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UU Fellowship to consider the ‘Second Source’

By John Graves Special to The PREVIEW On Sunday, June 30, the Pagosah Unitarian Universalist Fellowship will consider the “Second Source,”  in a DVD sermon by Rev. Angela Herrera,  associate minister at…

The cost of liberty

By Barb Kugle Special to The PREVIEW Those who had the courage to put their signature to a single sheet of parchment understood the import of what it might cost…

Everyone welcome at Homemakers’ auction

Everyone welcome at Homemakers’ auction

By Denny Rose Special to The PREVIEW Everyone — men as well as women — are cordially invited to come to a wonderful auction on Thursday, July 11, at 11:30…

Creative Pagosa: Todd Condon

Creative Pagosa: Todd Condon

The Pagosa Arts & Culture Project is building a web-based directory of all the creative people and businesses in the community. By creating this website, it will make these MAKERS…

Find your grail, before it’s gone

Find your grail, before it’s gone

By R. Eli Townsend Special to The PREVIEW You don’t need a pair of coconuts to have a great time at Thingamajig Theatre Company’s premiere presentation of “Spamalot,” running through…

Free concert series presents Motown at PSCA

Free concert series presents Motown at PSCA

By Laura Moore Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts continues its free summer concert series on Tuesday, July 9, at 7 p.m. with One on…

Gift

Gift

Dear Editor: It’s only days now till Dr. Jim Pruitt leaves his medical practice of thirty-plus years here in Pagosa. I have lived here twenty-nine years, and although Mark Weinpahl…

McKenzies Mill, country/rock music July 4 and 6

McKenzies Mill, country/rock music July 4 and 6

By Lisa Scott Special to The PREVIEW The Red Ryder Rodeo Committee is presenting McKenzies Mill, the next generation of country/rock music band, for two concerts: July 4 and July…

Birth-Flaugh

Birth-Flaugh

My mom and dad, Tabatha Short and Jeremiah Flaugh, along with my grandparents Kathy and Rick Short, and Darwin and Lisa Flaugh, want to show me off. Isabella Ann Flaugh,…

Health reminder: be aware of smoke

Liane Jollon, interim executive director of the San Juan Basin Health Department, has issued a health reminder due to the smoke from numerous wildfires affecting the air quality in southwest…