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The power of mentoring

By Christina Crain Special to The PREVIEW Mentor. What a powerful word. A mentor guarantees young people that there is someone who cares about them, assures them they are not…

Long legal battle over Village at Wolf Creek continues

By Jim Garrett Staff Writer The legal fight over the proposed Village at Wolf Creek produced another ruling in U.S. District Court in Denver last week, on Jan. 29. The…

Science fair judges needed

By Sheila Weahkee Special to The SUN San Juan BOCES is hosting the 58th annual San Juan Basin Regional Science Fair on Thursday, March 3, at the La Plata County…

Schanzenbaker running for re-election to Town Council

Schanzenbaker running for re-election to Town Council

As of Jan. 25, David Schanzenbaker is running unopposed for a seat on Town Council. Schanzenbaker currently holds an at-large seat on the Pagosa Springs Town Council and has lived…

CDOT updating transit funding distribution process, public comment sought

Special to The SUN The Colorado Department of Transportation’s (CDOT) Division of Transit and Rail (DTR) is seeking public comment on how federal transit funds are managed and distributed within…

Council member Alley running for re-election

Council member Alley running for re-election

Pagosa Springs Town Council member Clint Alley is running for re-election, unopposed, as of Jan. 25. Alley currently holds an at-large seat on the council and has lived in Pagosa…

Durango to Los Angeles direct flight service announced

By Anne Klein Special to The SUN On June 2, American Airlines will begin new nonstop Saturday service from Durango-La Plata County Airport to Los Angeles International Airport. The service…

FLC’s annual Latino College Day offers an inside look at college

By Mitchel Davis Special to The SUN Latino College Day at Fort Lewis College is the annual event that welcomes ninth- through 12th-grade Hispanic students and their families to campus…

Deadline extended for summer high school robotics apprenticeship

The deadline to apply for Adams State University’s High School Apprenticeship Research Program in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics has been extended to Feb. 15. Current high school juniors and seniors…

Biomass bill: A proactive approach to Colorado’s forest health

The 2016 legislative session is moving into full gear these days, with much of our time now being spent in committees as bills get their first hearing in front of…