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Write for His Glory Conference to be held in Hesperus

By Betty Slade Special to The PREVIEW The Southwest Christian Writers Association 33rd annual Write for His Glory Conference — Dyna-Write: The Power of Explosive Writing — will be held…

Entries being accepted for Durango photo show

By Brandon Donahue Special to The PREVIEW The Open Shutter Gallery in Durango is hosting its annual juried photographic competition and is currently accepting entries. The competition is open to…

‘A Vision of Transforming Education’

By John Graves Special to The PREVIEW On Sunday, Sept. 23, The Pagosah Unitarian Universalist Fellowship service topic will be “A Vision of Transforming Education,” presented by Julie Loar, director…

See you after the pole prayer meeting

By Ben Loper Special to The PREVIEW On the morning of Sept. 26, students around the United States will gather around their school’s flagpole to pray. This time of prayer…

Dealing with firewood and house log insects

Here are some quick facts about firewood and house log insects: • With few exceptions, insects found in firewood will not infest household furnishings. • The best way to avoid…

Banner applications being accepted by town

The Town of Pagosa Springs is accepting applications from groups and event organizers for banners that will hang over Hot Springs Boulevard in 2013. Applications and rules can be found…

Library to unveil new online tools for job seekers

In recognition of Workforce Development Month, today, Sept. 25, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment’s Rural Workforce Consortium, in partnership with the Colorado State Library, will hold a demonstration…

Final hunter education classes in 2012

Hunter education classes are scheduled in October and November in Pagosa Springs. The first class is set for Oct. 18 and 19; the second class is scheduled Nov. 1 and…

Forest Service issues decision on Laughlin Park Land Exchange

San Juan National Forest Supervisor Mark Stiles signed a Decision Notice and Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) on Sept. 5 approving the Laughlin Park Land Exchange Final Environmental Assessment…

Officials ID remains found Tuesday

Archuleta County Coroner Carl Macht announced this morning that human remains found Tuesday in the area of Beaver Meadows, in western Archuleta County, were confirmed through the use of dental…