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National Bike To School Day: Pedal your way to school on May 9

By April Rossetti Special to The SUN Attention Pagosa Springs elementary and middle school students: Wednesday, May 9, is National Bike To School Day. Switch up your morning commute and…

Local officials, candidates to speak at luncheon

By Sandy Artzberger Special to The SUN If you have questions about the rising crime rate in Pagosa Springs, what new directions are being considered for the Town of Pagosa…

Fire district election to be held May 8

The Pagosa Fire Protection District (PFPD) will be holding a mail-ballot election on May 8. During that election, the PFPD will be requesting a mill levy increase from voters. Currently,…

Bird of the Week

This week’s Bird of the Week, compliments of the Weminuche Audubon Society and Audubon Rockies, is the broad-tailed hummingbird. This is a common species of hummingbird living and migrating through…

Stars for the new Seeds event are unveiled

By Dee McPeek Special to The PREVIEW Seeds of Learning is delighted to announce our eight courageous, enthusiastic dancers who are bringing the “star” quality to Dancing with the Pagosa…

CRIA Lecture Series continues with David Stuart presenting on May 10; 2018 season opens May 15

By Nadia Werby Special to The SUN On Thursday, May 10, the Chimney Rock Interpretive Association (CRIA) is proud to host a special presentation by David Stuart: “In Good Times…

Bradley Lee Jacobson

Bradley Lee Jacobson, fondly known as “Bad Brad,” was born in Omaha, Neb. on July 28, 1930, and he left this journey for a new one on April 29, surrounded…

Pagosa Community of New Thought to discuss manifesting our destiny

By Janie Garms Special to The PREVIEW According to Dr. Ernest Holmes, “At all times, we are either drawing things to us or pushing them away. Mind has no choice…

Hand-drumming classes feature more than just drums

By Paul Roberts Special to The PREVIEW Join musician and music therapist Paul Roberts for a free hand-drumming class at the Pagosa Lakes Clubhouse on Tuesday, May 8, at noon.…

Ballots, bullets and bloodshed: Charlie Siringo comes on the scene

We’ve been writing about the wrangling between Anglo and Hispanic for control of the county government following creation of the county in May of 1885. This week, we’ll look at…