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Real property taxpayer remedies available

By Tina Koster Special to The SUN For tax years 2013 and 2014, the county assessor is required by law to appraise all real property at a June 30, 2012,…

Wildfire

Wildfire

Dear Editor: Given the rapidly increasing number of wildfires in the southwest, there are enormous benefits to having a Community Wildfire Protection Plan for your subdivision.  Grants become more readily…

Register for youth tennis instruction

By Tom Carosello SUN Columnist The Pagosa Springs Recreation Department is offering youth tennis instruction this summer, thanks again to cooperation on the part of Wyndham Resorts. The program, which…

Treason

Treason

Dear Editor: I like your decision to start talking about the Constitution and public servants oath or affirmation to uphold that document, which is the foundation for all government activity.…

‘Hidden’ reveals good in us all

‘Hidden’ reveals good in us all

By Laura Moore Special to The PREVIEW Thingamajig Theatre Company concludes its season with powerful nostalgia May 10. Tickets to the Champagne Opening of “Hidden: Stories of the Dutch Resistance”…

County administrator featured speaker at ACRW meeting

By Sandy Artzberger Special to The SUN County administrator Jesse Smith will be the featured speaker on Tuesday, May 14, at the Archuleta County Republican Women’s meeting held from noon…

Center

Center

Dear Editor: Pagosa Springs needs a Visitor Center manned by caring volunteers. People come from all over to Pagosa Springs, and even if they have done research on the area,…

Lewis Street block party on Saturday

By Chrissy Karas Special to The SUN A big thank you goes to all who live and work on Lewis Street, and to those who volunteered and worked on the…

Mother’s Day breakfast to benefit pregnancy support center

By Janeah Weaver Special to The SUN Many times, Mother’s Day first starts with pregnancy. Even in adoption and pregnancy loss, many are affected by the steps of life beginning…

Summer and the Hands-On Arts Camp

By Lisa Brown and Tessie Garcia Special to The PREVIEW For 20 years, the Hands-On Arts Camp has provided fun, nurturing and creative art experiences to local youngsters. Check out…