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Empowerment pizza party, health events and more

Do you know about the new Medicare cards? Have you figured out how to read your Medicare Summary Notice? Do you understand what SMP is? To learn more, community members…

How to make reading a family activity

With the ongoing demands of parenthood, it’s easy to forget that if you want your children to be excited about reading, they should see that you are also. Here are…

Town planning commission to consider comprehensive plan March 27

The Pagosa Springs Planning Commission will be considering whether to recommend approval of a revised comprehensive plan to the town council during a meeting on March 27. The commission could…

Empowerment pizza party set for Monday

By Kay Kaylor Special to The PREVIEW Do you know about the new Medicare cards? Have you figured out how to read your Medicare Summary Notice? Do you understand what…

Friday’s Pirate baseball game postponed

The Pagosa Springs High School varsity baseball game scheduled for Friday, March 23, versus Sierra High School has been postponed to April 14 at 11 a.m. Saturday’s home game against…

Nystrom homicide trial ends in hung jury, mistrial

The jury trial for Chad Nystrom, the man accused of killing Richard “Dick” Isaacs in the spring of 2017, has ended in a mistrial as the result of a hung…

Empowerment pizza party set for Monday

By Kay Kaylor Special to The PREVIEW Do you know about the new Medicare cards? Have you figured out how to read your Medicare Summary Notice? Do you understand what…

Students celebrate National Speech and Debate Education Day

Students celebrate National Speech and Debate Education Day

By Kristin Morehouse Special to The SUN March 2 was National Speech and Debate Education Day. We celebrated it here in Pagosa Springs with a debate fun day hosted by…

CDC seeks to fill broadband project coordinator position

The search for a broadband project coordinator has been delayed for the Pagosa Springs Community Development Cooperation (CDC). The full version of this story is available in the print edition…

Marijuana Enforcement Division adopts a single universal symbol and streamlines packaging and labeling requirements

Marijuana Enforcement Division adopts a single universal symbol and streamlines packaging and labeling requirements

Special to The SUN Effective last week, the executive director of the Colorado Department of Revenue (DOR) and State Licensing Authority, Mike Hartman, adopted a single universal symbol for packaging,…