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A successful vegetable garden at 7,000 feet

The Archuleta County CSU Extension office is excited to welcome Darrin Parmenter, La Plata County CSU Extension director, to Pagosa Springs for a gardening workshop, June 12, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.…

Basketball championship game film at fund-raiser

By Marianne DeVooght Special to The SUN Relive the thrill and come watch the Pagosa Springs boys’ 3A basketball state championship game. Watch the game with the players at the…

The Pereas: a longtime Pagosa Country family

The Pereas: a longtime Pagosa Country family

Pedro “Pete” Perea was born July 1, 1895, in Edith, Colo. He died Oct. 27, 1975. Sequiel L. “Zeke” Perea was born Nov. 17, 1901, at Edith. He was a…

Wise words, one cup at a time

By Jeff Smith Special to The PREVIEW I’m going through the book of Proverbs in the Bible, which is one of the wisdom scriptures. Truth be told, I’m not sure…

Dance for disaster relief on June 7

By Traci Bishop SUN Columnist Dance the night away at the Ross Aragon Community Center on June 7 for disaster relief. This event will host seven local nonprofits in Archuleta…

Firing off new solutions

Now that the effort to recall Rep. Mike McLachlan has been at least temporarily derailed, let’s try something different: Get people together to craft a moderate approach to the gun…

Eckhart Tolle study group

By Joan Mieritz Special to The PREVIEW “The Power of Now” might be one of the most important books written in the 20th century. A move is underway to find…

Sign up now for Summer Reading Program

SUN columnist, and the Library Staff Sign up now — or any time before July 11 — for this year’s six-week Summer Reading Program. Summer reading activities are open to…

Cards of Thanks

Kilczer A visit to the emergency room is always traumatic. But the Pagosa Springs Medical Center’s staff, a great bunch of dedicated, friendly, and supportive professionals, turned my visit into…

A Memorial Day message from Secretary Shinseki

SUN Columnist Last weekend, Americans in large numbers visited our national cemeteries and other final resting places to honor their loved ones, their friends, neighbors, colleagues, even some unknown to…