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Birth-Ketchum

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Zach and Lisa Ketchum, along with their children, Cooper, Augustus and Josephine, are happy to introduce the newest member of the Ketchum family, Ralen Calliham Ketchum. Ralen was born at Mercy…

Weminuche Wilderness required registration program postponed

By Ann Bond Special to The SUN The San Juan and Rio Grande national forests will be postponing implementation of a required registration program for the Weminuche Wilderness, which was…

Holy week services announced

Holy Week at Community United Methodist ChurchBy Don Ford Special to The PREVIEW Easter Sunday is fast approaching. It is the most meaningful of all Christian holidays. It is the…

Audubon meeting features arborglyphs expert

Audubon meeting features arborglyphs expert

By Becky Herman Special to The PREVIEW The Weminuche Audubon Society monthly meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 16, in the senior dining room of the…

Mining conference to be held in Creede

By Emily Olson Special to The PREVIEW The San Juan Mining Conference will celebrate its fourth year of free, public education on April 24 and 25 in Creede. Held at…

Personal property must be reported by April 15

By Carla Elliott Special to The PREVIEW All persons owning, possessing or controlling taxable personal property with a total actual value greater than $7,000 (per owner, per county) on Jan.…

J. Paul Brown chosen as Republican candidate for state House

By Ann McCoy Harold Special to The SUN J. Paul Brown is the Republican candidate for state representative from Colorado’s House District 59. Delegates at the six- county district assembly…

Roberts introduces the cello banjo at Bluegrass Meltdown

Roberts introduces the cello banjo at Bluegrass Meltdown

By Dan Peha Special to The PREVIEW Paul Roberts will introduce the cello banjo — a historic American instrument — at the 20th annual Durango Bluegrass Meltdown this Saturday at…

Pavilion sets final cookbook fundraiser contest

Pavilion sets final cookbook fundraiser contest

By Kristal Fortune Special to The PREVIEW The Taste of Pagosa Cookbook, a fundraising project benefiting the Pagosa Multi-Purpose Pavilion, held its fourth in a series of recipe contests Friday,…

CPW Sportsmen’s Roundtable meeting to be held April 14 in Monte Vista

By Joe Lewandowski Special to The SUN All hunters and anglers who are concerned about wildlife and related issues are invited to attend the Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) Southwest…