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You can learn to navigate Medicare

By Christina Knoell Special to The SUN Medicare is complicated. It is important that you know your rights, options, deadlines, possible penalties and where to find the information you need.…

Democrats plan Fourth of July picnic

By John Porco Special to The PREVIEW In what has become a Fourth of July tradition, the Archuleta County Democratic Party will again sponsor a holiday picnic. The picnic is…

Free Summer Reading Program underway

SUN columnist, and the library staff This year’s free Summer Reading Program is well underway, having started June 2. It will run through July 25 and it’s not too late…

Donation

Donation

SUN photo/Randi Pierce LPEA’s Mike Alley (right) hands Upper San Juan Search and Rescue Director Les Bivens (center) and Christina Marquart, Archuleta County’s deputy director of emergency management, a $6,000…

Push-Up Challenge nets over $4,300 for victims of violence

Push-Up Challenge nets over $4,300 for victims of violence

By Carmen Hubbs Special to The SUN The pushup — a timeless exercise that has survived workout trends throughout the years, surpassing the age of jazz exercises, wiggling belts jiggling…

Stuffed animal sleepover at library tonight

SUN columnist, and the library staff Tonight (Thursday, June 26) is one of the most fun events of the summer for our younger patrons. It’s the annual stuffed animal sleepover,…

Reflecting on one’s spiritual journey

By Jean Strahlendorf Special to The PREVIEW On June 29, the Pagosa Unitarian Universalist Fellowship will present a talk by Avalon Haykus, addressing her spiritual journey. She reflects that, in…

Cards of Thanks

Muirhead Thank you, Jason Rose and Denise Chaney and your fellow musicians, for a delightful afternoon in the park on Sunday. It was great to see families enjoying the uplifting…

The Half Duathlon — anyone’s race

The Half Duathlon — anyone’s race

By Carmen Hubbs Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Duathlon — a trail enthusiast’s dream. On July 12, get ready for the epic courses at this year’s Pagosa Duathlon. For…

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…