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Crews contain fire southeast of Pagosa Springs

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer The Cinnamon Bear Fire, discovered the afternoon of Oct. 5, was contained at 85 acres Tuesday morning, up from 30 percent containment the prior evening.…

Two small wildland fires quickly contained

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer Temperatures may be falling throughout Pagosa Country as the landscape transitions into fall, but fire season is not over, as was evidenced by two fires…

CRIA volunteers will continue their work at Chimney Rock

By Lindsey Bright Staff Writer In the last copy of The SUN, it was noted in the article “Chimney Rock designated as National Monument,” that Chimney Rock would transition out…

John Fielder and GOCO announce publication of new books, promotional tour to visit Pagosa

John Fielder and GOCO announce publication of new books, promotional tour to visit Pagosa

By Michael Whiting Special to The SUN The Pagosa Springs Tour Stop and Show will be held at the Pagosa Center for the Arts at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Oct.…

Forest Service extends comment period on Village at Wolf Creek Access Project

By Mike Blakeman Special to The SUN The Rio Grande National Forest (RGNF) is extending the 45-day comment period on the Village at Wolf Creek Access Project Draft Environmental Impact…

Devil Mountain Ultra 50mile, 50k, Half Marathon — run it, if you can

Devil Mountain Ultra 50mile, 50k, Half Marathon —  run it, if you can

By Morgan Murri Special to The PREVIEW Fall is the best time of year for being in the woods and how better to enjoy perfect weather, incredible leaves changing colors…

Chimney Rock designated as National Monument

Chimney Rock designated as National Monument

By Lindsey Bright Staff Writer “Wow.” “What a good day.” “This is truly a great day.” These were the sentiments announced last Friday during a celebration at the Chimney Rock…

Astounding adaptations of the black bear

By Patt Dorsey Colorado Parks and Wildlife Special to The SUN Bears are bundles of biological bewilderment! Yet, people who clean up after overnight ursine raids on garbage cans may…

PWC approves lion hunt quotas

By Randy Hampton Special to The SUN The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission unanimously approved mountain lion harvest quotas for the upcoming lion season in the state at the commission’s…

Gray Wolf Ski Club to hold tailgate party Saturday

By David Lopez Special to The SUN All current members of the Gray Wolf Ski Club are invited to the second annual Gray Wolf Ski Club Tailgate Party, to be…