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Cheers

Cheers

SUN photo/Pat Artis Future Pirate Cheerleaders work to entertain the crowd on hand for last Saturday’s basketball games against the Centauri Falcons. The youngsters perform annually at the finish of…

Joann and Jerry Sager visit the Senior Center

By Becky Herman PREVIEW Columnist I have to begin with a personal note in this Senior News column. At lunch on Friday, our table had a particularly enjoyable experience. We…

SHY RABBIT ARTAdvantage offers printmaking scholarship

SHY RABBIT ARTAdvantage offers printmaking scholarship

By Denise Coffee Special to The PREVIEW SHY RABBIT Contemporary Arts’ mission is to promote, teach and nurture the creation of and appreciation for contemporary arts. One of SHY RABBIT’s…

Honor Band

Honor Band

Photo courtesy Chris Hinger Pagosa Springs Middle School students named to the San Juan Valley Music Education Association honor band and/or the Fort Lewis College Select honor band include (back…

Empty Bowls fills local food banks

Empty Bowls fills local food banks

By Tessie Garcia Special to The PREVIEW Pagosa Springs Elementary School is hosting the fifth annual Empty Bowls Event this Saturday, Jan. 25, from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.  Students, craftspeople, artisans…

Americana Project

Americana Project

PREVIEW photo/Randi Pierce A familiar sight to anyone who’s taken in an Americana Project performance, this guitar was from one of the first fundraisers to help the high school class…

Relay for Life

Relay for Life

Dear Editor: March 28th will mark four years without my wife, Susan. I still mourn her loss to colon cancer. Not long following her untimely death, my good friend, Stan…

Real estate home connection

Question: As a current homeowner, do I qualify for the Mortgage Interest Deduction? Answer: Most home buyers must borrow money to purchase a home. Having housing-related tax provisions like the…

A breach of contract

A breach of contract

At today’s meeting of the Pagosa Springs Town Council, the town manager will be asking council to change his current employee agreement to allow for a $1,200 monthly housing allowance…

Open source churching for the common good

By James D. Sanderson PREVIEW Columnist The first time I heard the term “open source” it had to do with software. Open source software could be modified, expanded, shared or…