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Paul Roberts and Jessica Peterson to bring Celtic music to Sunday Night Unplugged

By Jessica Peterson Special to The PREVIEW My husband and I have a favorite ritual: Sunday Night Unplugged. We’ve come to rely on it every month. Hearing the music, unwinding…

Sisters in Song Women’s Chorus to begin rehearsals

By Linda Parker Special to The PREVIEW Are you tired of the cold weather and shoveling snow? Well, come sing your troubles away and join the Sisters in Song community…

Calling all musicians: Community Band to start rehearsals

By Heidi Tanner Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs Community Band will be beginning rehearsals for the Spring Band-O-Rama concert this coming Sunday, March 12. If you play a…

19th Hole Concert Series grant application now open

By Paige Elliott Special to The PREVIEW The application for the 19th Hole Concert Series at the Pagosa Springs Golf Club has opened for its second year. The deadline to…

School land: Board asked for action on 2.2 acres

With Archuleta School District’s (ASD) master planning process still underway, progress on a proposed downtown housing development has slowed, with that project’s developers still awaiting an answer to their request…

How do you define ‘affordable’ in affordable housing?

If you have limited income or other financial resources to spend, and have been looking for housing in Pagosa Springs or elsewhere in Archuleta County, expansion of the local housing…

LEAP offers more than just help with home heating bills

By Michele Worthington Special to The SUN The Low-income Energy Assistance Program’s (LEAP) primary mission of helping Coloradans pay winter home heating costs is complemented by two crucial programs: the…

School’s Proud Partners Program seeking volunteers

By Mary Jo Coulehan Special to The SUN In November and December of 2016, the Pagosa Springs business community was given the opportunity to complete a 2017 Economic Outlook Survey…

Dinosaur school helps children strengthen skills

Dinosaur school helps children strengthen skills

By Allyson Jones Special to The SUN Dinosaur school. What? Are we teaching dinosaurs? No. Dinosaur school is a premier program through the Incredible Years Curriculum to help children using…

LPEA announces unclaimed capital credits available

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) is seeking members, or former members, who are due to receive capital credits refund monies. The full version…