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Local smoke due to fires in New Mexico, Arizona

By Marshall Dunham Staff Writer Smoke is in the air in Archuleta County today, with the cause of the smoke believed to be two separate fires burning in New Mexico…

County to consider stage one fire ban tomorrow

By Avery Martinez Staff Writer The Archuleta Board of County Commissioners (BoCC), will discuss and possibly implement a stage one fire ban throughout Archuleta County at tomorrow’s afternoon meeting of…

Rise Above Violence wants you to embrace your voice

By Ashley Wilson Special to The PREVIEW Pagosa Springs is an amazing community. There are so many ways people are supported and so many groups doing great work. In all…

Join students for National Bike to School Day

By April Rossetti Special to The SUN Does riding your bike to school with your friends sound like fun? Join Retro Metro Kids-Safe Routes To School (and thousands of other…

Masonic Lodge to host presentation on Order of the Eastern Star

By Richard Wholf Special to The PREVIEW On Tuesday, May 1, Pagosa Masonic Lodge No. 114 will be hosting a special presentation on the Order of the Eastern Star. This…

Unleash your creativity at Tuesday hand-drumming sessions

By Paul Roberts Special to The PREVIEW Join musician and music therapist Paul Roberts for a free hand-drumming class at the Pagosa Lakes Property Owners Association Clubhouse on Tuesday, May…

School district to host screening of ‘Screenagers’ Wednesday

Special to The PREVIEW Technology has changed the way we interact with and respond to people and circumstances in our world. What kind of impact that has on teenagers is…

Playing the conversation game

My Sweet Al says, “I run ahead of the horse. I don’t always have to be in the front row raising my hand with the answer.” News to me. If…

Bird of the Week

This week’s Bird of the Week, compliments of the Weminuche Audubon Society and Audubon Rockies, is the northern shoveler. Often seen as a winter resident in ponds and small lakes…

Bullets, ballots and bloodshed continued

We are describing the battle between whites and Hispanics for political control of Archuleta County following creation of the county in 1885. Last week, we quoted from the memoirs of…

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