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New Year’s Eve DUI enforcement

By William Rockensock Special to The SUN The Pagosa Springs Police Department is participating in the 2013/ 2014 New Year’s Eve High Visibility Impaired Driving Enforcement (HVIDE) campaign. Officers will…

Grace and the center: 10 years of partnership

By Stephanie Graveson Special to The SUN This past week, as a way of saying a special “Thank You,” Grace in Pagosa commemorated a 10-year partnership of holding Sunday morning…

‘Tribute to Patsy Cline’ show to benefit Pagosa accident victim

By June Marquez Special to The SUN A concert will take place on Dec. 29, with proceeds going to benefit a Pagosa resident, Keagan Smith, who is currently recovering from…

Unnecessary

Unnecessary

Dear Editor: The SBHC might be a good idea, if we had unlimited manpower and money. However, this is likely to divert our attention from the school’s main purpose: education.…

Using newspapers to teach kids in the classroom

Few resources are as inexpensive yet inherently valuable as newspapers. For as little as the loose change in their pockets, readers can get all their local news, as well as…

Call for entries: Print International 5

By Denise Coffee Special to The PREVIEW SHY RABBIT Contemporary Arts has announced a call for entries for the SHY RABBIT Print International 5, to be exhibited July 26 –…

Pagosa blood drive scheduled for Jan. 9

The first United Blood Services mobile blood drive of the new year in Pagosa Springs is set for Thursday, Jan 9. The drive will take place 2-6:30 p.m. at CrossRoad…

New director for Department of Human Services

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer The Archuleta County Department of Human Services is slated to be under the helm of a new director beginning Jan. 2. Matthew Dodson was offered…

Biz Beat-Reconnective Healing Center and Gift Shop

Biz Beat-Reconnective Healing Center and Gift Shop

Shirlee Shrum is an award-winning, gifted artist in several mediums. She creates each item in the Reconnective Healing Center and Gift Shop. Horsehair pottery, butterfly domes are all numbered and…

Summer Landmarks workshops for K-12 educators

By Kathy Stemmler Special to The PREVIEW Next year, Crow Canyon Archaeological Center will offer two weeklong NEH Summer Landmarks workshops for K–12 educators on a fascinating theme: Mesa Verde…