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Friday’s ‘Over the Rainbow’ to benefit Girls Choir

By Linda Parker Special to The PREVIEW The wine has arrived, the table decorations are ready and the baskets have been wrapped in preparation for the Pagosa Springs Girls Choir’s…

Public Notices 03/10/2016

NOTICE OF CANCELLATION OF ELECTION 1-5-208(1.5) C.R.S. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the Alpha Rockridge Metropolitan District, Archuleta County, Colorado, that at the close of business on the sixty-third day…

Hoedown with The High Rollers for a good cause

By Pennie DeClark Special to The PREVIEW Tickets are going fast for Our Savior Lutheran fundraiser, “A Colorado Guys and Gals Country Hoedown with The High Rollers,” on March 19.…

Colorado caucuses lead to calls for reform

By Jim Garrett Staff Writer Last week, 353 registered Republicans attended precinct caucuses in Archuleta County, but unlike their counterparts attending Democrat caucuses, had no formal opportunity to express a…

Tribe begins analysis of shale oil and gas development

By Janet Wolf Special to The SUN The Southern Ute Indian Tribe Growth Fund will be hosting a tribal member meeting on March 15 and a public meeting on March…

‘Over the Rainbow’ fundraiser helps Girls Choir educational programs

By Linda Parker Special to The PREVIEW Anyone who has ever seen “The Wizard of Oz” knows that Dorothy had to go “Over the Rainbow” for her dreams to come…

Peace, love and books: Feel groovy at the Book Fair through March 10

By Lisa Scott Special to The PREVIEW The Feelin’ Groovy Book Fair — Peace, Love, Books! will be running through March 10 during school hours in the Pagosa Springs Elementary…

Homemakers to host retired Navy nurse

By Tozi Rubin Special to The PREVIEW The Mountain View Homemakers organization is proud to host Susan Bates, a retired U.S. Navy nurse, at its next meeting on March 10.…

Final Whadyacallit Drag Wednesday set for March 9

By Audrey Layne Crocker Special to The PREVIEW The shoes are polished. The lashes are ready. The dresses have been chosen and the songs rehearsed. Beverly takes a deep breath…

Landowners can order trees and shrubs

By Cynthia Purcell Special to The SUN The San Juan Conservation District’s seedling tree program allows farmers, ranchers and rural landowners to obtain trees at a nominal cost. Our goal…