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NightSong Trio to be featured musicians at Sunday Night Unplugged

NightSong Trio to be featured musicians at Sunday Night Unplugged

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW This Sunday evening at 5 p.m., St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church will feature the finely tuned talents of the NightSong Trio at Sunday Night…

Clara Irene Martinez

Clara Irene Martinez passed away, Sunday, May 6, in Pagosa Springs, surrounded by her family. She was 78 years old. Clara was born March 15, 1940, to Juan and Pablita…

Cynthia ‘Cyndie’ Redford Smith

Cynthia “Cyndie” Redford Smith passed away on May 6. She was born Aug. 30, 1963, to William “Willie” and Susanna Redford, of Tyler, Texas. Cyndie graduated from Robert E. Lee…

Next health and wellness event for seniors May 30

The Senior Center has a pilot program expanding health and wellness services to Archuleta County seniors. The program includes wellness and blood pressure monitoring, or allows individual area seniors to…

Law Enforcement Torch Run to support Special Olympics Colorado

By Roxanne Lattin Special to The SUN For the past two years, the Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office has participated in the annual Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Colorado…

Ann Rohrbacher’s birthday celebrated at Thingamajig Theatre’s ‘Proof’ opening

Ann Rohrbacher’s birthday celebrated at Thingamajig Theatre’s ‘Proof’ opening

By Carole Howard Special to The PREVIEW Thingamajig Theatre Company’s May 4 opening of “Proof” at the Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts began with a surprise birthday celebration for…

Semi roll results in sticky situation

By Avery Martinez Staff Writer A sticky situation saturated the Treasure Falls parking lot Tuesday when a semi carrying Mountain Dew spilled its carbonated payload across the lot. The full…

Is your business customer friendly?

Get ready, get set, here comes Pagosa’s busy visitor season. That means your business is expecting to see an uptick in customers, and customers are your most valuable asset. The…

Eligible Coloradans encouraged to apply for food assistance

By Nourie Boraie Special to The SUN The Colorado Department of Human Services (CDHS) announced recently that in 2017, the department reached more than 400,000 Coloradans through direct nutrition education…

CRIA Lecture Series continues with David Stuart presenting on May 10; 2018 season opens May 15

By Nadia Werby Special to The SUN On Thursday, May 10, the Chimney Rock Interpretive Association (CRIA) is proud to host a special presentation by David Stuart: “In Good Times…