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Life in the Legislature: Ellen Roberts announces resignation

By Ellen S. Roberts As of last week, my work on the wildfire matters and the water interim committees concluded and, for many legislators, the focus shifts to the elections…

‘Grounded’ goes beyond the blue

By Dale Scrivenger Special to The PREVIEW Award-winning playwright George Brant’s “Grounded” is a searing one-woman play which achieves many things, artistically and politically. It asks questions, it thrills with…

Obituary for Frederick Charles Harman, III

Obituary for Frederick Charles Harman, III

Fred was born in St. Joseph, Mo., on May 21, 1927, and passed into Eternal Life on October 10, 2016, at noon. He was the son of Fred C. Harman,…

Boys’ soccer against Crested Butte at 11 a.m. today in Pagosa

The time reported in this week’s SUN was incorrect. Today’s boys’  varsity soccer match against Crested Butte will be held at Golden Peaks Stadium at 11 a.m. today. The SUN…

Rotary’s ‘Jewels and Jeans’ Barn Dance Saturday

Rotary’s ‘Jewels and Jeans’ Barn Dance Saturday

By John Duvall Special to The PREVIEW Looking for a mid-October picker-upper? It’s your lucky week. How about danceable, put a zip-in-your-step country western music? Dazzling and semi-dazzling western outfits…

Rocky Mountain Health Plans coverage changes for individuals

By Claire Ninde Special to The SUN Local residents who have individual health insurance coverage from Rocky Mountain Health Plans (RMHP) have started receiving notices for RMHP’s discontinuation of individual…

Elementary school to host pirate-themed book fair, family night

Elementary school to host pirate-themed book fair, family night

By Lisa Scott Special to The SUN Bookaneer Book Fair — Where books are the treasure! will be running Oct. 17-28 during school hours in the Pagosa Springs Elementary School…

Don’t delay: Get your yearly flu shot by the end of October

Special to The SUN Now’s the time for Coloradans to get a flu shot to protect themselves against the seasonal virus. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends…

Main Street project seeks artists

By Rachel Novak Special to The SUN With such a rich and diverse history, the Town of Pagosa Springs is looking for creative artists to continue this tradition in our…

Teachers and Technology grant application process open

By Brandon Yergey Special to The SUN On Oct. 1, CenturyLink Inc. opened the application process for The CenturyLink Clarke M. Williams Foundation Teachers and Technology grant program. The full…