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Charter school discusses project-based learning training

At a special board meeting on Jan. 11, the Pagosa Peak Open School (PPOS) board discussed project-based learning training to be conducted by Angela Crossland. The full version of this story…

Cellphone-free environment works for Durango school

“It’s just common sense.” How many times have you heard this phrase and thought, “If only more people would just use common sense?” I was thinking that during a conversation…

Following his death, Wolf Creek Ski Area to continue running business Pitch’s way

Following his death, Wolf Creek Ski Area to continue running business Pitch’s way

Pagosa Country might be largely different today had a man and his wife not purchased an unprofitable Wolf Creek Ski Area decades ago and turned it around. The full version…

CDC seeks broadband project coordinator

During the Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation (CDC) board of directors’ regular meeting on Jan. 10, Board President Jason Cox gave an update regarding the community’s broadband situation. The full…

Costs for school facility plans outlined

Committee, board aim for BEST grant deadline, community meetings today At two separate meetings this week, the Archuleta School District (ASD) Board of Education (BOE) and Planning Assistance Team (PAT) were…

Big shopping day for Big Brothers Big Sisters

Big shopping day for  Big Brothers Big Sisters

Students enrolled in the Big Brothers Big Sisters High School Bigs Program take a trip to buy some toys with deputies from the Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday afternoon.…

Pagosa Springs Medical Center to host 10th anniversary community open house

By Jesse Hensle Special to The SUN The Pagosa Springs Medical Center (PSMC) will host a community open house Thursday, Jan. 18, from 5 to 7 p.m. at PSMC. The…

THRIVE open house set for Jan. 21

By Marcy Mitchell Special to The PREVIEW On Sunday, Jan. 21, THRIVE will commemorate National Sanctity of Human Life Sunday to raise awareness about the incomparable worth of every human…

Navigating Medicare: Medicare 101 session set for Jan. 18

By Christina Knoell Special to The PREVIEW Medicare is complicated. It is important that you know your rights, options, deadlines, possible penalties and where to find the information you need.…

Safe food handler class offered to Loaves and Fishes volunteers

By Nancy Crouse Special to The SUN Loaves and Fishes of Archuleta County will be hosting a safe food handler class to all who volunteer at the Thursday meal. The…