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Applicants accepted for USDA renewable energy grants

By Amy Mund Special to The SUN USDA is encouraging interested entities that will assist agriculture producers and small rural businesses by conducting energy audits and providing information on renewable…

CPW to hold seminar, turkey hunt for women, youth

By Adrian Archuleta Special to The SUN Colorado Parks and Wildlife will host a turkey hunting seminar and a youth/women’s turkey hunt. The seminar will be held on April 19,…

Dirk and Colt Ross basketball tournament set for April

The 18th annual Dirk and Colt Ross Memorial Basketball tournament is on the horizon, with this year’s tournament taking place April 18-20. Proceeds from the tournament go to a scholarship…

‘Hippies’

‘Hippies’

Dear Editor: Recently I read two articles — the first, Paul Krugman’s, which labeled Ben Bernanke a “hippie” for downplaying the need to cut the federal budget. It seems that…

9Health Fair just around the corner

By Caroline Brown Special to The SUN We’ve set our clocks forward, and that means the opportunity for a comprehensive check of your health in a convenient setting is just…

Local-Pajak and Purcell

The following Pagosa Springs students have been named to the University of Dallas Honor Roll for the fall 2012 semester for earning a semester grade point average of 3.0-3.49. Danielle…

Obituary-Danna Gnazzo Laverty

Obituary-Danna Gnazzo Laverty

Danna Gnazzo Laverty went to be with the Lord, the One she trusted in so much, March 4, 2013, peacefully at her home, surrounded by her husband and children. She…

Got chocolate? Auction is Saturday

By Siri Schuchardt Special to The Preview Got chocolate? The Humane Society sure does! The annual Chocolate Auction will be held this year on Saturday, March 16, at the Pagosa…

Rights

Rights

Dear Editor: In last week’s letters, D. Cotton accused residents who want a vote on the future development of Reservoir Hill of seeking to change our current form of government.…

Lady Pirates lose state tourney game 39-32

While the Lady Pirates appeared to be cruising for a victory in the first round of the state 3A basketball tournament, building a 15-12 lead over Denver Science and Technology…