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Our thanks to special people at Thanksgiving

By Carole Howard SUN Columnist, and the Library Staff We at your library are thankful all year around for so many people who make our jobs easier and our service…

‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’ opens Dec. 12

‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’ opens Dec. 12

Special to The PREVIEW The final touches are being put on the Curtains Up Pagosa! holiday presentation, “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” scheduled to play at Pagosa Springs High…

County continues search for administrator, planning manager

Staff Writer Archuleta County remains without finalists for the county administrator position, despite originally scheduling interviews of finalists next week. The county also remains without a planning manager, despite offering…

The young, and the rest of us

By Jeff Smith Special to The PREVIEW The wisdom of Solomon is a great way to raise kids. It helps adults, too. As the sun comes up and the coffee…

UU sermon topic: 1+2=4

By Jean Strahlendorf Special to The PREVIEW On Dec. 1, the Pagosa Unitarian Universalist Fellowship will present a sermon titled “When 1+2=4” by Diana Hultgren, a candidate for Unitarian Universalist…

Bid accepted for pipeline project

Staff Writer The Pagosa Springs Sanitation and General Improvement District board voted last week to accept a bid from Hammerlund Construction Company for work on a pipeline and pumping stations…

Pagosa artist Charla Ellis featured in international exhibit

Pagosa artist Charla Ellis featured in international exhibit

By Denise Coffee Special to The PREVIEW SHY RABBIT Contemporary Arts continues the The ART of it ALL 2 through Jan. 11, featuring 90 original works of art by 46…

In anticipation of peace

By Dale Marks Special to The PREVIEW Anticipation. Expectantly waiting on the outcome. Anxious over the future. There are times when anticipation can be a wonderful thing. The first snowfall…

County unemployment rate down to 6.6 percent

Staff Writer The unemployment rate for Archuleta County dropped to 6.6 percent in October, with 6,123 people in the labor force, but only 403 of those claiming unemployment. In September,…

More early reports about the springs

More early reports about the springs

We have been writing about the 1859 visit to the Pagosa Hot Springs by Capt. John M. Macomb, a topographical engineer for the United States Army. Macomb’s expedition was accompanied…