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Final weekend for ‘Misterman’

Final weekend for ‘Misterman’

By Laura Moore Special to The PREVIEW Thingamajig Theatre Company’s production of “Misterman” opened the 2014-2015 winter theater season to a sold-out audience. Since then, Irish playwright Enda Walsh’s thriller…

Pirates set to host regional action this weekend

Pirates set to host regional action this weekend

The Pagosa Springs High School volleyball team extended its winning streak to three games with a 3-0 victory over the Monte Vista Pirates at home on Oct. 23. The team…

WHIPS

Dear Editor: I would like to explain a little bit about WHIPS (Women Helping in Pagosa Springs). First of all, this wonderful name was not my idea originally and I…

It’s Red Ribbon Week, Substance Abuse Prevention Month

By Cindy Schultz Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs Town Council and the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners each proclaimed October as Substance Abuse Prevention Month. San Juan…

A forty-five year journey to acceptance

A forty-five year journey to acceptance

Sometimes in life closure may happen within a short time, other times it may take longer to reach the point of acceptance. Most realize the passage of time helps with…

Pirates lose last game of the season, look forward to next year

Pirates lose last game of the season, look forward to next year

The Pagosa Springs Pirates lost the last football game of the season, falling prey to the Wolverines last Friday night in Bayfield by a score of 29-2. “Bayfield got up…

Of wisdom and fools, one cup at a time

By Jeff Smith Special to The PREVIEW Life can have its pitfalls and problems, but I can often outsmart them. That is why I am up in the morning, reading…

Outright lies

Dear Editor: It is amazing to me the outright lies being waged by the liberal Democrats. I haven’t seen one Democrat ad yet that could be proven true. In fact,…

Rae Maes

I would like to thank everyone for your loving prayers and generous support, in helping me during this difficult time of reestablishing my home. My heart is beyond grateful to…

Painting the town purple for Domestic Violence Awareness Month

By Cheryl Bowdridge Special to The PREVIEW Have you seen the splash of purple around town? Have you wondered why the sports teams wore purple socks? Do you know why…

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