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Constitutionalists

Dear Editor: For the first time in the 30 years I have lived In Arboles, there will be no Fourth of July parade; no veterans on the float throwing candy…

Center of Southwest Studies to open fashion exhibit

By Julie Tapley-Booth Special to The PREVIEW The museum at the Center of Southwest Studies at Fort Lewis College will celebrate the opening reception of “One Bead at a Time:…

Mary Jo Coulehan selected as parade grand marshal

Mary Jo Coulehan selected as parade grand marshal

By Jann C. Pitcher Special to The PREVIEW Pagosa Springs Rotary Club is honored to name Mary Jo Coulehan as the 2014 Rotary Fourth of July Parade grand marshal. The…

Depression in the elderly

By John Lough Special to The PREVIEW The signs of depression in an elderly person can be easy to miss. We may incorrectly assume that being depressed is just part…

Cards of Thanks

FFA Thank you to Aurora Wright and Skippy of Mud Shaver Car Wash  for sponsoring the Pagosa Springs High School FFA fundraiser car wash and getting us one step closer…

Voting for Smith

Dear Editor: We need a law enforcement partner. Why would someone vote for Carl Smith for sheriff? Well, first there is his experience, and I mean real world 21st century…

Cycling success

Cycling success

Photo courtesy Lindsay Nyquist Zach Graveson, of Pagosa Springs, was an integral part of Fort Lewis College’s recent cycling success: Fort Lewis College was named the No. 2 U.S.A. Cycling…

Support Carl

Dear Editor: Oprah Winfrey asked him to appear on her program for his expertise on juvenile crime. Heinous crimes he solved as a San Diego homicide detective have been featured…

Prevent animal-borne disease

By Claire Macpherson Special to The PREVIEW San Juan Basin Health reminds residents that, as summer approaches, so does the risk of contracting certain animal-borne diseases like rabies, West Nile…

Helen Keller would have appreciated Social Security’s efforts

By Nicole Tiggemann Special to The SUN June 27 is Helen Keller Day, a commemorative holiday established by President Jimmy Carter in 1980 on her 100th birthday. The first deaf…