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Tick activity increases with the return of spring

By Claire Macpherson Special to The SUN Colorado residents who spend time outdoors this spring should avoid tick bites to prevent tick-borne illnesses. Colorado tick fever (CTF) is by far…

Making open burning safe burning

Staff Writer With spring now in full swing (despite last weekend’s snow), many Archuleta County property owners are kicking off their seasonal land maintenance work, including open burning. Property owners…

How you can help a bird in need

How you can help a bird in need

By Pat Jackson Special to The SUN With the arrival of spring, we are also beginning to see the return of our migrating birds. With all this flurry of activity,…

Stay ‘bear-aware’ this spring, keep bears wild

Staff Writer Warmer nights are bringing out curious and hungry wildlife — especially black bears — looking for something tasty to eat in your backyard. While black bears tend to…

Why you should volunteer at Chimney Rock

By Helen Richardson Special to The PREVIEW Retirement. That wonderful time of no more heavy responsibilities, no more rush-hour traffic, no more stressed-out brain cells. It also can be a…

Woody slash can now be chipped for free

By Bill Trimarco Special to The SUN FireWise of Southwest Colorado, in collaboration with Archuleta County and the Pagosa Lakes Property Owners Association, is pleased to announce the start of…

Ski area recreation approved

By Shanti Johnson Staff Writer In a press release issued by the USDA April 15, it was announced that the U.S. Forest Service finalized a policy to promote year-round recreation…

Chimney Rock National Monument Volunteer Training Days

Chimney Rock National Monument Volunteer Training Days

By Nadia Werby Special to The PREVIEW Chimney Rock Interpretive Association (CRIA) invites community members to join us for the Chimney Rock National Monument Volunteer Training Days on Friday and…

Mountain Studies Institute, Forest Health Partnership offer forest monitoring training

By Aaron Kimple Special to The SUN Forest health is a term we hear a lot about these days. We hear it in relation to bugs and wildfire and water…

Storm spotter training course offered

By Jim Pringle Special to The SUN The National Weather Service will present the 2014 Severe Storm Spotter Training course on Wednesday, April 23, in Pagosa Springs. Attendees will learn…