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Rodeo to feature two concerts during holiday

Rodeo to feature two concerts during holiday

By Lisa Scott Special to The PREVIEW Carolina brothers Ryan and Justin Harris are quickly developing into one of the hottest stage shows in the music business. Backed by a…

Rotary Club supports young scientists

Rotary Club supports young scientists

By John Duvall Special to The SUN On one cold winter day, students in J. D. Kurz’s science class at Pagosa Springs High School were kneeling beside the San Juan…

A graduation gift … and more

A graduation gift … and more

Staff Writer Most teenagers would love to get a car for graduation. Most don’t. But one recent Pagosa Springs High School graduate got just that — and more. 2013 PSHS…

Committees get together to work together

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer In light of recent events concerning Reservoir Hill and the special election to change the Pagosa Springs Home Rule Charter, town council decided to hold…

Patriot’s Day Celebration to feature GOP notables

Patriot’s Day Celebration to feature GOP notables

By Sandy Artzbarger Special to The SUN There will be a unique opportunity that only a small town can offer at the ACRW annual Patriot’s Day Celebration Saturday, June 22.…

Four students attend Rotary Youth Leadership program

Four students attend Rotary Youth Leadership program

By Jacqueline Garcia, Kaycee Bennett, Marissa Talamante and Ben Miller Special to The SUN When we individually applied for the Rotary Youth Leadership Award, none of us knew what we…

McLachlan discusses first session in House

Staff Writer Mike McLachlan, the freshman state representative from District 59, after his tumultuous first legislative session, paid a visit to Pagosa Springs last weekto conduct a town hall-style meeting…

School district leadership lacks vision

Staff Writer The Archuleta School District Board of Education late last year asked Bob Lynch to figure a way to get the community more involved in improving local schools, and…

GOAL Academy holds graduation in Pueblo

On June 8, The Colorado State Fair Events Center in Pueblo, Colorado was the home to the GOAL Academy Class of 2013 Graduation Ceremony. GOAL Academy hosted graduates and their…

County receives grant, will expand recycling, increase revenues

Staff Writer With an agreement approved on Tuesday, Archuleta County is one step closer to expanding its recycling facility. The agreement, with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment…