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Update on e-book friction between libraries and publishers

SUN columnist, and the Library Staff In past columns, we have explored the friction between libraries and publishers over e-books — particularly around publishers refusing to offer their e-book titles…

Think your green is the greatest? Enter the Classic cookoff

Think your green is the greatest? Enter the Classic cookoff

By Jacque Aragon Special to The PREVIEW The eighth annual Mountain Chile Cha Cha is just around the corner, taking place on Saturday, Aug. 24 ,from 7:30 a.m. to 6…

Here’s an idea for your next holiday treat

Six things I’d rather not do. 1. Have my gums scraped. 2. Stumble into a nest of Brown Recluse spiders. 3. Eat a razor blade. 4. Spend a week in…

The early days in the Chromo area

The early days in the Chromo area

We’ve been talking about the earliest settlements in Pagosa Country. I tend to include the Summitville, Dulce, Lumberton and Tierra Amarilla areas as part of Pagosa Country in my thoughts…

Emergency care in non-VA facilities

SUN Columnist VA guidelines and recommendations for emergency care in non-VA facilities can be summarized as follows: A medical emergency is when you have an injury or illness that is…

Cards of Thanks

GGP While the Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership raises the money to build a botanic greenhouse park for Pagosa, we’ve embraced our educational mission and produced the inaugural Colorado Environmental Film Festival…

‘Take my yoke upon you and learn from me’

By Lanell Stuart Special to The PREVIEW In August 2012, we visited the George Ranch and I found this display of a yoke used for oxen and cattle. There was…

San Juan Stargazers to host National Star Party

By Joan Mieritz Special to The PREVIEW The San Juan Stargazers invite everyone to the organization’s first National Star Party, Aug. 8-11 at Capote Lake. This year, there will be…

Unitarian Transcendentalist heritage

By Jean Strahlendorf Special to The PREVIEW On Sunday, Aug. 11, the Pagosah Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (PUFF) will discuss “Our Transcendentalist Heritage,” presented by Ruth R. Rinehart, MA, an Aspirant…

Don Ytterberg, featured speaker at ACRW meeting

By Sandy Artzberger Special to The SUN Don Ytterberg, Colorado Republican Party vice chairman, will speak at the Aug. 13 Archuleta County Republican Women’s meeting. His topic will be “What are…