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Veterans Retraining Assistance Program update

SUN Columnist This was received from Curtis L. Coy, Deputy Undersecretary for Economic Opportunity Veterans Benefits. “Many of you were instrumental in helping us get the word out (thank you).…

Happy where the music plays, and the sun don’t shine

I’m in Santa Fe. More or less against my will. Land of period knockoffs, pea-brain western art, cowboy hats without cowboys, and awkward turquoise jewelry. Pretense, N.M. I am grumbling.…

A record of some of Pagosa’s earliest settlers

A record of some of Pagosa’s earliest settlers

Edward McIntire was one of Pagosa Country’s earliest settlers. Born Sept. 23, 1850, at Vincennes, Ind., he moved to Colorado in 1863 and to Pagosa Springs in 1878. In Pagosa…

The Unitarian ‘heresy,’ to choose for oneself

On Sunday, Feb. 24, the Pagosah Unitarian Universalist Fellowship service topic will be “Unitarian Heresies,” presented on DVD by the Rev. Christine Robinson from the Unitarian Church of Albuquerque. Robinson…

Sandy Howe receives DAR’s Outstanding Service to Veterans award

Sandy Howe receives DAR’s Outstanding Service to Veterans award

By Lynn Constan Special to The PREVIEW Sandy Howe has always had special interest in the welfare of veterans.  Her husband is a retired career Navy officer and her son…

Fort Lewis College hosts conference on local food

By Mitchel Davis Special to The SUN On Friday, Feb. 22, and Saturday, Feb. 23, Fort Lewis College will host the fifth annual Homegrown Food Retreat in the Student Union…

Cards of Thanks

Johnson For the past month, I have been fortunate to be part of an extraordinary collection of people as I was cast and performed with The Vagina Monologues at the…

Engagement-Haykus

Engagement-Haykus

Ilene and Peter Haykus of Pagosa Springs are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter, Aliya Haykus, to Forrest Rackham, son of Linda Sherman and Anthony Rackham, of Pagosa…

Medicare Fraud and Abuse presentation to be rescheduled

SUN Columnist Sometimes, life throws lemons at us and we make lemonade, so that’s what I’ve been doing. I have been out of town for a family emergency; therefore, the…

Can an ordinary family make a difference with world hunger?

Can an ordinary family make a difference with world hunger?

By Heather Rose Special to The SUN February … the month where groundhogs predict weather, when chocolates and flowers express love and when some party down on a Tuesday and…