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One weekend left for CUP’s ‘Sister Act’ — an act of love

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW There is magic happening on stage at Pagosa Springs High School this week. If you haven’t had the opportunity to see Curtains Up…

Don’t let depression sneak up on you

By John Lough Special to The PREVIEW Depression is a serious health issue, yet, often, its warning signs are ignored. Not acknowledging the symptoms of depression not only means the…

Single-track racing fun at the Pagosa Duathlon July 8

Single-track racing fun at the Pagosa Duathlon July 8

By Ashley Wilson Special to The PREVIEW Early registration for the Pagosa Duathlon ends on Monday, July 3, so make sure to save a little by going online and registering…

Volunteers needed for Meals on Wheels

Meals on Wheels volunteer drivers are needed, as well as substitute drivers. Downtown and uptown routes are available, as well as gas vouchers. Please call 264-2167 for more information. Medical…

Dog costumes and French horns

By Daris Howard Special to The PREVIEW The community musical for the summer was “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.” I had been chosen to play Lord Scrumptious, the candy maker. It…

Myrtle spurge: the ornamental that may be taking over your lawn and your neighbors’

By Ethan Proud PREVIEW Columnist An ornamental ground cover may be creeping from your neighbor’s garden and over to your lawn. A popular ground cover, myrtle spurge, is listed on…

1908: the year of the Great Horse Race

1908: the year of the Great Horse Race

Since man first started riding horses, there has always been the question, “Which horse is fastest?” The year of 1908 went down in history as the year of the Great…

‘Your Daily Seven’ to be discussed at PCNT on July 2

By Janet Wyrick Special to The PREVIEW Does the idea of God leave you conflicted or “turned off” due to previous religious experiences? If so, you are like many. You…

The seed of leading a better life

By Jeff Smith Special to The PREVIEW Evangelical Christian churches believe getting sinners saved is the main goal of our faith. This is a good thing, but they sometimes miss…

UU topic: ‘The Carpetbagger Project’

By Phil Swearngin Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (PUUF) invites you to attend a program titled “The Carpetbagger Project,” with Phil Swearngin, for its regular service…

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