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Groups work together to buy 64 ukuleles for school

Groups work together to buy 64 ukuleles for school

By Lisa Scott Special to The SUN “Viva la musica! Making music brings us together,” penned Sierra. “I thank you for the ukuleles because other kids don’t get to do…

Volunteers collect nearly 1,800 pounds of food for food banks

Volunteers collect nearly 1,800 pounds of food for food banks

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN Responding to community needs, the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW Local 111 Unit 26A), of La Plata Electric Association (LPEA), gathered 1,780…

Thingamajig Theatre Company announces winter shows

By Audrey Crocker Special to The PREVIEW One by one, they land and one of the amazing Thingamajig Theatre Company volunteers picks them up. With bright faces and curious hearts,…

Construction on new clinic slated for spring

Last Tuesday, Nov. 17, the Upper San Juan Health Service District (USJHSD) held their regular meeting, during which the board of directors unanimously approved the construction of a $12 million…

Officials seek information on burglary, trespass incidents

Officials seek information on  burglary, trespass incidents

Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office personnel are seeking information on a pair of incidents that occurred recently in the county — one involving burglary and the other involving criminal mischief and…

Town faces lawsuit over executive session

A local resident has filed a complaint in District Court against the Town of Pagosa Springs alleging that the town violated Colorado Open Meetings Law in a Sept. 17 executive…

La Plata Electric announces rate class adjustments

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN During its regular monthly board meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 18, The La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) Board of Directors proposed approval for a…

A Safe Place in Pagosa on its way to making Aspen House a reality

A Safe Place in Pagosa on its way  to making Aspen House a reality

By Cindi Galabota Special to The SUN A Safe Place in Pagosa Inc. (ASPIP) is pleased to announce that it recently received its nonprofit status, meaning its 501(c)(3) application was…

Support the work of Chimney Rock Interpretive Association for Colorado Gives Day Dec. 8

By Danyelle Leentjes Special to The PREVIEW The Chimney Rock Interpretive Association (CRIA) invites the public to support its efforts to provide a meaningful, enjoyable educational experience through interpretive tours…

Strategic planning training coming to Durango Dec. 16

By Emma Missey Special to The PREVIEW The Community Resource Center (CRC) would like to invite all executive directors and nonprofit board members in the southwest region to register for…