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Seniors to hold annual ‘Picnic in the Park’

By Cheryl Wilkinson PREVIEW Columnist On Friday, June 20, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., we will be having our first “Picnic in the Park” for the summer. We will…

Mulch your garden, support your community

By Aaron Kimple Special to The SUN Temperatures are up, streams are running and plants are starting to leaf out. You have begun to dress up the yard for the…

Live Entertainment 6/13/14-6/18/14

Friday Nello’s Bistro: Tim Sullivan, 6 p.m. Saturday East Side Market: Open Mic with JohnAlex, 10 a.m. Nello’s Bistro: Bluegrass Cadillac, 6 p.m. Riff Raff Brewing Company: Bob Hemenger, 6…

Relay for Life and 50 Shades of Purses

Relay for Life and  50 Shades of Purses

By Jeanette T. Bean Special to The PREVIEW One of Relay for Life’s anchors has always been the auction. This year, the ladies of Alpine Lakes Ranch are once again…

Pregnancy Center features free concert by Jason and Denise

Pregnancy Center features free concert by Jason and Denise

By Lisa Locke Special to The PREVIEW Hot on the heels of the release of their latest album, “Promised Land,” Jason Rose and Denise Chaney will perform a free concert…

Constitution class

Dear Editor: To those who announced a Constitution class (Greg Siehl, SUN 6-5-14) I offer my support and encouragement. To begin, I suggest that all those involved with the project…

Thingamajig Theatre Company announces 2014 summer season

By Tim Moore Special to The PREVIEW Looking for things to do in Pagosa Springs in the summer? Look no further than the Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts —…

USPO service

Dear Editor: Will Pagosa’s U.S. Postal Service ever remedy its substandard delivery service? During the five years I have resided here, I have received someone else’s mail in my box…

Things hidden, one cup at a time

By Jeff Smith Special to The PREVIEW Being wise about life means I have to have a few easy-to-recall answers for a vast array of problems. When it comes to…

Solid work ethic

Dear Editor: Richard Valdez (aka Richie) is running for the Republican nomination for Sheriff of Archuleta County, in the primary election Tuesday, June 24. I believe that Rich’s impressive resume…