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Lady Pirates state-bound

Lady Pirates state-bound

With a 23-0 record, the Pagosa Springs High School Lady Pirates are state-bound, while the Pirate boys fell just short of upsetting the state’s No. 1 3A boys’ team. The…

Final Whadyacallit Drag Wednesday set for March 9

By Audrey Layne Crocker Special to The PREVIEW The shoes are polished. The lashes are ready. The dresses have been chosen and the songs rehearsed. Beverly takes a deep breath…

Pirate basketball teams advance to Sweet 16

Pirate basketball teams advance to Sweet 16

Both the Pagosa Springs High School Pirate basketball teams defeated their respective opponents Friday night, advancing to Saturday’s Sweet 16 round of the state playoffs. The No. 1 Lady Pirates…

Seeds of Learning to present ‘How to Read to Your Child’

By Deb Jennings Special to The PREVIEW What strategies do I use when selecting a book to read to my child? What’s appropriate to read to my toddler, preschooler or…

Chamber membership: What’s in it for me?

Chamber directors all over the country are always asked, “What’s in it for me if I join the Chamber?” That’s not a pat or “one size fits all” answer. My…

‘Essentials for Thriving Nonprofits’ workshop scheduled for April 29

By Paige Elliott Special to The SUN Registration has opened for a professional development opportunity for nonprofit professionals in southwest Colorado. “Essentials for Thriving Nonprofits” will bring dynamic, professional speakers…

Colorado Youth Advisory Council provides perspective

The Colorado Youth Advisory Council (COYAC) met this past weekend, working hard on their policy recommendations to present to the legislature in another month. I’m the legislator co-chair of the…

Peace, love and books: Feel groovy at the Book Fair through March 10

Peace, love and books: Feel groovy at the Book Fair through March 10

By Lisa Scott Special to The PREVIEW The Feelin’ Groovy Book Fair — Peace, Love, Books! will be running through March 10 during school hours in the Pagosa Springs Elementary…

LEAP offers Coloradans 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…

Foster families needed in Archuleta County

Foster families needed in Archuleta County

Childhood is meant to be a time of exploration, curiosity, imagination and excitement, but for children escaping traumatic situations like neglect or abuse, there is one thing they need most…