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Receiving, giving and finding completeness

These days, I’ve been pondering over the meaning of the phrase “living life well.” It could find its roots in something as simple as a garage sale. Being friendly to…

Area smoke from California fires

Smoke in the area is from the fires currently burning in California, according to Gretchen Fitzgerald, public affairs officer for the San Juan National Forest. “All of the small fires…

Mountain Light Music Festival to feature week-long workshop, concerts

Mountain Light Music Festival to feature week-long workshop, concerts

By Kathy Wadenpfuhl Special to The PREVIEW The Mountain Light Music Festival is right around the corner. Baylor Brass will serve as the faculty of this week-long music festival. The…

Where is the water?

Where is the water?

Well. Here it comes again, a summer with no water. You could almost say that the history of the West was “Where is the water?” Remember the song “Cool Water”…

Archuleta County Fair set to offer something for everyone Aug. 2-5

Archuleta County Fair set to offer something for everyone Aug. 2-5

By Leslie Wustrack Special to The PREVIEW Founded in 1951, the first Archuleta County Fair was initiated by local ranchers as a two-day event to showcase registered cattle and 4-H…

Bird of the Week

Bird of the Week

This week’s Bird of the Week, compliments of the Weminuche Audubon Society and Audubon Rockies, is the rufous hummingbird. Spring is filled with the seemingly docile comings and goings of…

Reservations being accepted for Planned Giving Seminar

By Tracy Pope Special to The SUN The Archuleta Committee of the Community Foundation serving Southwest Colorado has begun accepting reservations for an upcoming seminar, “Maximizing the Benefits of Your…

Pagosa Housing Partners conducting housing survey

By Lynne Vickerstaff Special to The SUN A resident housing survey will be distributed this week to collect feedback on current housing concerns. The survey is designed to be the…

New Thought topic: learning to reframe in a world of worry

By Lisa Burnson Special to The PREVIEW “If one would take time, once a day at least, to let go of all that is not true and lay hold of…

Enhance your emotional empathy at Tuesday hand-drumming classes

By Paul Roberts Special to The PREVIEW Join musician and music therapist Paul Roberts for a free hand-drumming class at the Pagosa Lakes Clubhouse on Tuesday, July 31, at noon.…

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