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National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week activities planned

By Liz Alley Special to The SUN When you hear the word grace, what comes to mind? Joseph Cooke wrote, “Grace is nothing more nor less than the face that…

Archuleta County Education Center to hold ‘inside garage sale’

By Jan Santopietro Special to The PREVIEW Do you remember the Greenhouse Restaurant just off of Piedra Road? According to my sources, it opened in the late 1980s as a…

Marines to gather in celebration of 243 years

By Sepp Ramsperger Special to The PREVIEW The 243rd birthday of the United States Marine Corps is approaching. On Nov. 10, 1775, the Second Continental Congress resolved for the formation…

Medicare 101 session set for Nov. 8, Navigating Medicare appointments available

By Christina Knoell and Kay Kaylor Special to The PREVIEW Medicare is complicated. It is important that you know your rights, options, deadlines, possible penalties and where to find the…

Veterans Day breakfast set for Nov. 12

By Scott White Special to The SUN Pagosa Springs Middle School will be celebrating its eighth-grade Veterans Day breakfast on Monday, Nov. 12. This year will mark the 18th year…

Immerse yourself in prohibition era’s ‘Blues Box’ on Nov. 3

Immerse yourself in prohibition era’s ‘Blues Box’ on Nov. 3

By Cynda Green Special to The PREVIEW Their enthusiasm is contagious. I had the pleasure of interviewing the two men behind the upcoming musical event “Blues Box” — producer Blue…

Individual tickets now available for Thingamajig’s winter season

By Tess Wisher Special to The PREVIEW The Thingamajig Theatre Company is excited to announce that individual tickets to its winter season are now on sale. The 2018/2019 winter season…

Pagosa Peaks Volleyball Club to hold informational meeting

By Shane Lucero Special to The SUN Pagosa Peaks Volleyball Club will be having an informational meeting for all parents and athletes on Nov. 1 at 6:30 p.m. in the…

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 great blue heron. As far as birds go, great blue herons are somewhat…

More history of Cumbres Pass

More history of Cumbres Pass

We continue this week describing the conditions prompting the finding and development of Cumbres Pass. The time was the early 1870s. During the early 1850s, the Army had fought a…

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