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FolkWest announces 2013 festival lineups

FolkWest announces 2013 festival lineups

By Crista Munro Special to The PREVIEW FolkWest is gearing up for another terrific festival season in Pagosa Springs! We’ll be kicking things off with the sixth annual Pagosa Folk…

Creative Pagosa: MAKERS in the community

Creative Pagosa: MAKERS in the community

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

CPW offers online Turkey School

The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Hunter Outreach program has begun a new online education program called the CPW Turkey School. The articles and information provided in the school are focused…

The Institute of Light presents ‘The Shift’

By Heidi Moller Special to The PREVIEW “The Shift” is a compelling portrait of three modern lives in need of new direction and new meaning. In his first-ever movie (written…

Grow up

Grow up

Dear Editor: OK, short and sweet. To those miscreants in Aspen Springs who are using East Stollsteimer Road as their personal garbage dump, I’ve got exciting news for you. First,…

FFA, Skills USA clubs to hold Saturday sale

By Kaylee Fitzwater Special to The SUN The Pagosa Springs High School’s newly-formed Future Farmers and Agriculture (FFA) Club and the Skills USA club will hold a yard sale March…

Reality check

Reality check

Dear Editor: I just finished a short “Living in Poverty” simulation program that represented in my case a month in the life of a single mother whose husband walked out…

Exercise care when collecting shed antlers

As antler collectors travel the backcountry in search of fresh sheds this coming spring, Colorado Parks and Wildlife reminds them to avoid stressing wildlife still struggling to survive the cold…

Lent — the season to be holy

By Jim Dallman Special to The PREVIEW Lent is the holiest season of the entire Christian year. Yet, in recent years there has been a dramatic decrease in the awareness…

Chimney Rock Interpretive Association receives National Volunteer Award

Chimney Rock Interpretive Association receives National Volunteer Award

By Ann Bond Special to The SUN The Chimney Rock Interpretive Association (CRIA) has been recognized nationally by the U.S. Forest Service for its unique partnership with the San Juan…