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Do you know what the numbers say about your library?

PREVIEW Columnist, and the Library Staff Grants from foundations and corporations are a major source of operating funds for the Sisson Library. These organizations require lots of figures to prove…

‘Inequality: A Social Justice Issue’ is UU topic

Special to The PREVIEW On Sunday, March 3, the Pagosah Unitarian Universalist Fellowship service topic will be “Inequality: A Social Justice Issue,” presented by Ron Garst, of the Unitarian Universalist…

A warm, fuzzy feeling at Stitchin’ in the Kitchen

A warm, fuzzy feeling at Stitchin’ in the Kitchen

SUN Columnist What a sight it was as I walked into our dining room a few Fridays ago and saw 18 ladies stitching away. I just love the warm, fuzzy…

Cards of Thanks

The Den Brrr and a special thank you to Eric Russell, assistant cook at the Silver Foxes Den-Cafe Fox.  Eric took the plunge into the ice cold San Juan River,…

Engagement-Parker

Engagement-Parker

David and Robbie Parker would like to announce the engagement of their son, Shawn Parker, to Melissa Spencer, daughter of Mike and Tammy Spencer of Mancos, Colo. The couple will…

Civilian furloughs expected to be hit hard

SUN Columnist Most of the 800,000 Department of Defense civilian employees will see their workweeks shortened and their pay cut by 20 percent from late April through September if Congress,…

Local strongman to compete in world championships

By Mara Koch Special to The SUN Jacob Miskimens will compete in the Arnold Amateur World Strongman Championships in Columbus, Ohio, March 1-3. The event will feature more than 50…

I love meat. Where are your pets?

Meat. Ahhh. I’m reflecting on my life as a carnivore. It’s all I have to do. I’ve squandered hours in front of the TV doing cultural research, watching one after…

Promise of riches brings pioneers to Pagosa Country

Promise of riches brings pioneers to Pagosa Country

Gold was a strong attraction during Pagosa Country’s pioneer years. When Hartley C. Metcalf, while living in Denver in 1873, heard of gold in the San Juan Mountains, he outfitted…

Vets 4 Vets conducting local survey

By Charlotte Ann Jones Special to The SUN If you are a veteran of the United States military, you are needed to help local veterans have a strong voice for…