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Parents: ‘5 to Drive’ helps keep your teen drivers alive

By Emily Wilfong Special to The SUN Did you know that motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for U.S. teens? In 2012, there were 859 teen drivers…

Pagosa Multi-Purpose Pavilion ice rink to open soon in Town Park

Pagosa Multi-Purpose Pavilion ice rink to open soon in Town Park

By Tari Woods Special to The SUN The Pagosa Multi-Purpose Pavilion held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Saturday, Nov. 22, to celebrate the new outdoor ice skating rink. The  Zamboni,…

Firewood and house log insects

As temperatures drop, many of us are warming our homes by burning wood in wood stoves and fireplaces. To make it easier to start that fire first thing in the…

A new home for the holidays for returning veteran and family

A new home for the holidays for returning veteran and family

A former Pagosa Springs resident and combat veteran, along with his family, recently received the gift of a lifetime — a home or the holidays. Permanently disabled war veteran Sgt.…

St. Patrick’s to celebrate St. Andrew’s Day with kirking o’ the tartans

At St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church, the first Sunday in Advent, Nov. 30, at 10 a.m., traditionally honors St. Andrew, the patron saint of Scotland. St. Andrew’s Day is an important…

Cyclocross comes to Pagosa Springs this holiday season

Cyclocross comes to Pagosa Springs this holiday season

By Kirsten Le Roux Special to The SUN Cyclocross is a dynamic and exciting form of bicycle racing that is usually held in the fall and winter months. The race…

Heart and soul in the wisdom scriptures

By Jeff Smith Special to The PREVIEW There is a work of heart and soul. Wisdom scriptures help with that. Someone once told me that the Book of Proverbs in…

A Unitarian Universalist missionary’s journey

By Jean Strahlendorf Special to The PREVIEW On Nov. 30, John Bush will speak to the Pagosa Unitarian Universalist Fellowship on the mission of Unitarian Universalists, with an emphasis on…

Residents give thanks for the blessings of the season

Residents give thanks for the blessings of the season

Members of the St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church continued a yearly tradition of providing a free Thanksgiving feast for the community on Nov. 20 at the Parish Hall on Lewis Street.…

Avoid foodborne illness during the holidays by safely handling and cooking food

By Therese Pilonetti Special to The PREVIEW The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is reminding Coloradans to keep their families safe from foodborne illness this holiday season by…