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Carl Smith announces sheriff candidacy

Carl Smith announces sheriff candidacy

By Bob Hite Special to The SUN On Saturday, June 22, Carl Smith announced his candidacy for the office of Archuleta County Sheriff at the Patriot’s Day celebration hosted by…

Rainy afternoon: double rainbow

Rainy afternoon: double rainbow

Photo courtesy Kayli Postelese A change in weather patterns brought wind from the south Thursday, with clouds, lightning, and rain. Scattered thunderstorms hit Pagosa Country in the afternoon and evening.…

Navajo State Park marina to close July 15, reservoir and boat ramp remain open

By Colorado Parks and Wildlife Special to The SUN Because of needed dock repairs and low water levels, the marina at Navajo State Park is closing on Monday, July 15.…

Me-Me

Me-Me

Dear Editor: Despite somewhat encouraging reports, there seems to be a kind of suppressed sense of uncertainty and general uneasiness not totally tied to the economy but with affairs in…

Watch for 4-H youth on Friday

By Marianne DeVooght Special to The SUN 4-H youth who are raising animals and are involved in various 4-H indoor projects for the Archuleta County Fair this year will be…

Call for artists: Pagosa Green Environmental Art Exhibition

By Leanne Goebel Special to The PREVIEW The Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership is hosting an environmental art exhibit that will be on view at the Backroom Wine Bar, during the Pagosa…

West Fork Complex fires chronology: June 5-July 10

Acreages listed below are for the morning of the given day.   Wednesday, June 5: The West Fork Fire begins west of the Continental Divide near Born’s Lake northeast of…

Medieval times return, Renaissance and Pirate Festival July 19-21

By Stacy Kirby Special to The PREVIEW The Renaissance and Pirate Festival is just around the corner! Join us in Town Park as a medieval village comes to life July…

Obituary-Barbara Jo Murphy

Obituary-Barbara Jo Murphy

Barbara Jo Murphy went home to be with the Lord on Saturday, July 6, 2013, at the age of 58. Barbara was truly an angel that filled this world with…

Priceless

Priceless

Dear Editor: There is a song from Stephen Schwartz’s Broadway show, “Pippin,” called “Magic To Do”;  and magic it was surrounding Curtains Up Pagosa’s production of the show over the…