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St. Patrick’s to hold blessing of animals service

St. Patrick’s to hold blessing of animals service

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW Dogs, cats, horses and a sundry of small caged animals will line up for their annual blessing from Fr. Doug Neel this Sunday…

‘Science and Religion’ topic at UU service

By John Graves Special to The PREVIEW On Sunday, Oct. 7, the Pagosah Unitarian Universalist Fellowship service topic will be “Science and Religion,” presented on DVD by the Rev. Angela…

Learn to grow with the Colorado Master Gardener Program

Gardening is a popular hobby and leisure activity that provides outdoor physical activity, contact with nature and sharing with others. For many gardeners, digging in the soil, pulling weeds and…

Life in the Primo 500: Chili powder and a CD

By Pat Martinez-Lopez PREVIEW Columnist I must’ve been 3 or 4 years old when my dad took me to visit his father’s brother, Tio Fidel Martinez, who lived in the…

Salvation Army seeks volunteers for Angel Tree program

By Carla Elliot Special to The PREVIEW In keeping with the spirit of the Christmas season, the Salvation Army is sponsoring the Angel Tree Gift Giving Program along with the…

The Dunwells, with special guest Robby Overfield, Oct. 9 at Fort Lewis College

The Dunwells, with special guest Robby Overfield, Oct. 9 at Fort Lewis College

By Charles Leslie Special to The PREVIEW The Dunwells, the group Academy Award-winning director Cameron Crowe called “stunning,” comes to the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College on Tuesday,…

Lamb a good addition to traditional stew

Tagine is a Moroccan stew made with meat and often fruit. In this recipe for Lamb Tagine from Bill Niman and Janet Fletcher’s “The Niman Ranch Cookbook” (Ten Speed Press),…

Community Choir and high school music department join forces for fund-raiser

Community Choir and high school music department join forces for fund-raiser

By Dale Schwicker Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs Community Choir joined the high school music department to kick off a fund drive for purchasing new uniforms. The Community…

Devil Mountain Ultra 50mile, 50k, Half Marathon — run it, if you can

Devil Mountain Ultra 50mile, 50k, Half Marathon —  run it, if you can

By Morgan Murri Special to The PREVIEW Fall is the best time of year for being in the woods and how better to enjoy perfect weather, incredible leaves changing colors…

Flabbergasted

Flabbergasted

Dear Editor: I am writing this letter in support for the CDC and Rich Lindblad. Rich was recommended to me by Mark Weiler, president of Parelli Natural Horsemanship, as an…