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Habitat for Humanity steps up to new levels

Habitat for Humanity steps up to new levels

By Larry Bogard Special to The SUN Since moving to Pagosa three years ago, my wife and I have not heard a lot from Habitat for Humanity of Archuleta County,…

Detention officer training held in Archuleta County

Detention officer training held in Archuleta County

Staff Writer For the first time in recent memory, every detention officer working in the Archuleta County Detention Center is POST-certified (Peace Officer Standards and Training) in detention skills, following…

School of Mines field camp ends with presentations

Staff Writer Students and staff from the Colorado School of Mines, after spending two weeks conducting geophysical studies in a variety of locations, finished their Field Camp in Pagosa Springs…

CDC continues series on renewable energy

By Muriel Eason Special to The SUN The Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation (PSCDC) meets Monday, June 3, at 5:30 p.m. at the Quality Resort and continues its spring/summer series…

Eddie Oldham Memorial Scholarships awarded

By Lisa Scott Special to The SUN Two Pagosa Springs High School graduates are this year’s recipients of the Eddie Oldham Memorial Scholarship. Kaylee Fitzwater and Elle McGinn have each…

From passion to production: the courage to emerge

SUN Columnist Has anyone said to you, “What a great salsa, bread, dressing, soap, quilt, purse (fill in the blank), you should market this product?” Have you thought of turning…

Ride the Rockies arrives June 11

By Mary Jo Coulehan Special to The PREVIEW Pagosa’s population will swell by about 2,500 people as cyclists and their support teams arrive on Tuesday, June 11, for the 2013…

The lessons of Little Sand, a year later

By Melissa Stedman and Randi Pierce Staff Writers Just over one year ago, on May 13, 2012, a lightning strike ignited a fire in the Piedra area northwest of Pagosa…

How to keep kids safe on the Internet

Parents of yesteryear seldom had to worry about protecting their kids from strangers once their kids were safely inside the home. But since the dawn of the Internet, parents know…

Vocal Scholarships

Vocal Scholarships

Photo courtesy Betty Schwicker Vocal scholarships were presented to Tai Gallegos (center left) and Johannah Laverty by the Pagosa Springs Community Choir. Also pictured are Dan Burch, director of the…