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Slash program continues to grow

By Bill Trimarco Special to The SUN The week of July 14 was a busy one. Residents and mitigation contractors have been bringing woody material (slash) to the three designated…

Kids’ programs focus on sun, wildlife

By Colorado Parks and Wildlife Special to The SUN It’s all about kids and fun at Navajo State Park this Saturday and Sunday. Two educational sessions will feature the use…

Forest Service seeking nominations for San Juan Resource Advisory Committee

By Colorado Parks and Wildlife Special to The SUN The U.S. Forest Service is seeking to fill openings on the San Juan Resource Advisory Committee (RAC). The Secure Rural Schools…

Fire restrictions lifted, effects of recent storms linger

All fire restrictions for unincorporated, private lands in Archuleta County were lifted Tuesday thanks to recent monsoonal moisture that fell in the area, but, unfortunately, the effects of the recent…

Agencies considering advanced aerial mapping

Several area agencies are looking into a process called Pictometry — a patented, advanced form of aerial imagery and associated computer program named for the company that provides the service…

Historian to talk about railroads in Southwest Colorado

By Joe Lewandowski Special to The SUN Railroad buffs who want to learn more about the old lines in Southwest Colorado should plan on attending a history talk at 6…

Summer is prime season for West Nile virus

By Flannery O’Neil Special to The SUN The San Juan Basin Health Department reminds residents that summer is prime season for West Nile virus. We urge individuals to continue preventive…

Ancient Culture Through Pottery Workshop at Chimney Rock Aug. 1-3

Ancient Culture Through Pottery Workshop at Chimney Rock Aug. 1-3

By Nadia Werby Special to The PREVIEW Experience the timeless legacy of ancestral Pueblo (Anasazi) pottery at the Gregory Wood Ancient Culture Through Pottery Workshop at Chimney Rock National Monument…

Wolf Creek trails not just for winter

By Kirsten Le Roux Special to The SUN You’ve skied the trails on Wolf Creek Pass, but have you hiked, jogged or mountain biked them? Here’s your chance to check…

Double Rainbow

Double Rainbow

Photo courtesy Beth Tollefsen Summer storms bring with them elements of magnificence and grandeur — from fierce lightning to the beauty of a double rainbow.   Follow these topics: Outdoors…