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Over 150 participants turn out for Star Spangled Shuffle

By Kirsten Le Roux Special to The SUN GECKO (Giving Every Child Knowledge of the Outdoors) held its Fourth of July Star Spangled Shuffle 3k and 5k fun community run…

Human cases of West Nile virus identified in Colorado

By Mark Salley Special to The SUN The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment reported two human cases of West Nile virus, the first reported cases this season. The…

Pay what you can at new GECKO event — ‘8 Hours of Wolf Creek’

Pay what you can at new GECKO event — ‘8 Hours of Wolf Creek’

By Kirsten Le Roux Special to The PREVIEW Get high with a brand new midsummer event on July 19 at Wolf Creek Ski Area. “8 Hours of Wolf Creek” is…

In your own words

The SUN welcomes letters from readers. Letters to the Editor are the best place to voice philosophies, thoughts, opinions, possible solutions and more.  It’s a place where an individual can…

Bill requires titling off-highway vehicles purchased from dealers

By Kyle Boyd Special to The SUN Effective July 1, Senate Bill 13-280, Titling Off-Highway Vehicles (OHV), requires the titling of off-highway vehicles and snowmobiles sold to or purchased from…

Summer excitement continues: ‘A Chorus Line’ joins the lineup

Summer excitement continues:  ‘A Chorus Line’ joins the lineup

By Laura Moore Special to The PREVIEW If you’re looking for summer excitement, look no further than the Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts. With a calendar packed full of…

Taxpayers must pay balance due on 2013 income tax

Special to The SUN More than 90,000 taxpayers who filed their 2013 income tax return had a balance due on their return and did not submit a payment will receive…

The jungle comes to Pagosa Springs with free Vacation Bible School

By Dorman D. Diller, Jr. Special to The PREVIEW The jungle comes to the Pagosa Springs Church of Christ with their annual free Vacation Bible School.  “Safari with the Savior”…

Deception: Today we are naturally confused

By Barb Kugle Special to The PREVIEW As a compliant child, even into my teens, I accepted the authority of all grownups. If my mom said it was true, it…

Railroad Club learns to make model trees

Railroad Club learns to make model trees

By Tom Artzberger Special to The PREVIEW The July meeting of the Pagosa Springs Railroad Club will take place on Monday, July 14, at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church Parish Hall…