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Committees get together to work together

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer In light of recent events concerning Reservoir Hill and the special election to change the Pagosa Springs Home Rule Charter, town council decided to hold…

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Dear Editor: My faith was shaped by my Jesuit and Presbyterian background. My maternal great-grandfather was raised by an uncle who was a Jesuit priest back in the late 1800s.…

Local students among Fort Lewis grads

The following Pagosa Springs students graduated from Fort Lewis College on Saturday, April 27: Daniel Abbott received a Bachelor of Arts with a major in art-graphic design option. Garrett Campbell…

Patriot’s Day Celebration to feature GOP notables

By Sandy Artzbarger Special to The SUN There will be a unique opportunity that only a small town can offer at the ACRW annual Patriot’s Day Celebration Saturday, June 22.…

LPEA Golf Tournament and dance set for June 22

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) will host its annual golf tournament at the Pagosa Springs Golf Course, Saturday, June 22. Space is limited…

Solstice celebration at Center of Southwest Studies

By Julie Tapley-Booth Special to The PREVIEW The Center of Southwest Studies at Fort Lewis College celebrates the Summer Solstice on Friday, June 21. Doors open at 6 a.m. At…

Four students attend Rotary Youth Leadership program

Four students attend Rotary Youth Leadership program

By Jacqueline Garcia, Kaycee Bennett, Marissa Talamante and Ben Miller Special to The SUN When we individually applied for the Rotary Youth Leadership Award, none of us knew what we…

Institute of Light to host program with Misha Jirnov

By Mark Kimmel Special to The PREVIEW On June 28, The Institute of Light will present Misha Jirnov, a Russian spiritual teacher, intuitive and bio-energy master. Jirnov, a Russian from…

Even cowboys like musical theatre

Even cowboys like musical theatre

By George Rohrbacher Special to The PREVIEW In 2011, I retired from 40 years of cattle ranching; you know — pickup trucks and horse trailers, jay barns and manure —…

Be aware: Wildlife is on the move

By Nancy Shanks Special to The SUN Spring migration may be winding down, but wildlife are still present near highways, particularly from dusk to dawn. As of June 1, those…