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Autumnal Equinox Sunrise Program at Chimney Rock

Autumnal Equinox Sunrise Program at Chimney Rock

By Nadia Werby Special to The SUN There is still time to enjoy Chimney Rock this year. The 2013 Chimney Rock National Monument tour season ends at the close of…

Pros battle it out at XTERRA Pagosa Springs

Pros battle it out at XTERRA Pagosa Springs

By Kirsten Le Roux Special to The SUN After a very damp Saturday spent setting up a transition and start/finish area, team GECKO organizers were pleasantly surprised by a glorious…

Rummage sale next week at community center

By Traci Bishop SUN Columnist Time has nearly run out, if you want to secure a vendor booth at this year’s Fall Rummage Sale at the Ross Aragon Community Center.…

Easy ways to save energy this fall and winter

By Roberta Tolan SUN Columnist The season is beginning to change, morning temperatures are falling and homeowners are stockpiling firewood. It’s time to think about heating our homes for the…

Learning to use your school counselor

By the American Counseling Association As the new school year gets underway, your school age children will be facing a whole new set of opportunities and challenges. While it is…

The Fourth Source: ‘Jewish and Christian Teachings’

By Jean Strahlendorf Special to The PREVIEW On Sunday, Sept. 22, the Pagosah Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (PUFF) will discuss the Fourth Source: “Jewish and Christian Teachings.” Unitarian Universalism is not…

New locations for adult education offered by Education Center

By Rosalind Marshall Special to The SUN The classrooms may have moved, but adult education through the Archuleta County Education Center is alive and well in Pagosa Springs. ACEC continues…

Visiting caller from the Smokey Mountains of Tennessee

By Carla Roberts Special to The PREVIEW A top-level caller graced the High Country Squares for a Sept. 8 special dance where eight squares enjoyed the fantastic time on the floor…

The ‘wild and wooly’ railroad towns

The ‘wild and wooly’ railroad towns

The 1881 arrival of the Denver & Rio Grande Narrow Gauge Railroad immensely impacted the San Juan Basin and Pagosa Country. The towns at the new construction end of the…

The grandeur of God

By Lanell Stuart Special to The PREVIEW The Grand Canyon is a reminder that God is grandeur in his creation. Can you imagine the beautiful colorful nature God had in…