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Two blood drives set for June in Pagosa

Two mobile blood drives are scheduled in Pagosa Springs in June. • Thursday, June 13, 2:30-6:30 p.m. at CrossRoads Community Church, 1044 Park Ave. • Wednesday, June 19, 2:30-6:30 p.m.…

Red Ryder Royalty update

By Pennie DeClark Special to The PREVIEW There will be a mandatory meeting for young ladies who are interested in becoming the 2014 Red Ryder Rodeo Queen and Princess. The…

Educational, kids’ programs this week at Navajo Reservoir

From Colorado Parks and Wildlife There’s more than just boating and fishing at Navajo State Park. Throughout the summer, a regular schedule of programs for youngsters and informational programs for…

Pagosa Springs Rotary Club announces 2013 scholarship awards

Pagosa Springs Rotary Club announces 2013 scholarship awards

By Bob Eggleston Special to The SUN   The Pagosa Springs Rotary Club is proud to announce the students receiving the 2013 Rotary Scholarships totaling $20,000. They are as follows:…

Celebrate Fred Harman’s birthday at museum and Gomez Store

By Norma Harman Special to The PREVIEW The Fred Harman Art Museum will celebrate Fred’s 86th birthday on Saturday, May 25. All residents of Archuleta County will be admitted free…

Staying calm behind the wheel

From the American Counseling Association Ever felt frustrated when driving your car? Of course, you have. With today’s crowded highways there’s a far greater chance that you’re going to encounter…

Gabrielle Pajak awarded CSOC scholarship

Gabrielle Pajak awarded CSOC scholarship

Peter L. Gonzalez, Archuleta County sheriff, is pleased to announce that Gabrielle Pajak is this year’s recipient of the County Sheriffs of Colorado (CSOC) scholarship award for Archuleta County. CSOC,…

United Way campaign raises $73,500, efforts continue

By Lisa Jensen Special to The SUN United Way of Southwest Colorado would like to thank everybody who contributed to the success of our campaign in Archuleta County. Thanks to…

The rest of the story

By Barbara Kugle Special to The PREVIEW In a previous column, we listened, like a fly on the wall, to a conversation between Nicodemus and Jesus. Although Nicodemus came to…

Civil Union-Keyes-Skeehan

Civil Union-Keyes-Skeehan

Kathy Keyes and Kirsten Skeehan became the first couple to be issued a Civil Union license in Archuleta County on May 1.   Judge Jim Denvir presided over their ceremony at…