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WHIPS to hold June luncheon

By Lauri Ricky Special to The PREVIEW Women Helping In Pagosa Springs (WHIPS) will have its June luncheon at 11:15 a.m. on Tuesday, June 24, at the River Sports Bar…

Fourth-quarter middle school honor roll announced

By Jenifer Pitcher Special to The SUN The following students made Pagosa Springs Middle School’s fourth-quarter Honor Roll: Nicole Bartz, Tyler Bowdridge, Tristin Bowman, Chloe Bridges, Rose Buck, Aidan Carnrite,…

Caregivers: our better angels

“You have cancer.” Doesn’t matter what kind of cancer; doesn’t matter which doctor delivers the message. Nothing prepares you to hear the words. “You have cancer.” The statement is like…

Narrow minded

Dear Editor: This is written in response to Eugene Witkowski’s letter of June 12. I have read this man’s diatribes for several years and wondered how an individual could be…

Influence

Dear Editor: Influence of non-elected individuals. From the federal level down to special districts one sees the influence of non-elected individuals controlling the members of the governing body. On June…

Managing weeds requires knowledge and persistence

By Dana Hayward PREVIEW Columnist Any plant can be classified as a weed if it is unwanted, out of place, unattractive, poses a health or safety hazard, hosts pests such…

Summer solicitors: What to watch for with door-to-door

By Stephanie Carroll Carson Special to The PREVIEW Warmer weather comes along with summer, and so do the door-to-door solicitors. While many operate fairly and honestly, there are ways to…

Sheriff pledge

Dear Editor: Last week’s letter to the editor by Lisa Scott was titled “Oath of Office.” This is a misrepresentation of the original “Pledge for Sheriff Candidates” which I wrote,…

Meet Red Ryder at the rodeo

Meet Red Ryder at the rodeo

By Lisa Scott Special to The PREVIEW Sixty-five years. The Red Ryder Roundup Rodeo began in Pagosa Springs in 1949 and has been a town and rodeo tradition ever since.…

Inspired

Dear Editor: Last week as I attended Rural Philanthropy Days (RPD), I was truly inspired by all the good work being done by both local and regional nonprofits. About 350…