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Avalanche Awareness talk

By Mark Mueller Special to The PREVIEW There will be a free Avalanche Awareness talk on Thursday, Jan. 23, from 6-8 p.m. in the Extension building at the Archuleta County…

Signs of Fall

Signs of Fall

PREVIEW photo Terri House Recent snow melt and winds uncover remainders of the fall. Sunny skies over the next week should uncover more treasures.   Follow these topics: Outdoors…

Average snowpack as of Jan. 1

Staff Writer As of Jan. 1, 2014, snowpack in the southwest river basin including the Animas, Dolores, San Juan and San Miguel rivers was at 100 percent of the calculated…

Forest Service closes area roads for the season

By Dana Hayward Staff Writer The U.S. Forest Service Pagosa Ranger District has closed many Forest Service roads over the past few weeks. Road closure procedures are determined and carried…

Give the gift of giving by volunteering at Chimney Rock National Monument

By Nadia Werby Special to The PREVIEW For your New Year’s resolution this year, give the gift of giving by becoming a volunteer at Chimney Rock National Monument. There are…

Free workshop for businesses interested in supporting firefighting efforts

The U.S. Forest Service and Colorado Procurement Technical Assistance Center will offer a local procurement fair for area small businesses interested in providing equipment, supplies and/or food services to support…

CRIA sponsors free lecture series

Chimney Rock Interpretive Association (CRIA) is proud to sponsor a Lecture Series starting in January and running through April. The lectures are free of charge and open to the public.…

Improvements slated for Navajo State Park

Staff Writer A number of improvement projects have been scheduled by Colorado Parks and Wildlife at Navajo State Park to improve accessibility of the lake to boaters, heighten convenience for…

CRIA receives Caroline Bancroft History Project Award

CRIA receives Caroline Bancroft History Project Award

By Nadia Werby Special to The SUN Chimney Rock Interpretive Association (CRIA) is pleased to announce that it is the 2013 recipient of History Colorado’s prestigious Caroline Bancroft History Project…

Cutting your tree on the national forest

Courtesy U.S. Forest Service Christmas tree permits are now on sale at National Forest and Bureau of Land Management offices and selected retail outlets in southwestern Colorado. Permits come with…