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Obituary-Elaine Grove Rickard

Obituary-Elaine Grove Rickard

Elaine Grove Rickard of Pagosa Springs passed away peacefully at her home Monday Feb. 17. Born on June 19, 1928, she was the only child of Ralph and Lorene Grove…

Mobile blood drives set for March

United Blood Services will hold two mobile blood drives in March in Pagosa Springs. On Thursday, March 13, a drive will be held at Pagosa Springs Community Crossroad Christian Fellowship,…

Obituary-Charlene Bucy Baumgardner

Obituary-Charlene Bucy Baumgardner

 Memorial services for Charlene Bucy Baumgardner, of Pagosa Springs, were held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 22, at the Ignacio Community Church in Ignacio.  Charlene passed away on Feb.…

New square dance class at community center

New square dance class at community center

By Carla Roberts Special to The PREVIEW Learn to square dance every Wednesday evening from 5-7 p.m. starting March 12 at the Ross Aragon Community Center. Four Corners-based caller Carla…

Keagan Smith

Keagan Smith

Dear Editor: Keagan Smith and family have a lot of people to thank for their generosity and prayers during his time of recovery. A Night of Gratitude has been rescheduled…

Follow the lead

Follow the lead

Dear Editor: I’ve been wondering, does communism really exist today and if so, what/where is it? That’s a serious question because so many facets of what we like to slur…

Obituary-Richard Grant Girardin

Obituary-Richard Grant Girardin

Richard Grant Girardin was born to Louis and Helen Girardin Dec. 9, 1946, in Durango. Known to all as Ricky, he was raised in Archuleta County. He graduated from Pagosa…

Little Peaks

Little Peaks

Photo courtesy Jacque Aragon The youngest group in the Pagosa Peaks Volleyball Club – the Little Peaks — will travel to Blanding, Utah, on Saturday, March 1, for competition. This…

Agency on Aging seeks volunteers to serve on boards

By Cheryl Wilkinson PREVIEW Columnist The San Juan Basin Area Agency on Aging (AAA) is seeking volunteers (age 60 plus) to serve at least three years on either the AAA…

Cooking at high altitude takes some adjustments

Cooking at high altitude takes some adjustments

By Roberta Tolan PREVIEW Columnist Mountain living is wonderful but presents challenges that don’t exist at lower elevations. Food preparation is one of these challenges, but you can be successful…