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Corpus sculpted for Pope John Paul II Catholic Church

Corpus sculpted for Pope John Paul II Catholic Church

By Roberto Garcia Special to The PREVIEW Father Don Malin called me about a year ago and I met with him  to discuss creating a four-foot bronze sculpture of a…

Kentucky Derby comes to Pagosa Springs

Kentucky Derby comes to Pagosa Springs

By Ming Steen Special to The PREVIEW Yes, you read it right:  Pagosa Springs Rotary Club will host the premiere edition of the Kentucky Derby Gala on May 4. This…

Pagosa students eligible for historic preservation poster contest

By James Dickhoff Special to The PREVIEW The Town’s Historic Preservation Board (HPB) is hosting the annual Historic Preservation Month poster contest for local youth. The HPB encourages all Pagosa…

Special

Special

Dear Editor: “We” are special. By “we,” I mean this community of ours. So much kindness surrounds us — young folks aware of their surroundings, looking to see a need.…

Honesty

Honesty

Dear Editor: Reference April 4 Pagosa SUN article, What about the chairlift? Town council again moves into executive session — secret meeting, so to speak. Again, behind our backs and…

Live Entertainment 4/11 – 4/17

Friday Bear Creek Saloon: DJ KTX, 9 p.m. Buffalo Inn: PBR Band, 9 p.m. On the Rocks aka Pagosa Pubworks: Bluegrass Cadillac, 7 p.m. Saturday Bear Creek Saloon: DJ KTX,…

Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs

Dear Editor: I believe we need to encourage an entrepreneurial spirit in Pagosa Springs to become vibrant again. As Mikal Belicove said in his keynote address in October 2011 at…

Condition horses for summer riding

By Carol Stewart Special to The SUN The monthly chapter meeting of the San Juan Back Country Horsemen will be held Monday, April 15, at the Extension Building, starting at…

Larry Pratt to speak at Lincoln Day event

By Jim Huffman Special to The SUN The Archuleta County Republican Central Committee and Republican Women are co-sponsoring the Lincoln Day Luncheon at noon Wednesday, April 17, at Nello’s.  This…

Habitat for Humanity to hold Recycled Arts Show

Habitat for Humanity to hold Recycled Arts Show

By Cindi Galabota Special to The PREVIEW Celebrate Earth Day with Habitat for Humanity of Archuleta County as we host our second annual Recycled Arts Show on April 19 and…