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Game grew scarce, leading to threat of war

Game grew scarce, leading to threat of war

During the early years of settlement in Pagosa Country, the naturally occurring wild game such as deer, elk, sheep and antelope nearly disappeared. The cause is obvious, and relates to…

Evaluating communication within your relationship

By John Lough Special to The PREVIEW Most of us tend to believe we’re pretty good at communications. We talk to our boss and co-workers, chat with our friends, try…

Local-Gonzales

Gonzales Angel Gonzales of Pagosa Springs achieved academic honors at Sam Houston State University for Spring 2014. The Dean’s List at SHSU in Huntsville, Texas, recognizes full-time undergraduate students who…

High road or low road — the choice is ours

By Jan Davis Special to The PREVIEW Psalm 40:2, “He brought me up also out of a horrible pit, out of the miry clay, and set my feet upon a…

Medicare counseling offered at Senior Center

By Cheryl Wilkinson PREVIEW Columnist Medicare counseling is offered, by appointment only, every Wednesday at the Senior Center (in the community center). If you are already on Medicare and need…

Alzheimer’s support meeting scheduled at St. Patrick’s

Special to The SUN On Monday, June 30, at 11 a.m. and noon, Alzheimer’s Association Regional Director Elaine Stumpo will be at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church to offer her monthly…

Goal Academy graduates announced

By Kimberley Bradshaw Special to The SUN On June 7, the Colorado State Fair Events Center in Pueblo was the home to the GOAL Academy Class of 2014 Graduation Ceremony.…

Local-Erskine

Erskine Garek Erskine, of Pagosa Springs, qualified for the the Montana State University 2014 spring semester honor roll. The Dean’s Honor Roll includes the students earning grade point averages of…

Frustration turned to a miracle

By Daris Howard Special to The PREVIEW After the Teton Dam broke in Idaho and water flooded the valley, we all worked long, hard hours to rebuild our lives, homes…

July 3 Tea Party meeting canceled

By Ronnie Zaday Special to The SUN Archuleta County Tea Party will not be having its regular meeting on July 3 due to Independence Day festivities. Please join us for…