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Civil engineering scholarships available

By Angie Boyer Special to The SUN SGM, a civil engineering, surveying and consulting firm headquartered in Glenwood Springs, awards up to five scholarships in the amount of $1,000 each…

PSHS student wins trip to Washington, D.C.

PSHS student wins trip to Washington, D.C.

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN Pagosa Springs High School student Adeline Thompson has been selected to represent La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) as part of the National Rural…

After-school tutoring thriving at middle school

After-school tutoring thriving at middle school

By Lynn Rose Special to The SUN The after-school tutoring program at Pagosa Springs Middle School has been active and well-attended since the start of the school year, but there…

Seeds closes toddler program, expands pre-K

By Dee McPeek Special to The SUN Over the past several months, Seeds of Learning has made several unsuccessful attempts to hire required staff for its toddler room. This has…

Americana Project students reflect on The Song Academy for Youth

Americana Project students reflect on The Song Academy for Youth

By Sydnee Dreyer, Andrew Grant, Alma Sigurdsson and Isabella Mijares Special to The SUN On March 3, four students and teacher Bob Hemenger from the Pagosa Springs High School Americana…

High school library encyclopedias headed on mission to Africa

High school library encyclopedias headed on mission to Africa

By Nancy Burke Special to The SUN Recently, Nancy Burke, who is preparing for a five-week mission trip to Africa, was on the hunt for sets of encyclopedias. Thanks to…

Reading to your child offers many benefits

Reading to your child offers many benefits

By Deb Jennings Special to The PREVIEW “Read to your child every day.” These are the words of Leah Leger, youth services librarian at the Ruby M. Sisson Library, in…

‘Visualizing History’ presentation to consider transforming written narrative through visual media

By Julie Tapley-Booth Special to The SUN The Center of Southwest Studies at Fort Lewis College invites the public to “Visualizing History: Writing Historical Narratives with Computer-Aided Design Modeling” with…

School board seeks public opinion on budget priorities

By Leah Ballard Staff Writer The Archuleta School District (ASD) Board of Education held two work sessions to hear budget priorities — one to hear from the public on March…

April 1 deadline for student leadership scholarships

By Roberta Tolan Special to The SUN The Pagosa Springs Rotary Club seeks nominations for the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) Scholarships. RYLA is a program that provides professional leadership…