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Navajo State Park offering beginning archery class for kids

By Joe Lewandowski Special to The SUN Navajo State Park will hold an introductory archery class for kids ages 8-12 from 9 a.m.-noon on Saturday, May 31, at the Sambrito…

Japanese-style painting classes offered at Navajo State Park

By Joe Lewandowski Special to The SUN Novice and experienced artists of all ages are invited to learn about the unique art form of Japanese fish painting known as Gyotaku…

Lynch unseats Fox in LPEA director elections

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN Proving once again that every vote counts, results of director elections in three of four districts of La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) were…

Summer school credit recovery program

By Tod Lokey Special to The SUN The Southwest Colorado eSchool (SWCeS) is offering a summer school credit recovery program for students in grades 7-12. The program will run June…

High School science lab

High School science lab

Photo courtesy Lisa Scott School is drawing to a close, but students are still busy with classwork and labs. High school students in J.D. Kurz’s physical science class are working…

High School Music Department Trophies

High School Music Department Trophies

Photo courtesy Dan Burch The Pagosa Springs High School music department brings home trophies for all three of their performing groups from the weekend’s Music in the Parks Competition in…

Elementary chess tournament results announced

Elementary chess tournament results announced

By Cindy Halverson Special to The SUN Fourteen students participated in the annual Pagosa Springs Elementary School chess tournament on Friday, May 9. Everyone involved played well and received a…

Something for everyone at Fire Safety Fair

By Marie Fichtelman Special to The PREVIEW May is Wildfire Prevention Month in southwest Colorado, and with good reason. Just consider the thousands of acres we’ve seen burn in the…

PAWSD water loss update

Staff Writer Water loss is up “about twenty gallons a minute,” reported PAWSD Manager Ed Winton to the district’s board May 14. Winton informed the board that Wachs Water Services…

County extends marijuana moratorium

Staff Writer With possible approval of an ordinance regulating marijuana businesses just around the corner, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners extended the county’s moratorium on retail marijuana businesses…