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What the stats say about your library

Annually at this time of year, Meg Wempe, library director, prepares an annual report for the library’s board of trustees summarizing the highlights of the past year. The information also…

Volunteers needed at Chimney Rock National Monument

By Nadia Werby Special to The PREVIEW It takes more than 80 volunteers to operate the interpretive program at Chimney Rock National Monument. While there are paid staff members, it…

Come home to Siberia at the Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts

By Dale Scrivenger Special to The PREVIEW A fresh spin on small-town living turns local traditions on their head in the Thingamajig Theatre Company world premiere production of “Welcome to…

Public Meetings

The following meetings are subject to change. Friday, Feb. 16 Pagosa Peak Open School Board of Directors work session and regular meeting. 3 p.m. work session, 4 p.m. regular meeting,…

Pagosa Springs Middle School announces second quarter honor roll

By Anjelica Gallegos Special to The SUN The following fifth-grade students made Pagosa Springs Middle School’s (PSMS) second-quarter Honor Roll with a perfect 4.0 GPA: Rylie Carr, Naomi Grimes, Bella…

Broadband, protective order bills discussed by legislature

I want to start this column to my constituents by thanking you for all of your support. Since my last column, I have received letters, calls and comments all in…

Are we ready for a dramatic change in science standards?

Remember “Common Core?” That term first appeared in 2010. It referred, at that time, to the controversial math and English language arts standards that Colorado, along with 41 other states,…

Diversity contributes to state’s growth

Like the parable of the blind men describing an elephant, it’s easy to forget that not everyone in our state is surrounded by the rugged mountains, green fields, charming small…

Innovative industry grant pays up to $5,000 per intern hired

The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment is offering a summer intern program to businesses in an innovative industry. These industries include manufacturing, bioscience, construction, electronics, energy and natural resources,…

Medina announces commissioner campaign

Medina announces commissioner campaign

Veronica Medina has announced her campaign for Archuleta County Commissioner, District 3. “I would like to play a key role in making our county an even better place,” Medina wrote…