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Prescribed burning planned on Pagosa Ranger District

By Brandy Richardson Special to The SUN Fire managers on the Pagosa Ranger District are planning to conduct up to three prescribed burns on National Forest lands this fall. The…

Cards of Thanks

PSES Thank you to all of the local merchants and churches who joined the Community United Methodist Church, Rio Grande Savings and Loan, and Pagosa Human Services in gathering much…

Vision

Vision

Dear Editor: Morgan Murri is the gentleman who sponsored the races which culminated in Town Park Saturday. It was a great day because, along with his races, we enjoyed the…

John Hiatt and The Combo, Natalie MacMaster headline festival

John Hiatt and The Combo, Natalie MacMaster headline festival

By Crista Munro Special to The PREVIEW By the time you read this, more than likely the big lines of campers waiting across from Reservoir Hill since Tuesday have finally…

Contra Dance on Sept. 7 in Durango

By Samantha Brow Special to The Preview A Contra Dance will be held Sept. 7, at Park Elementary School in Durango — 510 E.  6th Ave. Beginner dance instruction is…

‘Good People’ leaving Pagosa Springs

‘Good People’ leaving Pagosa Springs

By Laura Moore Special to The PREVIEW Thingamajig Theatre Company enters its final weekend of the 2013 Summer Season with their critically acclaimed co-production (Abster Productions) of “Good People,” running…

Learn the art and science of food preservation

By Terry Schaaf Special to The SUN The Southwest Region County Extension Offices (Archuleta, Montezuma and La Plata counties) are recruiting volunteers to attend in-depth training sessions on food safety…

Local-Powdermaker

Local-Powdermaker

The Barrett Foundation and Love for Kids, Inc. has bestowed upon longtime Pagosa Springs, Meadows resident and owner of Circle R Ranch in Flower Mound, Texas, Alan Powdermaker, the 2013…

FACE

FACE

Dear Editor: The board of directors of FACE (Foundation for Archuleta County Education) took a giant leap of faith on Thursday, Aug. 22, when they held their first fund-raiser for…

OHVs provide fall touring fun

By Colorado Parks and Wildlife Off-highway vehicles provide great backcountry transportation in the summertime, but during Colorado’s fall season, OHVs provide access to some of the most spectacular scenery in…