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Paddling their way to independence

Paddling their way to independence

Staff Writer It started with an idea. To one unfamiliar with the particulars, it might have seemed like a small idea. Something possibly quaint, cute. Something that someone might have…

Fulbright Scholarships available for Pagosa Springs area students to study at Globe Theater

The American Institute For Foreign Study (AIFS), a leading study abroad organization, is pleased to announce that its Shakespeare’s Globe Education Theater Program has been selected by the Fulbright Commission…

College scholarships available through LPEA

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN To assist high school seniors and their parents with the application process for college scholarships available through La Plata Electric Association (LPEA), the…

Pagosa students take a PAC trip to Grand Canyon

Pagosa students take a PAC trip to Grand Canyon

Staff Writer Sean Lee and Alijandra Calvillo, two students from the Pagosa Springs High School Pirate Achievement Center, recently joined their teacher, Marty Borges, in making a presentation to the…

G.O.A.L. Connections parent event

By Anne Grad Special to The PREVIEW On Jan. 10,  G.O.A.L. Academy will host a parent event at the Pagosa Springs drop-in center at 100 Country Center Drive, Suite K…

BoCC certifies mill levies, finalizes budget matters

Staff Writer In a quick, pre-holiday special meeting on Dec. 19, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners attended to several items of year-end and budgetary business, as well as…

How safe are our schools?

How safe are our schools?

Staff Writer The safety and security of local schools was not an issue on the agenda at the Dec. 20 town council meeting. However, in light of recent national events,…

Ed Center deals with diminished funding

Staff Writer Despite a request made by Archuleta County Education Center board member Dave Richardson on Nov. 21 for $25,000 to help fund the organization during the next year ($25,000…

All-expense-paid experience provides ‘leadership edge’ to high school juniors

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) invites high school juniors to participate in the Colorado Electric Education Institute Cooperative Youth Leadership Camp — an…

Help local school programs win grants, cast votes this week

By Joanne Irons Special to The SUN Teachers and parents give students the building blocks they need to learn and grow, but sometimes they can use a little outside help.…