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‘Legends, Lies and Legacies’ at August Cowboy Poetry Gathering

‘Legends, Lies and Legacies’ at August Cowboy Poetry Gathering

By Ken Harms Special to The PREVIEW Ken and Jan Harms are happy to announce they have received a grant to host the second annual Pagosa Peak Cowboy Poetry Gathering…

Shamrock Festival a fun way to give

Shamrock Festival a fun way to give

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW Visitors to Pagosa Springs often comment on the beauty of our surroundings, as well as the beautiful people who live here. Pagosa Springs…

Sexual assault resources in Archuleta County — a community that cares

By Misty Fowlds Special to The SUN Pagosa Springs is a little gem, a place known for its outstanding beauty and abundant natural resources. What is less known are some…

Summer Sizzler Aug. 8 at Yamaguchi Park

By Darren Lewis SUN Columnist The Community Center is hosting Summer Sizzler on Aug. 8 at Yamaguchi Park. Participants have the option of registering for ladder ball, bean bag toss,…

Tickets now on sale for Passport to Pagosa Wine and Food Festival

By Angela Wirth Special to The SUN Tickets are now on sale for the Passport to Pagosa Wine and Food Festival, which is part of the Pagosa Springs Chamber’s big…

Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame seeks remarkable women

By Peggy Gonder Special to The SUN The Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame is seeking nominations of outstanding women for the Class of 2016. Members of the Hall include singer…

Over 50 and ready to start a small business?

By Stanley Nakano Special to The SUN Entrepreneurs over the age of 50 are one of the fastest-growing groups of new business owners in the nation. For age 50-plus individuals, entrepreneurship…

Slots still available in certified nurse aide program

By Shannon Livick Special to The SUN You can become a certified nursing assistant in as little as seven weeks at Southwest Colorado Community College (SCCC). “This is a great…

Town’s lodgers’ tax code now has teeth

Anyone caught renting out his or her property to tourists without collecting and paying the necessary lodgers’ tax will now have more reason for concern since the Pagosa Springs Town…

Food pantry tackles food insecurity in Aspen Springs

By Casey Crow Staff Writer Three years ago, Amazing Grace Community Church, based in Aspen Springs, saw a need in the community to support food security. As a solution, they…

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