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Unserviceable flags being collected

By Roy Vega Special to The PREVIEW American Legion Mullins-Nickerson Post 108 is collecting unserviceable American and Colorado flags for proper retirement and disposal. Flags in unserviceable condition should be…

Race Above Violence at the Pagosa Duathlon Saturday

By Ashley Wilson Special to The PREVIEW The 11th annual Pagosa Duathlon is so much more than a race. While people of all ages and abilities come out to challenge…

GGP to host native plants workshop Saturday

By Keith Bruno Special to The PREVIEW This Saturday, July 8, the GGP’s (Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership) Lifelong Learning Workshop Series will continue with a two-part native plants-focused theme. From 10…

‘Big River’ at Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts

By Cynda Green Special to The PREVIEW The (seven) Tony Awards-winning musical “Big River,” based on Mark Twain’s “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn,” opens this Saturday at Pagosa Springs Center…

Register now for Friday’s Medicare 101 class

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

Colorado Department of Human Services celebrates five years of data-driven government

Special to The SUN The Colorado Department of Human Services (CDHS) is celebrating five years of improved services to Coloradans through C-Stat, a performance management approach that allows CDHS to…

State health department publishes school and child care vaccination and exemption rates

Special to The SUN The state has a new way for parents and guardians to look up vaccination and vaccine exemption rates for their children’s school or child care facility.…

Time to register for pee-wee and youth soccer

By Darren Lewis SUN Columnist The Pagosa Springs Recreation Department is accepting youth soccer registrations for ages 5-12 through Aug. 4. The full version of this story is available in…

Beware of lightning, even while indoors

Special to The SUN Statistics tell us that we are much less likely to become a lightning strike victim if we are inside a substantial structure such as a home…

School board considers altering graduation requirements

At its June meeting, the Archuleta School District Board of Education heard several proposed policies, including one that would alter the graduation requirements at Pagosa Springs High School (PSHS). The…