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Lesson and Carols service at Sunday Night Unplugged

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW This Sunday evening, 5 p.m., at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church, the Choir of St. Patrick’s will present the traditional Service of Lessons and…

Hanukkah the subject of UU Fellowship service

By John Graves Special to The PREVIEW On Sunday, Dec. 9, the Pagosah Unitarian Universalist Fellowship service will explore the Jewish holiday Hanukkah, in a presentation by Julie Loar. She explains…

FFA chapter organized, begins garden project

By Becky Guilliams Special to The SUN The Pagosa Springs High School has recently started a student organization called FFA (Future Farmers and Agriculturalists). The former name of the organization…

Active search continues for missing boy

By Sarah Jacobson Special to The SUN The Dylan Redwine Task Force (comprised of members of the La Plata County Sheriff’s Office, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Colorado Bureau of Investigation,…

Selecting key health concerns in the community

By Jane Looney Special to The SUN San Juan Basin Health invites community members to the next step in creating a Public Health Improvement Plan for Archuleta and La Plata…

La Plata Electric Association to hold rate information meeting

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN The La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) Board of Directors will host a series of rate information meetings to discuss reasons behind the pending,…

Buy a tree, help a local nonprofit

By Traci Bishop SUN Columnist This Friday, Nov. 30, from 6:30-9 p.m., Pagosans have the perfect opportunity to raise money for their favorite nonprofits in Archuleta County. To support your…

Jose Benedito Martinez, a Pagosa Country pioneer

Jose Benedito Martinez, a Pagosa Country pioneer

The Martinez name in New Mexico is very common, as common as Smith is among Anglo Americans. Unsurprisingly, the Martinez name is well represented in Pagosa Springs history. A number…

Strange bedfellows on a bridge

Strange bedfellows  on a bridge

Politics — and pot — make for strange bedfellows. The American political landscape is divided along partisan lines, with ideological opponents locked in battle and no quarter given. Partisanship poisons…

Learning through play — a child’s job

By Terry Schaaf SUN Columnist Play is fun for children. Play is the way children learn. Through play, children learn about themselves, their environment, people and the world around them.…