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Seniors: Need a ride? Call The Den

By Musetta Wollenweber SUN Columnist Get out in the community and let us do the driving! Get to where you need to go; door-to-door bus service is available Mondays, Tuesdays,…

The Macht family: Pagosa pioneers

The biographies this week are only of the Macht family, prominent ranchers in Pagosa Country since the 1880s and still going strong. The Macht family history is typical of the…

One Church of Pagosa Springs — One Family

By Jim Sanderson Special to The PREVIEW I believe. I was recently watching a documentary about the life of Ronald Reagan, U.S. President.  One thing that was said that really…

We honor the veterans we lost this year

This week, we celebrated Veterans Day with services on Sunday and a breakfast with the eighth grade on Monday. Many thanks to all who participated and supported each of these…

Let’s talk turkey, for a safe, delicious Thanksgiving meal

By Liz Haynes SUN Columnist Editor’s note: We at The SUN were saddened to hear the news that our Viewpoints columnist, Extension Agent Liz Haynes, passed away last Friday. We…

SHIPs can help with important Medicare decisions

By Musetta Wollenweber SUN Columnist A recent study by the National Bureau of Economic Research indicates that fewer than 10 percent of individuals enroll in the most cost-effective Medicare Part…

2012 holiday season mailing dates

By Raymond Taylor SUN Columnist The Naval Supply Systems Command’s (NAVSUP) Postal Policy Division mail-by dates for pre-Dec. 25, delivery of holiday cards, letters and packages have been announced. The…

A cry for significance

By Barb Kugle Special to The PREVIEW I have come to believe that the cry of every human heart is a cry for significance. Everyone wants to matter, to count…

Vicenti Lujan, legendary cowboy and plainsman

Vicenti Lujan’s life contained all of the elements that excite people fond of western movies. He was a veteran cowboy and plainsman who, for 15 years, worked for the Thatcher…

What does not kill you makes you … what?

I have been thinking about the saying, “What does not kill you makes you stronger,” and I am not sure that is always true. I recently read something written on…