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Jeff Scroggins and Colorado at the community center April 18

By Paul Roberts Special to The PREVIEW Join us for a world-class bluegrass concert when Jeff Scroggins and Colorado take the stage at the Ross Aragon Community Center, 7:30 p.m.,…

Members sought for Pagosa Springs Planning Commission

By James Dickhoff Special to The SUN This is a great opportunity for those interested in serving our community: The Pagosa Springs Town Planning Commission is seeking interested town residents…

In Step Dance club hosts workshops

By Deb Aspen Special to The PREVIEW Attention country and ballroom dancers: Get ready to boogie ‘til those proverbial cows find their way home, and be ready to sizzle in…

Cottage Food Bill opens trade to home producers

By Abby Linzie Special to The SUN The Cottage Food Bill, passed in 2012, allows for certain foods to be produced in home kitchens for direct sales. The Pagosa Farmers…

Public forum: required registration program for Weminuche Wilderness visitors

By Ann Bond Special to The SUN The San Juan and Rio Grande National Forests have scheduled public forums to be held this spring regarding a required registration program for…

A Colorado Night to Remember to benefit OSLS

By Alicia Brodner Special to The PREVIEW Our Savior Lutheran School will host A Colorado Night to Remember, the annual fund-raiser at Keyah Grande on Saturday, April 27, from 5:30–9…

Overtaxed

Overtaxed

Dear Editor: I wonder if anyone else is noticing the disturbing shift towards a socialist state by our local governments, town and county. The governments of this great republic were…

Responding to the challenges of cancer

By John Graves Special to The PREVIEW On Sunday, April 14, the Pagosah Unitarian Universalist Fellowship service topic will be ”A Multi-Dimensional Approach to Preventing and Healing from Cancer,” presented by…

Flier

Flier

Dear Editor: In last week’s paper, you urged our local government to be more open and honest about their activities. That same day, I received a campaign flier from five…

Enemy

Enemy

Dear Editor: Let’s take a close look at what we have allowed to happen to us over the last few decades. We’ve accepted 60 million laws to regulate our lives.…