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Lifelong Learning Lecture Series resumes

By Meg Wempe Special to The PREVIEW We at the library are excited to share the details of this fall’s Lifelong Learning lecture series. As you may know, this twice-yearly…

6th Street remains closed until Friday

Bob Hart of Hart Construction reported today, Monday, that 6th Street will remain closed until Friday in order to finish the ramp structure on the north end of the new…

Audubon group to hear about climate change’s impact on birds

By Becky Herman Special to The PREVIEW On Wednesday, Oct. 15, at 6:30 p.m. in the senior dining room of the Community Center, there will be a regular monthly meeting…

Native American flute artist to play for Sunday Night Unplugged

Native American flute artist to play for Sunday Night Unplugged

As Pagosa’s summer months turn to the golden radiance of fall, Sunday Night Unplugged will celebrate the changing of the seasons this Sunday evening at 5 p.m. with the beautiful…

Region 9 announces new board members

By Terry Blair-Burton Special to The SUN The Region 9 Economic Development District of Southwest Colorado announced that Lana Hancock, Larry Don Suckla and Clint Alley recently joined its board…

Health district board approves loan for equipment

In a special meeting held Oct. 3, the board of the Upper San Juan Health Service District voted to take out a $500,000 loan to acquire additional equipment and make…

Chromo post office reduces hours

Richard “Dick” Neyen Sr., referred to by many as the unofficial mayor of Chromo, retired last week after 16 years as the Chromo postmaster. In a phone interview with SUN…

Addressing Colorado’s childhood obesity epidemic

By Stephanie Carson Special to The SUN Obesity is on the rise in Colorado’s youngest citizens. In the past four decades, childhood obesity has tripled in the state and Renee…

Wolf Creek Pass tunnel gets new LED lighting, paint

Wolf Creek Pass tunnel gets new LED lighting, paint

By Nancy Shanks Special to The SUN The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) has a project underway to replace the existing lighting in the U.S. 160 Wolf Creek Pass tunnel…

DORA reduces fees for electrical and plumbing inspections in response to growing demand

By Cory Everett Special to The SUN The Colorado Division of Professions and Occupations, a division of the Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA), announced a substantial reduction in electrical and…