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Town Council allows contract change order to build Centennial Park restrooms

Construction of restrooms to be provided by the Town of Pagosa Springs in Centennial Park, at the geothermal greenhouse site, will not be advertised for competitive bidding. Instead, with authorization…

What’s available at the 9Health Fair?

What’s available at the 9Health Fair?

By Dee McPeek Special to The PREVIEW The 9Health Fair on Saturday, April 30, will have many opportunities for you to learn about all aspects of your health. The affordable…

Everyday miracles, God is always present

By Jessica Tanner Special to The PREVIEW Every day is a miracle. We wake up and are blessed to experience a new day. We enjoy the song of a bluebird,…

Happy birthday Thingamajig Theatre and Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts

Happy birthday Thingamajig Theatre and Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts

By Audrey Lane Crocker Special to The PREVIEW Tim and Laura Moore have become incredibly important members of the community of Pagosa Springs in just a few short years. From…

Journeying to Pagosa Springs

Journeying to Pagosa Springs

Following the conclusion of the Civil War, prospectors packed into the San Juan Mountains, searching for their personal El Dorado. Many of those early prospectors came by way of Baker’s…

William Archer Smith

William Archer Smith

William Archer “Bill” Smith left the planet peacefully on Monday, April 18. He was 86 years old. Bill was born in Iowa City, Iowa, and raised in Oklahoma, the son…

Habitat, DAR to hold flag ceremony, barbecue

By Bette Bogard Special to The SUN Habitat for Humanity restored five homes in 2015 and is finishing a new build on 57 Corona Court. The Daughters of American Revolution…

Mt. Allison Grange celebrates 100 years

By Larry Corman Special to The SUN On Friday, April 29, Mt. Allison Grange is hosting a celebration commemorating its 100th year birthday. We’ll have a dinner including chicken Marsala,…

Thingamajig Theatre’s ‘A Few Good Men’ coming to Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts

Thingamajig Theatre’s ‘A Few Good Men’ coming to Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts

By Audrey Lane Crocker Special to The PREVIEW You want the truth. Jack Nicholson thinks that you can’t handle the truth. The truth is paramount, especially in a court of…

Bowl For Kids’ Sake impacts our youth

By Christina Crain Special to The PREVIEW Do you want to change a child’s life, for the better, forever? Do you want the very best for our local youth? If…