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Pair of Pirate games cancelled

Those looking to watch the Pagosa Springs High School Pirate sports teams in action at home this weekend will be disappointed. Following the cancellation of Friday afternoon’s soccer game due…

Escondido Fire 100 percent contained, Edith Fire 90 percent contained, winds subside

Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office Director of Emergency Operations Mike Le Roux reported this morning that the Escondido Fire on County Road 500 was cleared last night around 10 p.m. The…

Sunday Night Unplugged to feature cello and piano duo

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW Many have said that, of all the instruments in the orchestra, the cello speaks to them most closely. The deep resonant tones of…

Luminosity Talks to present ‘Tapping into Emotional Freedom’

By Elizabeth Coleman Special to The PREVIEW Luminosity Talks is pleased to present Elizabeth Coleman, RN, MPH, RCST, who will discuss and demonstrate the simple process of basic emotional freedom…

Prescribed burns planned for Turkey Springs/Brockover Mesa and First Fork areas on the Pagosa Ranger District

By Cam Hooley Special to The SUN The Pagosa Ranger District is planning to burn approximately 400 acres in the Turkey Springs/Brockover Mesa areas northwest of Pagosa Springs. Operations were…

Free books for 4-year-olds at your library

For the seventh year, libraries across Colorado are giving a free paperback book to every 4-year-old in the state from April 9-23 as part of a special family literacy project.…

Help raise education funds with Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership’s film festival

By Sally High Special to The PREVIEW Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership (GGP) teaches youth classes each week in the Education Dome in Centennial Park. GGP’s environmental educators are also designing adult…

Downed power lines spark two fires

Area personnel are dealing with two fires in Archuleta County that were started by power lines that were downed due to high winds. One of the fires is along County…

Fire sparked from downed power line, widespread power outages reported

Increasing high winds throughout the region are now causing damage to La Plata Electric Association’s distribution system. At this writing, widespread outages are reported, with some 780 customers out of…

Reading pals at Seeds of Learning a monthly treat

Reading pals at Seeds of Learning a monthly treat

By Melissa Bailey Special to The PREVIEW They sit on the floor, snuggle on couches and curl up on laps. Fascinated children at Seeds of Learning listen intently while a…