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Backcountry Hunters and Anglers to rendezvous in Pagosa Springs

By David A. Lien Special to The SUN Backcountry Hunters and Anglers (BHA) — the sportsman’s voice for wild public lands, waters and wildlife — held their North American Rendezvous…

‘Own Your Health’ at the 9Health Fair Saturday

‘Own Your Health’ at the 9Health Fair Saturday

By Caroline Brown Special to The PREVIEW This is the weekend to “Own Your Health” at the Pagosa Springs 9Health Fair on Saturday, April 5 from 7 a.m. to noon…

Homemakers to craft pillows, quilts and blankets

By Denny Rose Special to The PREVIEW All area women are invited to come have lunch, visit and work with other women to create pillows, quilts and blankets at the…

Unfriendly

Dear Editor: Last fall, my wife and I went to PAWSD to find out what was required to tap onto city water, as we were getting ready to build a…

Championship

Championship

Photo courtesy Marcie Lewis The sixth-grade girls basketball team poses with their trophy after capturing the championship last weekend in Gunnison in a non-school league. In back, left to right,…

Basic needs

Dear Editor: Congratulations to Mayor Aragon. What an interesting life, but more than interesting, it is a “giving” life. It is through his early and continuing efforts, along with others…

CDOT makes safety improvements at U.S. 160 and Vista/Meadows

By Nancy Shanks Special to The SUN The Colorado Department of Transportation has begun a project to improve the safety of the intersection at U.S. 160 and Vista Boulevard/Meadows Drive…

Life off the web

Dear Editor: After today’s complete loss of communications within and going out of Pagosa, I am left to wonder what single-point failure can lead to CenturyLink, Verizon, ATT (are there…

CDOT encourages Coloradans to drive distraction-free

By Emily Wilfong Special to The SUN The only thing less predictable than Colorado weather in the spring is a driver texting alongside you. They might as well be wearing…

Two things

Dear Editor: Just two things. First, I’d like to thank Ross Aragon and Darrell Cotton for their many years of service to Pagosa Springs. Their job was not easy. Even…