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Marijuana steering committee to hold public meeting

By Annette DeGraaf Special to The SUN The Archuleta County Retail Marijuana Steering Committee will be hosting a meeting for the public to discuss issues or concerns related to the…

Propane prices rising nationally, local prices up 30 cents/gallon

By Dana Hayward Staff Writer The rising price of liquid propane has been a concern for rural customers nationally over the past several weeks. Although price hikes are not affecting…

Local couple appears on Wheel of Fortune, wins new car

Local couple appears on Wheel of Fortune, wins new car

Pagosans Sandy and Larry Reed appeared on Wheel of Fortune last night, Feb. 13. In the appearance, part of the Venetian Valentine’s Week, the couple won $25,805 in cash and…

Heartbeat Ball benefits medical center expansion

By Haz Saïd Special to The PREVIEW The Dr. Mary Fisher Medical Foundation will host this year’s Heartbeat Ball on Friday, Feb. 28, 7-10 p.m. at the Pagosa Springs Center…

Salvation Army seeks volunteers

By Nancy Rea Special to The PREVIEW Are you interested in learning how you can become involved with Salvation Army in Archuleta County? Did you know the Salvation Army serves…

Local-Chase Purcell

Navy Seaman Chase Purcell, son of Douglas A. and Cynthia A. Purcell of Pagosa Springs, recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill., with honors.…

Local coordinator selected for Southwest Rural Philanthropy Days

Local coordinator selected for Southwest Rural Philanthropy Days

By Kirsten Le Roux Special to The SUN As preparations for the Southwest Rural Philanthropy Days (RPD) are well underway and all efforts focused on mid-June, newly appointed coordinator Kristi…

Integrating the truths of religion and science at Unitarian service

By Jean Strahlendorf Special to The PREVIEW On Sunday, Feb. 16, Jean Strahlendorf will present a talk that explores an approach to integrate religion and science. It has been stated…

Drought earns Archuleta County disaster status

By Shanti Johnson Staff Writer The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) designated Archuleta County, along with fifteen other counties spanning the Colorado and New Mexico border, as contiguous disaster…

Keagan delayed

Keagan delayed

Dear Editor: The “Welcome Home” reception we had planned for Keagan Smith, my grandson, this coming Sunday night at Centerpoint has been delayed. Keagan will not be released from Craig…