extending movements. Now, let’s address…