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Upcoming classes: All you ever wanted to know about the Episcopal church

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW Have you ever wondered what sets the Episcopal Church apart from other denominations? How is it different from Catholics, Methodists, Presbyterians, Lutherans, Baptists…

Becoming ourselves, our legacy

I woke up, let Whiskey out, patted my Sweet Al on the head, then hit the button on the Keurig as I pondered my next article. How do we move…

19th Hole Concert Series continues tonight

By Evelyn Tennyson Special to The PREVIEW Last week’s nonprofit host for the 19th Hole Concert series was Aspen House. Along with local musicians the San Juan Mountain Boys, almost…

Thingamajig’s ‘Jekyll & Hyde, The Musical’ an operatic descent into darkness

Thingamajig’s ‘Jekyll & Hyde, The Musical’ an operatic descent into darkness

By Bill Hudson Special to The PREVIEW While writing his Gothic novella, “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” in 1886, Robert Louis Stevenson probably had no idea…

Grief support meetings conclude today

By Beverly Arrendell Special to The PREVIEW Many people experience difficult times as they go through grief. Professional counselors say that sharing the experiences with others in grief is an…

Graffiti Damage

Graffiti Damage

Town of Pagosa Springs Parks and Recreation Director Darren Lewis analyzes the graffiti damage done to the skate bowl at Yamaguchi Park. An investigation is underway regarding the incident. Any…

Colorado Supreme Court rules TABOR repeal can proceed

The Colorado Supreme Court ruled on June 17 that a measure that aims to repeal the state’s unique Taxpayer Bill of Rights (TABOR) law can move forward to qualify for…

Improved Medicare for All

Dear Editor: A new Harris Poll found that only 16 percent of U.S. residents believe health insurance corporations put patients before profits. Pharmaceutical companies (9 percent), hospitals (23 percent) and…

McCabe Creek project

McCabe Creek project

The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) began demolishing additional structures for its McCabe Creek project last week. According to Town Manager Andrea Phillips, the demolition should be done by July…

San Juan River flows drop below 2,000 cfs

As of June 26, the San Juan River was once again flowing above average, with reported flows of 1,840 cubic feet per second (cfs). The full version of this story…