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Information sought for Community Resource Directory

By Erica DeVoti Special to The SUN The third edition of the Pagosa Springs Area Community Resource Directory is about to be released. One of the goals of this directory…

Free trees available to groups looking to help wildlife

By Aislinn Maestas Special to The SUN National Wildlife Federation is currently taking applications for organizations and groups wishing to hold a native tree planting this fall as part of…

Positive

Positive

Dear Editor: I am going to mention two very different topics. In my last two letters, I mentioned visionaries. Do you know Jackie Welch? Well, you should. She is the…

The Little Black Dress Affair planning machine

The Little Black Dress Affair planning machine

By Dee McPeek Special to The PREVIEW It truly takes a village — to raise a child and to plan a fund-raiser to help educate a child. Each year, Seeds…

Lack of prayer produces problems

By Connie Peters Special to The PREVIEW You can approach prayer as loving communication … or as a chore, like doing the windows. Imagine what your human relationships would be…

Entries due for Pagosa Springs Photography Club exhibit

By Jeff Laydon Special to The PREVIEW This is an urgent call for entries for the Pagosa Springs Photography Club Juried Print Exhibition.  Due to a change in venue, the…

College Fair planned for Sept. 18

By Mark Thompson Special to The SUN The counseling department of Pagosa Springs High School will host College Night on Wednesday, Sept. 18, from 7-8:30 p.m. in the high school…

Thingamajig season tickets — more than just theatre

Thingamajig season tickets — more than just theatre

By Laura Moore Special to The PREVIEW   On Aug. 28, Thingamajig Theatre Company announced its 2013-14 season to current subscribers in an exclusive party at the Pagosa Springs Center…

Registration open for Whatchamawhozit’s children’s theatre class

Registration open for Whatchamawhozit’s children’s theatre class

By Laura Moore Special to The PREVIEW Thingamajig Theatre Company children’s program — the Whatchamawhozits are getting ready to start another incredibly fun and educational round of classes on Sept.…

When I’m king

When I’m king

Dear Editor: Finally, deficit reduction. Let me make this factual and simple. One of Obama’s current campaigning statements is, “I reduced the deficit more than any other president in over…