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Chimney Rock National Monument holds volunteer open house

By Nadia Werby Special to The PREVIEW Chimney Rock Interpretive Association (CRIA) invites community members to come to the annual Chimney Rock National Monument Open House at Quality Resort, located…

Chimney Rock offers special lecture tonight

By Nadia Werby Special to The PREVIEW Chimney Rock Interpretive Association (CRIA) is proud to present a special presentation titled “Ancestral Pueblo Kiva Production during the Chaco and Post-Chaco Periods…

Find your spiritual connection to Chimney Rock National Monument

By Tozi Rubin Special to The PREVIEW My name is Tozi Rubin and I am extremely proud to be a volunteer for the Chimney Rock Interpretative Association (CRIA). CRIA is…

Wildfires could garner disaster relief funds in the coming years

Staff Writer Several federal elements are in play that could provide Colorado, and other wildfire-prone states, with additional funding to fight fires. The U.S. Senate Committee on the Budget is…

On the pass

On the pass

Photo courtesy Jean Strahlendorf Travelers across Wolf Creek Pass were greeted by this guy taking advantage of some sunshine before the storm.    Follow these topics: Outdoors…

Opportunity to comment on spruce salvage, fuels reduction

Staff Writer The following information was submitted to The SUN about an opportunity to comment from the Pagosa Ranger District. The district is in the process of preparing decision memos…

Civil rights issues with USFS continue

Staff Writer Since the publication of The SUN’s article, “USFS civil rights compliance review results released,” on Feb. 6, further legal actions have been taken against the Forest Service. To…

Turkey hunting workshop in Durango March 20

By Joe Lewandowski Special to The SUN Wild turkeys are abundant in southwest Colorado, and if you’ve ever wanted to hunt these wily critters, you should plan to attend a…

Spring Break

Spring Break

Photo courtesy Jason Lombard/Wolf Creek Ski Area The storm that made national news with flooding in Los Angeles made its way west this weekend dropping massive amounts of snow on Wolf…

State cracks down on dogs chasing wildlife

By Shanti Johnson Staff Writer Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) issued a warning on Feb. 13 — keep your dogs “under control and away from deer, elk and other wild…