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WHIPS to hold June luncheon

By Lauri Ricky Special to The PREVIEW Women Helping In Pagosa Springs (WHIPS) will have its June luncheon at 11:15 a.m. on Tuesday, June 24, at the River Sports Bar…

Relay for Life schedule of events

By Jeanette Bean Special to The PREVIEW The American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life of Archuleta County will be held tonight, Friday, June 20, at Golden Peaks Stadium on the…

13,000-acre thin and burn proposed

Staff Writer The Columbine Ranger District is proposing thinning and using a prescribed burn across 13,646 acres in the HD Mountains west of Bayfield, including the Sauls Creek, Armstrong Canyon…

Town to receive sales tax directly from state

Staff Writer The distribution of sales tax from the Colorado Department of Revenue to Archuleta County and the Town of Pagosa Springs will soon be amended, with an intergovernmental agreement…

Helen Keller would have appreciated Social Security’s efforts

By Nicole Tiggemann Special to The SUN June 27 is Helen Keller Day, a commemorative holiday established by President Jimmy Carter in 1980 on her 100th birthday. The first deaf…

Fourth-quarter middle school honor roll announced

By Jenifer Pitcher Special to The SUN The following students made Pagosa Springs Middle School’s fourth-quarter Honor Roll: Nicole Bartz, Tyler Bowdridge, Tristin Bowman, Chloe Bridges, Rose Buck, Aidan Carnrite,…

Roberts: Rubberstamping bills is ‘unacceptable’

The legislative session has been out for little over a month and it’s terrific to be home. I’ve already been to lots of meetings and activities in the district to…

Summer solicitors: What to watch for with door-to-door

By Stephanie Carroll Carson Special to The PREVIEW Warmer weather comes along with summer, and so do the door-to-door solicitors. While many operate fairly and honestly, there are ways to…

Town Council lets the sun shine in

Staff Writer Things are starting to change around here. Since Pagosa Springs Mayor Don Volger took over the reins from former mayor Ross Aragon, each town council meeting now begins…

Rural Philanthropy Days by the numbers

Staff Writer Southwest Rural Philanthropy Days took place in Pagosa Springs June 11-13, allowing funders from the Front Range and eastern Colorado to spend time with nonprofit and government agencies…