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Elementary school to host book fair

By Lisa Scott Special to The PREVIEW Pagosa Springs Elementary School will host the Scholastic Book Fair Nov. 11-21 during school hours in the school library. Families, teachers and community…

Comments sought on year-round activities at ski areas on public lands

Staff Writer The United States Forest Service (USFS) published a notice in the federal register Saturday, Oct. 2, seeking public comment on drafted and proposed rule changes to criteria used…

PAC kayak goes on tour

PAC kayak goes on tour

By Taylor Webster Special to The SUN I am a student at Pagosa Springs High School, in the Pirate Achievement Center (PAC), a program where kids can work at their…

School board meeting features noise, confusion and conflict

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer The Archuleta School District Board of Education held a special meeting Tuesday night, and while the discussion turned out to be rather mundane, the timing…

Free showing of acclaimed documentary

By Jean Strahlendorf Special to The PREVIEW On Friday, Nov. 8, “The House I Live In,” one of the most acclaimed documentaries of 2012, will be shown free of charge…

John Salazar to address high school FBLA chapter

By Zach Ellis Special to The SUN John Salazar, commissioner of the Colorado Department of Agriculture, has graciously accepted an invitation to serve as keynote speaker at the Future Business…

Students take inaugural field trip to Moab

Students take inaugural field trip to Moab

Staff Writer Eighth-grade students at Pagosa Springs Middle School took the first of hopefully many class trips to Moab, Utah, Oct. 8-10. The SUN caught up with school principal Chris…

Pagosans receive Fort Lewis College Foundation scholarships

By Mitch Davis Special to The SUN The Fort Lewis College Foundation holds and administers over 70 donor scholarships with varied criteria based on merit, need, passion, goals, and accomplishments.…

School board considers safety issues

Staff Writer In preparation for next month’s election, the four candidates campaigning for two open seats on the Archuleta School District’s Board of Education were recently featured in a series…

Kurt-Mason named Teacher of the Year

Kurt-Mason named Teacher of the Year

Staff Writer Mary Kurt-Mason, Special Talents teacher at Pagosa Springs High School, officially received one of six PEOPLE Magazine Teacher of the Year awards yesterday for her unique and inspiring…