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Youth Center Summer Camp offered for ages 5-10

By Joanne Irons Special to The SUN The Pagosa Springs Youth Center will be offering their summer camp again this year with some new staff and programs. It is a…

Preseason Full Moon Program at Chimney Rock National Monument

Preseason Full Moon Program at Chimney Rock National Monument

By Nadia Werby Special to The SUN Watch the full moon rise above the San Juan Mountains on Wednesday, May 14, at Chimney Rock National Monument. Visitors will hear Native…

G.O.A.L. Academy students clean up community

G.O.A.L. Academy students clean up community

By Missy Shaw Special to The SUN On April 15, G.O.A.L. Academy students gave their time and effort to help clean up our community. They started at 9:30 a.m. on…

Tip a Nerd will help team travel to Global competition

By Joanne Irons Special to The SUN The Pagosa DI Nerds are still working to raise the money for Destination Imagination Global competition in Knoxville, Tenn. on May 21. They…

FBLA members compete at state conference

FBLA members compete at state conference

By Zachary Ellis Special to The SUN Twenty-one Pagosa Springs High School Future Business Leaders of America members traveled to Vail on April 26 to attend the three-day FBLA State…

Handling the frustration of that teenager’s messy room

American Counseling Assn. Special to The PREVIEW Say the phrase, “messy room,” to the parents of any teenager, boy or girl, and you’ll almost always get a nod of understanding…

Free Medicare 101 class to be held at library

By Cheryl Wilkinson PREVIEW Columnist Medicare counseling will now be offered, by appointment only, every Wednesday and Thursday at the Senior Center. If you are already on Medicare and need…

Denim Day

Denim Day

Photo courtesy Carmen Hubbs Participants wearing denim gather for Denim Day on April 23 at the Bell Tower Park to show their protest of sexual violence and then “Walk a…

Has cancer affected your life?

Has cancer affected your life?

By Jeanette T. Bean Special to The PREVIEW We never had cancer in our family, but, then, in generations past, our men rarely lived past 55. One day my father…

SCAPE accepting applications for next session

By Elizabeth Marsh Special to The SUN The Southwest Colorado Accelerator Program For Entrepreneurs (SCAPE) is accepting applications for its third program during the month of May 2014. SCAPE’s objective…