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Natural gas cost to rise Nov. 1

By Aaron Owens Special to The SUN SourceGas Distribution LLC has filed its annual Gas Cost Adjustment (GCA) with the Colorado Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) for its southwestern Colorado service…

Town to vote on vacating alley right of way

Under old business on the agenda for today’s town council meeting is the second reading of an ordinance that will, if passed, give the right of way for a portion…

Learn to perfectly preserve food at home

By Terry Schaaf Special to The PREVIEW Don’t miss this opportunity to learn up-to-date recommendations of how to preserve food safely at home. Apples will be the main topic, but…

CSP seeking info on fatal hit-and-run

Colorado State Patrol personnel are still seeking information regarding an early morning hit-an-run that occurred on U.S. 160 near Trails Boulevard on Oct. 17. Specifically, CSP Trooper Jonathan Silver said the…

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

By Flannery O’Neil Special to The PREVIEW This October, San Juan Basin Health is proud to participate in National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Breast cancer is the second leading cause…

League of Women Voters to hold candidate forum

By Mary Beth McAuley Special to The SUN The League of Women Voters will host a House District 59 Candidate Forum on Wednesday, Oct. 22, at 6 p.m. at the…

Victim in Friday hit-and-run identified

The man killed in a Friday morning hit-and-run has been identified, but Colorado State Patrol personnel are still seeking information about the vehicle that struck and killed the man. On…

Colorado State Patrol seeking info on fatal accident

Colorado State Patrol personnel are seeking information about a fatal hit and run that was reported early this morning, Friday, Oct. 17. According to Trooper Jonathan Silver, a pedestrian was crossing U.S.…

October: Busy astronomical month with lunar eclipse, solar eclipse and a visible comet

October: Busy astronomical month with lunar eclipse, solar eclipse and a visible comet

By Jerry Granok Special to The PREVIEW Did you see the total lunar eclipse? In the early morning hours of Wednesday, Oct. 8, there was a lunar eclipse that occurred…

October is National Women’s Small Business Month

By Matt Varilek Special to The SUN Women-owned small businesses are changing the face of entrepreneurship in America. According to the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO), over 9.1…