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Shopping for a cause: World Craft Fair to be held Dec. 5-7

By Carole Nasralla Special to The PREVIEW Discover a world of difference. Immerse yourself in a world of colors, textures, aromas, flavors and sounds; a world of difference with exquisite…

Russ Hill Wreath Bazaar, a labor of love

Russ Hill Wreath Bazaar, a labor of love

By Barbara Draper Special to The PREVIEW Holiday shoppers, you have until 3 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 3, to order your beautiful handmade wreaths and table arrangements from the Russ Hill…

What you’re thankful for

From family and friends to nature and pop culture, it’s clear that the readers of the The SUN and PREVIEW have a lot to be thankful for. The SUN asked…

Celebrations

The following are the October births with parents from Pagosa Springs, as reported by Mercy Regional Medical Center: Amelia and Blair Crook, Kash Duane, 10 pounds, 10:19 p.m., Oct. 2.…

Parents: ‘5 to Drive’ helps keep your teen drivers alive

By Emily Wilfong Special to The SUN Did you know that motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for U.S. teens? In 2012, there were 859 teen drivers…

Residents give thanks for the blessings of the season

Residents give thanks for the blessings of the season

Members of the St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church continued a yearly tradition of providing a free Thanksgiving feast for the community on Nov. 20 at the Parish Hall on Lewis Street.…

Traditional Thanksgiving feast on today’s Loaves and Fishes menu

Traditional Thanksgiving feast on today’s Loaves and Fishes menu

A traditional Thanksgiving feast will be on the menu at Loaves and Fishes today, complete with turkey and dressing, mashed potatoes, vegetables, bread and homemade pie, courtesy of members of…

Actions and attitudes for keeping your children healthy

By John Lough Special to The SUN Fall and winter tends to mean more sick kids. Every school-aged child is exposed to lots of viruses and germs every day. And…

Southwest Colorado eSchool accepting enrollments

By Tod Lokey Special to The SUN The Southwest Colorado eSchool (SWCeS) is accepting enrollments from regional students for the spring 2015 semester starting on Wednesday, Jan. 7. Students can…

San Juan Conservation District announces poster contest winners

San Juan Conservation District announces poster contest winners

By Cynthia Purcell Special to The SUN The San Juan Conservation District hosted its annual poster contest for sixth-grade students. This year’s theme was “Dig Deeper — The Mysteries of…