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Peg Forrest named as keynote speaker for Pagosa Christian Women’s Retreat

By Denise McCabe Special to The PREVIEW The 37th annual Pagosa Christian Women’s Retreat will be held again this year at Sonlight Camp. We are privileged this year to have…

Cowboy Jubilee western concert to offer musical tales of the old west

Cowboy Jubilee western concert to offer musical tales of the old west

By Linda Parker Special to The PREVIEW The wagon was packed with all it would hold of the family’s dearest possessions. Each child was allowed one item to take on…

Interested in Rotary? Learn more at Sept. 14 open house

Interested in Rotary?  Learn more at Sept. 14 open house

By John Duvall Special to The PREVIEW Meeting some really interesting people you might not meet otherwise and having an effective avenue to give something back to your community —…

Texas woman drowned in Lake Pagosa Thursday

An Austin, Texas woman drowned in Lake Pagosa Thursday morning, Sept. 10. Pamela Lawrence, 48, was on vacation when she experienced a severe asthma attack while on an inflatable watercraft…

Sunday Night Unplugged to feature Divertimento String Quartet

Sunday Night Unplugged to feature Divertimento String Quartet

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW What better way to rest from your labors than to sit in a beautiful worship space, surrounded by floor to ceiling windows that…

Golf women choose education group as 2016 charity

By Carole Howard Special to The SUN Pagosa Springs Women’s Golf Association (PSWGA) members have voted FACE (Foundation for Archuleta County Education) as their 501(c)(3) charity for next year’s Pine…

Breaking down Archuleta School District’s strategic framework

The school year is off to an energetic start this week and, as parents and students move into new routines for the school year, The SUN is continuing its series…

Solarize Archuleta County to kick off with informational meeting

By Lynnzie Sutton Special to The SUN Have you ever wanted to find out more about solar energy for your home, but thought it might cost too much or you…

Get involved in water plans: Final public comments due Sept. 17

By Denise Rue-Pastin Special to The SUN The people of Southwest Colorado have the rare opportunity to participate in a process to help frame the water future for southwest Colorado…

Water storage should be No. 1 priority

Water makes Colorado green, not only through irrigation provided by farmers, ranchers and others, but also as the primary economic driver of tourism, agriculture, recreation, and, if you think about…