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Property tax exemption available for qualifying senior citizens and disabled veterans

By Carla Elliott Special to The SUN The Colorado Constitution establishes a property tax exemption for senior citizens and disabled veterans. For those who qualify, 50 percent of the first…

Every penny

Dear Editor: I’ve attended several of the public meetings regarding the proposed recreation center and have heard opinions from the group who so vocally opposes the one-percent tax hike to…

Passionate

Dear Editor: Am I passionate about a Recreation Center in Pagosa Springs? Yes. The reasons are many and the fact that I have had the opportunity to be presented the…

Vote

Dear Editor: GOTV is not a new cable channel. It stands for “Get Out The Vote” and you can count on one thing come the November mid-term elections: both parties…

Obituary-Nardy Lattin

Nardy Lattin, 84, of Flora Vista, N.M., passed away on Sunday, March 16, in Farmington. She was born on May 28, 1929, in Questa, N.M. She will be laid to…

Help us celebrate 30 years of serving children

Help us celebrate 30 years of serving children

By Maggie Ives Special to The PREVIEW This year marks the 30th year of Big Brothers Big Sisters serving children in southwest Colorado. In that time, we have served over…

Dance will fund D.C. trip

By Amber Garcia Special to The SUN A benefit dance will be held for eighth-grade student Dorian Garcia. Dorian is one of the students trying to raise money to attend…

No center, yes tax

Dear Editor: We as a community are hung up and deeply divided on the issue of the indoor rec center, but our common ground is this: Recreation is the desire.…

Interactive education centers offered at health fair

By Sharee Grazda Special to The PREVIEW The 2014 Pagosa Springs 9Health Fair will be offering a new IEC (Interactive Education Center) on Saturday, April 5 from 7 a.m.-noon at…

Is an aging parent overwhelming your life?

By John Lough Special to The PREVIEW Improved health care and lifestyle changes have many more Americans living into their 80s and beyond. The result is that the grown children…