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Learning lifesaving techniques

Learning lifesaving techniques

SUN photos/Shanti Johnson Members of the community learn critical CPR training from Carl Macht, Archuleta County coroner and trained medic. Macht told his class Monday evening that learning life saving…

Responsible?

Dear Editor: I cried when I read Betty Slade’s article asking, “Who is responsible?” I evidently have been very sheltered for many years, because I have never gone through anything…

Archuleta County Fair needs donations and volunteers

By Lisa Jensen Special to The PREVIEW The Archuleta County Fair is gearing up to be “Fun for the Whole Herd!” This year’s fair runs from July 31 to Aug.…

Steep Ravine, Sunliner and Beth Wood to hit Folk Fest stage

Steep Ravine, Sunliner and Beth Wood to hit Folk Fest stage

By Crista Munro Special to The PREVIEW The 19th annual Four Corners Folk Festival will take place Aug. 29-31 on Reservoir Hill in downtown Pagosa Springs. This year’s lineup includes…

Be nice, be kind

Dear Editor: What is wrong with the citizens of Pagosa? We seem to have a lot of visitors here this summer and it is hot right now, but that should…

Obituary-Blaine Thomson

Obituary-Blaine Thomson

Blaine Thomson Our Heavenly Father welcomed lifelong Colorado resident Blaine Thomson into His open arms after a lengthy battle with bone cancer and acid reflux disease on Saturday, June 28, in Farmington, N.M., at the Bridge…

Medical center

Dear Editor: This community’s strong spirit of independence and freedom was on full display for the Fourth of July weekend. Watching the parade meander down main street in spectacular style,…

Forest monitoring opportunities

By Noah Chutz Special to The SUN Join the San Juan Headwaters Forest Health Partnership and Mountain Studies Institute in their citizen science series that offers opportunities for you to…

Thunderstorms pose threat to safety

By Ann Bond Special to The SUN Summer thunderstorms pose a threat to your safety in the backcountry. Plan trips to descend from high elevations to avoid afternoon thunderstorms above…

Women’s Small Business Conference offered in Durango

Women’s Small Business Conference offered in Durango

By Malia Durbano Special to The SUN The Colorado Small Business Development Center Network (SBDC) will host the fifth annual Southwest Colorado Women’s Small Business Conference on Thursday, July 24,…