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Medical center develops plans for grant money

By Lindsey Bright Staff Writer In May, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) awarded 113 Health Care Innovation Grants, one of which was awarded to the Pagosa Springs…

Season tickets on sale for Thingamajig Theatre

Season tickets on sale for Thingamajig Theatre

By Laura Moore Special to The PREVIEW Season tickets are on sale until Oct. 12, when Thingamajig Theatre kicks off its winter season with the Champagne Opening of “A Steady…

Curtains Up Pagosa announces ‘Man of La Mancha’ cast

Curtains Up Pagosa announces ‘Man of La Mancha’ cast

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW A talented group of amateur and semi-professional actors and musicians lined up last Friday to audition for Curtains Up Pagosa’s upcoming production of…

New York company to present ‘Of Mice and Men’ at Dulce

New York company to present ‘Of Mice and Men’ at Dulce

  By Lindsey Bright Staff Writer “In the end is the word, and the word is man, and the word is with man.” That is how John Steinbeck paraphrased the…

Photo club to meet on Oct. 10

By Dale Malaney Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs Photography Club will meet  Wednesday, Oct. 10, at  Shy Rabbit Contemporary Arts, 333 Bastille Drive. Join us for socializing starting…

Artist’s Lane: Connect with the name

As we are getting older, some of us are losing our ability to remember names. I’m not mentioning any names, but Sweet Al comes to mind. He is getting worse.…

Homemakers to make donations to local organizations

Homemakers to make donations to local organizations

By Denny Rose Special to The PREVIEW The program for the Oct. 11 meeting of Mountain View Homemakers Club will include handing out 10 checks ranging up to $500 to…

Local author writes sci-fi adventure trilogy

Local author writes sci-fi adventure trilogy

By Carole Howard PREVIEW Columnist, and the Library staff “Endangered,” the first book in a science fiction trilogy by local author Shaun Kelsey, is an adventure story that will entertain…

St. Patrick’s to hold blessing of animals service

St. Patrick’s to hold blessing of animals service

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW Dogs, cats, horses and a sundry of small caged animals will line up for their annual blessing from Fr. Doug Neel this Sunday…

A Matter of Faith: Radio Karl — a whimsical smile

By Adam Colwell Special to The PREVIEW As his stiffened hands, slow and deliberate, struggled to remove the festive wrapping, I stifled the temptation to impatiently swipe the Christmas gift…