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Imagine Downtown

The Imagine Downtown committee extends its appreciation to residents, business owners, town council members, town staff, county commissioners, representatives of nonprofit groups and all who attended focus groups and the…

Annual World Craft Fair at Restoration Fellowship

By Carole Nasralla Special to The SUN Discover a world of difference. Immerse yourself in a world of colors, textures, aromas, flavors and sounds — a world of difference with…

G.O.A.L

The staff at G.O.A.L Academy would like to thank the following businesses for making our first annual “Trunk or Treat” event a huge success: Pagosa Pics, Big Brothers Big Sisters,…

Selecting key health concerns in the community

By Jane Looney Special to The SUN San Juan Basin Health invites community members to the next step in creating a Public Health Improvement Plan for Archuleta County by participating…

Community Choir Christmas concert coming soon

By Dale Schwicker Special to The PREVIEW The joy, warmth and meaning of Christmas will come to life at the Pagosa Springs Community Choir’s annual Christmas Concert. “Believe” will be…

The dance: Sometimes awkward, sometimes grace-full

By Mark Thompson Special to The PREVIEW My youngest daughter mentioned casually a few weeks ago that the fifth-sixth grade dance was coming up. This is an event the PE…

John Denver: ‘The Tribute’ at FLC Community Concert Hall

John Denver: ‘The Tribute’ at FLC Community Concert Hall

By Indiana Reed Special to The PREVIEW John Denver: “The Tribute,” featuring the John Adams Band, comes to the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College on Saturday, Dec. 1,…

Mozart’s ‘La Clemenza di Tito,’ performance transmitted live to FLC campus

Mozart’s ‘La Clemenza di Tito,’ performance transmitted live to FLC campus

By Charles Leslie Special to The PREVIEW The Met: Live in HD continues its screening of live performances in high definition in the Vallecito Room of the Fort Lewis College…

A special take on stuffed pork tenderloin

Sometimes a home chef’s chance to leave his or her cooking comfort zone can lead amateur chefs to wondrous places. Whether enjoying the cuisine of another country or just trying…

Homemade peanut butter a healthy snack

Peanut butter is not only a staple of children’s lunches, but it also is a healthy food. While commercially made peanut butter is popular, foodies can also make their own…