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Pagosa students advance to state Skills USA competition

By Becky Guilliams Special to The SUN On Friday, March 1, members of the Pagosa Springs High School Chapter of Skills USA competed in the District 8 contest. This competition…

Obituary-Agnete Bartz

Obituary-Agnete Bartz

 Agnete Bartz, 78, passed peacefully on March 6, 2013, at her home with her husband and son at her side. Agnete was born Nov. 10, 1934, in Copenhagen, Denmark. She…

‘Dance for the Families’ Friday night

By Siri Schuchardt Special to The PREVIEW This Friday, March 15, is the first Dance for the Non-Profits — “Dance for the Families” — from 7-10 p.m. at the Ross…

Scholarship available to high school graduates

The Lawrence J. Shock Memorial Scholarship is available to all 2013 graduating seniors in Archuleta County. Applications are due by April 15 and can be picked up at Pagosa Springs…

Property management topic at March 27 workshop

By Jim Smith SUN Columnist The Archuleta County Weed and Pest Department, along with the CSU Extension Office, will offer the community a Property Management Workshop on March 27. The…

Stinkin’ thinkin’ in a nutshell

Stinkin’ thinkin’ in a nutshell

By Sue Ellen Haning Columnist Hello, all you nuts out there. We have arrived at the essence of it all — fear, buts, hell breaking loose, comfort zone and everything…

Reprobate

Reprobate

Dear Editor: Yes, I’m guilty. If you’re conservative, you’re reprobate. If you’re conservative, you are to be dispatched. You’re to be lampooned, impugned, laughed at, made fun of, on purpose…

Education Center’s ‘Silver Star’ Celebration luncheon to feature speaker Finessa Ferrell

Education Center’s ‘Silver Star’ Celebration luncheon to feature speaker Finessa Ferrell

By Rosalind Marshall Special to The PREVIEW The Archuleta County Education Center’s original annual fund-raiser was a fine art auction. After many other local non-profits began to hold auctions for…

Pets and thin ice — a dangerous combination

By Kelly Robertson Special to The SUN As the days get warmer, the ice on our local lakes is beginning to thaw, creating hazardous conditions for both humans and animals…

Asteroids, comets, meteors — how serious is the threat?

By Joan Mieritz Special to The PREVIEW Asteroids, comets, meteors — how serious is the threat? The San Juan Stargazers want the people of Pagosa Springs to have the facts…