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Fred Harman Art Museum hosting birthday open house Saturday

By Norma Harman Special to The PREVIEW The Fred Harman Art Museum will hold its annual open house to celebrate Fred’s 88th birthday on Saturday, May 23, from 10:30 a.m.…

Pagosa Springs History Museum opens for season with quilt show

Pagosa Springs History Museum opens for season with quilt show

In the tradition of Navajo storytellers, Susan Hudson, also known as Traditional Woman, honors her ancestors and her past through her stories. In addition to her beautiful oral stories, she…

Car Show winners announced

By Angela Wirth Special to The PREVIEW The weather may not have cooperated this past weekend, but the Pagosa Springs Chamber’s seventh annual Car Show at Pagosa still drew crowds…

Tipton to hold Pagosa Springs town hall meeting

By Josh Green Special to The SUN Constituents are invited to join Rep. Scott Tipton for a town hall meeting at the Ross Aragon Community Center, 451 Hot Springs Blvd.,…

Housing sales drive higher tax assessments

By Saul Rosenthal Special to The SUN As Colorado property owners receive their 2016 tax assessments this spring, they can point to a steady increase in the price of homes…

School district to net $344,000 in Secure Rural Schools funds

  rchuleta County, and therefore Archuleta School District 50 Jt., will likely see about $344,000 filter down from the federal government in the coming months as part of the Secure…

Honoring our service members on Memorial Day

By Marian Lark Special to The SUN On Memorial Day, we honor men and women who died while courageously serving in the U.S. military. We also recognize active duty service…

Head Start celebrates 50 years

Head Start celebrates 50 years

By Kristi Talamante Special to The SUN On Monday, May 18, the Mardel Gallegos Center Head Start celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Head Start program that was launched in…

‘Drive High, Get a DUI’ campaign underway

By Rob Madden Special to The SUN In 2014, the Colorado State Patrol saw a new era of impaired driving enter into our state. In an attempt to document the…

Arizona man rescued after hours atop Wolf Creek Pass

An unidentified Arizona man was rescued after spending several hours in the snow atop Wolf Creek Pass Saturday night and Sunday morning. The 65-year-old man had apparently gone out looking…