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Tips for easing those aches and pains

As my bones remind me of my increasing years, I look for tips on ways to feel better. During a recent visit to my healthcare provider I received some good…

Win a gator hunt in Rotary raffle

By Terri House Special to The SUN If you have always dreamed of hunting alligators in Lousiana, this is your opportunity! There are less than 40 tickets remaining for purchase…

Local author writes book on activating positive energy

By Carole Howard SUN Columnist and the Library Staff Dan Gnos is well known among fitness aficionados in our community as the congenial owner of a local gym, as well…

Ross Tournament action begins today

By Troy Ross Special to The SUN The annual Dirk and Colt Ross Memorial Basketball Tournament begins today in Pagosa Springs. Three divisions — Open, 6 foot and under, and…

Out of the wilderness

By Barbara Kugle Special to The PREVIEW I’ve been wandering around for weeks in one of those spiritual wildernesses all Christians eventually find themselves in. At this point, I’m not…

Bluegrass concert tonight at community center

Jeff Scroggins and Colorado Band perform tonight at the Ross Aragon Community Center. The center and the Elation Center for the Arts are excited to announce this high energy, high…

The O’Neals: From Texas to New Mexico, to Pagosa Country

The O’Neals: From Texas  to New Mexico, to Pagosa Country

Last week we wrote about Fount and James O’Neal, born in Texas, but participants in a story-book journey ending in Colorado’s San Juan Basin in 1876. The O’Neal story has…

Keyah Grande site for Rotary’s Kentucky Derby Gala

Keyah Grande site for Rotary’s Kentucky Derby Gala

By John Duvall Special to The PREVIEW If you can’t be in Kentucky for the May 4 running of The Kentucky Derby, where is the next best place to be?…

Celebrate Week of the Young Child, April 20-27

By Lynne Bridges Special to The SUN Week of the Young Child honors the more than 35 million children from birth through age 8 in America, as well as the…

Updates on VA Claims Backlog

With the backlog of compensation claims at the Department of Veterans Affairs having ballooned in recent years, one would expect major veterans service organizations to be among VA’s harshest critics.…