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Dust, dirt, gravel and grit guaranteed at Dusty Kid’s Gravel Growler

Dust, dirt, gravel and grit guaranteed at Dusty Kid’s Gravel Growler

By Ashley Wilson Special to The SUN Dust, dirt, gravel and grit is what you’ll get at this year’s Dusty Kid’s Gravel Growler Fun Race. Kids, this is one event…

Fire district offers water safety tips

By Pagosa Fire Protection District Special to The SUN Pagosa Country is full of lakes, streams and rivers. Knowing how to be water wise is essential to safeguard yourself and…

July events at Chimney Rock National Monument

By Nadia Werby Special to The SUN There is so much to learn and experience at Chimney Rock National Monument. Chimney Rock offers monthly programs, annual events and daily guided…

Pagosa Ranger District road openings announced

By Brandon Caley Special to The SUN To protect road surfaces and for public safety, Forest roads are seasonally closed to wheeled motorized vehicles, except snowmobiles operating on snow. They…

Be wary of mother deer, don’t approach or touch fawns

Be wary of mother deer, don’t approach or touch fawns

By Colorado Parks and Wildlife Special to The SUN Mother deer are giving birth to fawns now, and Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) reminds residents and visitors to be wary…

Bird of the Week

Bird of the Week

This week’s Bird of the Week, compliments of the Weminuche Audubon Society and Audubon Rockies, is the red-naped sapsucker. We are fairly accustomed to seeing hairy, downy and Lewis woodpeckers,…

Pagosa Ranger District road openings announced

By Brandon Caley Special to The SUN To protect road surfaces and for public safety, Forest roads are seasonally closed to wheeled motorized vehicles, except snowmobiles operating on snow. They…

Guided hike offered at Treasure Falls

By Brandon Caley Special to The SUN Plunge into the mystery of the natural and cultural history that surrounds Treasure Falls in this short interpretive hike on Saturday, June 29,…

Damage discovered along many roads and trails in San Juan National Forest

Damage discovered along many roads and trails in San Juan National Forest

By Denise Alonzo Special to The SUN After a tremendous amount of snowfall over the winter months, high levels of water runoff continue to impact roads and trails in the…

CRIA presents a night of cultural entertainment Saturday, June 22

CRIA presents a night of cultural entertainment Saturday, June 22

By Nadia Werby Special to The PREVIEW Chimney Rock Interpretive Association (CRIA) presents the first annual “Solstice on the San Juan” this Saturday, June 22, at the Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership…