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Southern Ute Indian Tribe files challenge to BLM’s hydraulic fracturing rule

By Sacha Smith Special to The SUN The Southern Ute Indian Tribe filed suit last week in the United States District Court in Denver against the Department of the Interior,…

Yellow Jacket and First Notch areas being prepared this summer for fall burning

By Ann Bond Special to The SUN Columbine Ranger District fire crews will be preparing control lines this summer for upcoming prescribed burns this fall in the Yellow Jacket and…

San Juan National Forest firefighters responding to lightning ignition east of Vallecito Reservoir

Columbine Ranger District firefighters are responding to a lightning strike ignition about 2-1/2 miles east of Vallecito Reservoir on the San Juan National Forest. The Trap Fire was reported at…

Walmart appeals determination on parking lot lights

The Pagosa Springs Board of Adjustments will conduct a public hearing next Tuesday, June 30, to consider an appeal from Walmart Real Estate Business Trust regarding Town Planner James Dickhoff’s…

Sheriff’s Office looking to keep employees, make fewer transport trips

The Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office is doing some shuffling around in an attempt to avoid laying off detention center staff following the April flooding that closed the Archuleta County Detention…

New project to ease traffic flow at Navajo State Park

By Colorado Parks and Wildlife Special to The SUN A construction project to improve traffic flow inside Navajo State Park started recently and will continue through the summer. Construction crews…

Chromo man takes part in humanitarian mission

Chromo man  takes part in  humanitarian  mission

Imagine hundreds of people lined up, politely waiting for what many in the U.S. would consider to be basic health care and basic services — general surgery, opthalmology, dentistry, veterinary…

Endurance athletes, get ready for the Dirty Du

By Carmen Hubbs Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Duathlon has a race anyone can do, from seasoned athletes to race newbies. Saturday, July 11, is the ninth annual Pagosa…

Red Ryder Roundup celebrates 66 years of rodeo in Pagosa

Red Ryder Roundup celebrates 66 years of rodeo in Pagosa

By Lisa Scott Special to The SUN Sixty-six years. The Red Ryder Roundup Rodeo began in Pagosa Springs in 1949 and has been a town and rodeo tradition ever since.…

Print it! Printmaking week at Hands-On Arts Camp

Print it! Printmaking week at Hands-On Arts Camp

By Lisa Brown and Tessie Garcia Special to The PREVIEW For 21 years, we have been providing fun, nurturing and creative art experiences. Hands-On Arts Camp is an established summer…