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Town election today

Staff Writer Today, April 8, is the deadline to submit ballots for the Pagosa Springs municipal election. They need to be turned in at the official polling place located in…

Photographing canyon country

By Steve Merchant Special to The PREVIEW Photo courtesy Andy Butler This month’s Photography Club program is titled “Photographing Utah’s Canyon Country — Off the Beaten Path,” and will be…

Homemakers to craft pillows, quilts and blankets

By Denny Rose Special to The PREVIEW All area women are invited to come have lunch, visit and work with other women to create pillows, quilts and blankets at the…

San Juan Flyers host open house Saturday

By Anne Kautzky Special to The PREVIEW Now is the time of year that the weather turns our thoughts to the outdoors and eyes skyward to focus on accomplishing long-awaited…

Filing an error-free income tax return means a quicker refund

Special to The SUN Each year, thousands of Colorado state tax returns contain errors or omissions that delay tax refunds. Taxpayers can easily avoid delays by filing their Colorado income…

Prepare your home for sale this spring

By Tyrone Adams Special to The SUN Spring is traditionally the time of year many people begin plans to either sell or buy a home. In the weeks ahead you…

Coloradans encouraged to check for unclaimed tax refunds

By Kristin Lynch Special to The SUN Colorado U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet is encouraging thousands of Coloradans to claim $14 million in tax refunds from 2010 before it’s too late.…

Developments are more than benign neglect

Last week saw some serious bumps in the road that didn’t bode well for rural Colorado. Repeatedly it’s been stated this year that there’s no war on rural Colorado, that…

Today’s snowpack is tomorrow’s water

Sen. Bennet’s Report Nothing beats a week of gray skies and stuffy suits in Washington like a sunny day in Colorado’s high country. A few weeks ago, I was lucky…

Facing the realities of high-deductible insurance

By Trudy Lieberman Special to The SUN Pat Mallett, a self-employed businessman in Littleton, Colo., had heard a lot about Obamacare and thought that a policy available in the new…