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Bargain

Bargain

Dear Editor: I like bargains. I like that I can get a bargain at the thrift store or a yard sale buying something I don’t really need at the moment,…

Sunday Night Unplugged to feature Paul Roberts

Sunday Night Unplugged to feature Paul Roberts

Special to The PREVIEW This Sunday evening at 5 p.m., St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church will offer their monthly Sunday Night Unplugged service of music and meditation featuring local artist, Paul…

New audio books added to free download service

SUN Columnist, and the Library Staff The Recorded Books collection of more than 3,800 audio books is now available free for Sisson Library patrons via OneClickDigital, their new platform.  Titles…

Celebrate Mardi Gras, in Pagosa Springs

By Roxanne Schick Special to The PREVIEW The first Mardi Gras celebration began in 1699 at Pointe du Mardi Gras in Louisiana, when the French came to the new World.…

Obituary-Becky I. Waddell

6/12/42-2/2/13. Becky was born in Arboles, Colo., and was raised in Pagosa Springs for the majority of her youth. She attended schools in Pagosa Springs and received a high school…

Photo club to meet Feb. 13

By Dale Malaney Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs Photography Club will meet Wednesday, Feb. 13, at SHY RABBIT Contemporary Arts, 333 Bastille Drive. Join us for socializing starting…

Sixth Judicial District offers aid to self-represented litigants

By Jon Sarche Special to The SUN The Sixth Judicial District announced it has opened a new center in Durango to offer help to people representing themselves in non-criminal court…

St. Patrick’s to host Shrove Tuesday pancake supper

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW How better to kick off the solemn liturgical season of Lent than with a traditional Shrove Tuesday pancake supper? The Men of St.…

Ground broken for Colorado Freedom Memorial

SUN Columnist After 12 years of fund-raising, research and planning, the Colorado Freedom Memorial finally broke ground Saturday. More than a hundred people, including veterans, community members and families of…

Problems

Problems

Dear Editor: Amidst great controversy, the Town Tourism Committee and Town Council are still entertaining a plan to turn Reservoir Hill into an amusement park. This is being done without…