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Racket

Racket

Dear Editor: Imagine you hired someone to take care of your house, property and finances. You agreed to a wage, and duties to be performed. It begins OK, but then…

Cards of Thanks

Youth ranch All of us at Eagle’s Nest Youth Ranch would like to extend our heartfelt appreciation to the generous sponsors who helped make our first Wild West and Pumpkin…

Memorial Service-Tinnie Lattin

Memorial Service-Tinnie Lattin

Tinnie Lattin A memorial service for Tinnie Lattin is scheduled for 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 2, at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.…

Big picture

Big picture

Dear Editor: I read with interest a recent SUN editorial about the importance of holding on to some of Pagosa’s history and traditions. Here is a comment. I question the…

Engagement-Grams/Lupien

Engagement-Grams/Lupien

Warren Grams and Kathy Lupien have announced their engagement. A wedding date will be set for next summer.…

Contra Dance scheduled in Durango

By Samantha Brow Special to The PREVIEW A Contra Dance will be held Saturday Nov. 2, at  Park Elementary School, 510 E 6th Ave., Durango. A family Contra Dance takes…

A night of fashion, fun and friendship

A night of fashion,  fun and friendship

By Maria D. MacNamee Special to The PREVIEW Ladies, get ready for the third annual fall fashion show, Fashion’s Night Out. It will be held at the Ross Aragon Community…

Listens

Listens

Dear Editor: I would like to express my endorsement of a long-time friend and vet, Dr. Dwight Hooton, in his bid for election to the school board. Dwight has many…

UU Fellowship entertains an editor and writer

By Jean Strahlendorf Special to The PREVIEW In his editorials, as well as in his food columns, Karl Isberg addresses issues ranging from county politics to the potential pitfalls of…

CDOT encourages motorists to prepare for winter

Courtesy Colorado Dept. of Transportation “We have already experienced winter weather in many areas across the state and we know it can strike again at any time,” said CDOT Executive…