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Preparing for flood waters after the 2013 West Fork Fire

By the San Juan National Forest Burned Area Emergency Response Team Special to The SUN The burned areas within the West Zone of the West Fork Fire have suffered vegetation…

Lassoing up art at Hands-On Arts Camp

By Lisa Brown Special to The PREVIEW Highlights for the last week oof Hands-On Art Camp: A tour of Fred Harman Art Museum and “Art and Horse,” by Kat Green.…

Living in the Wildland-Urban Interface

By Roberta Tolan SUN Columnist When you live in the beautiful natural areas of Archuleta County, you live in what we call the wildland-urban interface, the area where structures and…

Four Corners Folk Festival lineup is complete

Four Corners Folk Festival lineup is complete

By Crista Munro Special to The PREVIEW The 18th annual Four Corners Folk Festival will take place Aug. 30-Sept. 1 on Reservoir Hill in Pagosa Springs. This year’s lineup is…

Memorial-Mike Greene

Memorial-Mike Greene

A memorial service will be held for Mike Greene, 1929-2012. Born in Wheeling, West Virginia. U.S. Army 1951-1952. Kansas City, Missouri 1959-1999. Retired in Pagosa Springs 1999. Husband of Biz…

Community Concert Hall at Durango announces 2013-2014 series

By Indiana Reed Special to The PREVIEW Tickets for confirmed shows for the 2013-2014 performing arts series at the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College are now on sale…

Fire support

Fire support

Dear Editor: I would like to offer heartfelt thanks to the Archuleta County Airport at Stevens Field and The Pagosa Springs SUN Newspaper for both being such an important part…

West Fork Complex fires chronology

Acreages listed below are for the morning of the given day.   Wednesday, June 5: The West Fork Fire begins west of the Continental Divide near Born’s Lake northeast of…

Improvement

Improvement

Dear Editor: You are to be congratulated on your excellent editorial in last week’s Pagosa SUN. “According to recent evaluations, district schools are average at best in terms of academic…

Navajo Park open for boating, fishing, camping

Colorado Parks and Wildlife Even though the water level is below normal at Navajo State Park, there’s plenty of water for boating and other water-recreation activities. “We have thousands of…