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Rotary receives funding to improve science education in Senegal

Rotary receives funding to improve science education in Senegal

By David Smith Special to The SUN The Rotary Club of Pagosa Springs has received $108,554 from The Rotary Foundation to improve science education at the junior high and high…

New art panel adorns altar at St. Patrick’s

New art panel adorns altar at St. Patrick’s

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW Last Sunday, St. Patrick’s consecrated a beautiful new addition to its worship space. The panel, created by local artist Linda Bennett, made its…

Think of United Way this Mother’s Day

By Bill Hudgins Special to The PREVIEW Mother’s Day is fast approaching. Considering treating her to brunch or dinner? How about treating her and Archuleta County at the same time…

Public invited to Suicide Prevention Community Summit

By Claire Ninde Special to The SUN San Juan Basin Public Health (SJBPH) invites regional community members to a Suicide Prevention Community Summit taking place on May 11, from 5-8…

Forests, water, wildfire and us

By Bill Trimarco Special to The SUN The area around Pagosa Springs is noted for its beauty by nearly everyone who has experienced it. Majestic mountains, free-flowing rivers and green…

Girls Group

The sixth-grade Girls Group at Pagosa Springs Middle School would like to send a heartfelt thanks to Todd, Kellie, Jim, Taylor, Erica, Tim and Daryl at the Alley House Grille.…

Teetering on the edge of Wolf Creek Pass

Teetering on the edge of Wolf Creek Pass

Once again, we continue with a narrative of the first trip over Wolf Creek Pass in July of 1916, the year it opened. Our narrator is Myrtle Hersch, a member…

DUST2

Along with the support from the Archuleta School District and the Town of Pagosa Springs, Developing Urban Single Track Trail and Team (DUST2) would like to thank the following corporate…

Homemakers to present memory skills lesson

By Tozi Rubin Special to The PREVIEW Mountain View Homemakers member Jan Starnes taught memory skills as a part of study skills classes at San Antonio College. She promises a…

Understanding post-traumatic stress disorder, part two

By Kevin J. Kelly, Ph.D. Special to The SUN This is the second in a series on post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The full version of this story is available in…