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Tips for creating a bear-proof home

By LaVonne Ewing Special to The SUN Ever curious and resourceful, a black bear’s continuing search for food can lead it straight to your house. Their super-sensitive noses can sniff…

Wolfwood Refuge visits Navajo Lake

Wolfwood Refuge visits Navajo Lake

By Darla Lange Special to The SUN Wolfwood Refuge’s summer tour kicks off Saturday, June 14, with a visit to the Navajo Lake Visitor Center. It is the only time…

Colorado accepting fall limited turkey license applications

By Mike Porras Special to The SUN Colorado Parks and Wildlife is reminding turkey hunters that they can apply for fall limited licenses through the July 10 deadline. Over-the-counter turkey…

Doggies dash and dawdle for GECKO

By Kirsten Le Roux Special to The SUN Despite gloomy weather predictions, Saturday morning’s inaugural Doggy Dash and Dawdle was held in bright sunshine. A grand total of 16 kids,…

Navajo State Park offering beginning archery class for kids

Navajo State Park offering beginning archery class for kids

By Joe Lewandowski Special to The SUN Navajo State Park will hold an introductory archery class for kids ages 8-12 from 9 a.m.-noon on Saturday, May 31, at the Sambrito…

Colorado’s Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan released

By Jennifer Churchill Special to The SUN The final 2014 Colorado Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP), the blueprint for sustaining Colorado’s outdoors heritage for current and future generations, was…

Roads continue to open

The following roads are now open for the season: 626 — Devil Mountain. 631 — Mosca, currently open for 17.5 miles, after which drivers may encounter snow. The following roads…

Grazing lease agreements and management assistance available

By Shaan Bliss Special to The SUN Grazing lease agreements can often be a handshake, but can hold little weight when conflicts arise. What about drought? What about seasonal fencing…

Vets visit Pagosa while ‘Walking Off The War’

Six veterans, each hiking the 3,100-mile Continental Divide Trail over a six-month period, will be making a stop in Pagosa Springs Saturday, May 31, to partake in a potluck and…

Memorial Day fun with the Doggy Dash and Dawdle

Memorial Day fun with the Doggy Dash and Dawdle

By Kirsten Le Roux Special to The PREVIEW GECKO kicks off summer outdoor events with an early season community fun run/walk, the inaugural Doggy Dash and Dawdle, on Saturday, May…