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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…

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…

Local-Royston

Local-Royston

Wesley Royston, 2010 graduate of Pagosa Springs High School, was promoted to commander of Alpha Company of the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets. Royston, a senior, is an honor student…

Author to make presentation at library

By Meg Wempe Special to The PREVIEW Do you consider yourself an adventurer? Enjoy hearing about other people’s explorations? Are you interested in Alaska? If you answered “yes” to any…

Free-Fire Zone

Free-Fire Zone

Dear Editor: I am convinced that the answer to the gun and Liberty Zone resolution debates is to go a further step. We should declare Archuleta County a Free-Fire Zone…

San Juan Stargazers meet May 16

By Joan Mieritz Special to The PREVIEW The May 16 meeting of the San Juan Stargazers is one that can benefit everyone: It will change the night sky from a…

Engineering firm selected for Piedra Road project

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer With an agenda stretching five pages, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners were busy Tuesday afternoon during the board’s regular meeting. One of the…

Workshop to provide valuable information to graduates and parents

By Mara Koch Special to The SUN Calling the Class of 2013. Do you want to know more about, “The Secret Life of the High School Graduate?” All graduating students…

Folk ’N Bluegrass to feature Warren Hood Band and The Black Lillies

Folk ’N Bluegrass to feature Warren Hood Band and The Black Lillies

By Crista Munro Special to The PREVIEW FolkWest’s festival season will kick off four weeks from tomorrow with the sixth annual Pagosa Folk ‘N Bluegrass Festival, taking place June 7-9…

Loss to Sargent ends Pirate baseball schedule

Loss to Sargent ends Pirate baseball schedule

Staff Writer Another season is in the books for the Pagosa Springs High School baseball team, which went 4-14 on the season, and 2-6 in league play. The 4-14 record…