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Piedra Road contruction now six days per week

Motorists and residents in the area of Piedra Road can expect construction to continue on Saturdays. On Thursday, Archuleta County Public Works Director Ken Feyen authorized contractor Skanska to work…

Funeral for Carol Thomas to be held Monday

A funeral service for Carol Thomas (Sept. 28,1936 to Sept. 24, 2013) will be held Monday, Sept. 30 at 10 a.m. at Our Savior Lutheran Church.     Follow these…

Separating the wheat from the chaff

By Jean Strahlendorf Special to The PREVIEW The unique feature of Unitarian Universalism is that it draws spiritual wisdom and practice from many religious and spiritual sources. As Unitarian Universalists,…

Acclaimed quintet Canadian Brass to perform in Durango Oct. 2

Acclaimed quintet Canadian Brass to perform in Durango Oct. 2

By Indiana Reed Special to The PREVIEW Canadian Brass, the quintet that has earned the distinction of “the world’s most famous brass group,” comes to the Community Concert Hall at…

How to handle workplace disagreements

From the American Counseling Association Disagreements are part of any relationship and, for most of us, our jobs are as much a relationship as our marriages, family and friendships. In…

Devil Mountain Ultra — ‘One Hell of a Run’

Devil Mountain Ultra  — ‘One Hell of a Run’

By Kirsten Le Roux Special to The PREVIEW This Saturday, Sept. 28, marks the fifth anniversary of the Devil Mountain Ultra. In the early hours of the morning over 200…

Community band to rehearse for fall concert

Community band to rehearse for fall concert

By Heidi Tanner Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs Community Band will begin rehearsals  on Monday, Sept. 30, for its fall concert. Rehearsals will be held in the band…

Nerve gas

Nerve gas

Dear Editor: The talk about chemical weapons takes me back 60 years to the beginning of the cold war. I did my hitch at the U.S. Army Chemical Warfare Center…

A tribute to a gentleman and his music

A tribute to a gentleman and his music

By DC Duncan Special to The PREVIEW Professor John Graves is a true gentleman, by definition: “Someone who knows how to play accordion — but doesn’t!” In the old days,…

Get with it: consume, be happy

A friend is visiting, and he is a very smart person. He forgets, however, I am an idiot, neglects the fact I can’t concentrate on anything for more than 30…