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Kids’ genealogy workshop offered

By Mary Riethmiller Special to The PREVIEW A kids’ genealogy workshop will be presented free of charge by the Archuleta County Genealogical Society for those fifth grade and above Saturday,…

‘RED’ enters second weekend

‘RED’ enters second weekend

By Laura Moore  Special to The PREVIEW Thingamajig Theatre Company’s “RED” by John Logan continues its critically acclaimed run this weekend at the Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts, Friday…

‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ portrays Christ the man

Christian tradition tells us that Jesus was both fully human and fully divine. However, many Christians tend to be much more comfortable with the divinity of Christ than the humanity.…

Pagosa’s Multi-Purpose Pavilion to host dinner dance

By Tari Woods Special to The PREVIEW On June 6 at the uptown Quality Resort, the pavilion committee will present The Winner’s Circle Buffet. This is the culmination of the…

TTC sponsors Colorado Tourism Office roadshow

Pagosa Springs Town Tourism Committee Director Jennie Green extended an invitation to town council last week for an upcoming event that anyone interested in the tourism industry should attend. The…

Alan Lee Penwell

Alan Lee Penwell

Alan Lee Penwell, the brother of Chromo resident Laurel Penwell, died after a short battle with renal cell carcinoma on Wednesday, May 7, at the Lund Home Hospice of the…

USDA grant information workshop offered

By Indiana Reed  Special to The SUN La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) will host a special energy efficiency and renewable energy systems grant education workshop featuring U.S. Department of Agriculture…

Hospital faces staffing shortage

Hospital faces staffing shortage

The Upper San Juan Health Service District (USJHSD) discussed staffing shortages, funding needs and facilitated board member transitions during its regular meeting Tuesday night. Staffing shortages CEO Brad Cochennet informed…

Cadet Wesley Royston

Cadet Wesley Royston

  Cadet Wesley Royston, of Pagosa Springs, graduated from the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets on Friday, May 16. Royston is scheduled to complete his degree in engineering science and…

Jail captain resigns, Weiss named interim manager

Archuleta County will soon be in the market for a new captain for the Archuleta County Detention Center — but not quite yet. Randy Yoder, who took over as detention…