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Students qualify for FBLA State Leadership Conference

By Zach Ellis Special to The SUN Members of the Pagosa Springs High School chapter of Future Business Leaders of America traveled to Alamosa on Tuesday, Feb. 4, to compete…

Additional special districts seek candidates for May 6 election

By Shanti Johnson Staff Writer Two additional special districts are seeking nominations for board directors to be voted for on Tuesday, May 6. The following districts have submitted notices of…

Create a vision board at ‘Make it Happen!’

By Linda Morrison Special to The PREVIEW You are invited to experience “Make It Happen!” — a welcoming event for women at the Community United Methodist Church at 434 Lewis…

Spruce beetle kill on the rise

By Shanti Johnson Staff Writer The United States Forest Service (USFS) and Colorado State Forest Service (CSFS) released a report on Jan. 30 statng that, while the mountain pine beetle…

January births announced

The following is the list of January births with parents from Pagosa Springs, as reported by Mercy Regional Medical Center: Tara Weil and John Hodson, Daryn Jean, 6 pounds, 12…

Fourth graders enjoy ski lessons

Fourth graders enjoy ski lessons

Photo courtesy Karyn Smith The fourth graders at Pagosa Springs Elementary School enjoy cross-country skiing as part of their physical education classes with Lindsey Kurt-Mason during the week of Feb.…

Skiing moguls: part two

By Kimberlee Hutcherson SUN Columnist No two moguls are alike and they are constantly changing. The bump run that you skied in the morning will probably be quite different by…

Gazebo

Gazebo

Photo courtesy West Davies Kayakers and rafters who have floated down the San Juan south of Pagosa Springs may recall seeing a gazebo on private property near the banks of…

GED program now at Ruby Sisson Library

GED program now at Ruby Sisson Library

Photo courtesy Rosalind Marshall Dustin Bolos studies in the GED room at the Ruby Sisson Library. The Archuleta County Education Center GED program is now held at library. Instruction and…

God’s law

God’s law

Dear Editor: President Obama is nullifying the Constitution’s guarantee of freedom of religion (first Amendment) through Obamacare and other measures and by ignoring its mandate that it is the responsibility…