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Thingamajig’s ‘Beast’ is all beauty

Thingamajig’s ‘Beast’ is all beauty

By R.Eli Townsend Special to The PREVIEW Before there was “Frozen,” Disney had “Beauty and the Beast” as its obsessive hit with young children and teens alike. The animated version…

Full moon program at Chimney Rock tonight

By Nadia Werby Special to The PREVIEW Chimney Rock Interpretive Association (CRIA) invites you to watch the full moon rise above the San Juan Mountains while listening to live Native…

Kids and Kites Day slated at Navajo State Park

By Colorado Parks and Wildlife Special to The PREVIEW Children age 6 and older are invited to a kite-making and kite-flying event at Navajo State Park, on Saturday, June 14.…

This place

Dear Editor: This place … what makes us different? … in many ways … all of them good … love of nature, tolerance, support, encouragement, praise, help, respect … where…

StageStruck entertainment series continues

By Rick Artis Special to The PREVIEW Monday, June 16, StageStruck will again present a brand-new melodrama, “It’s All or Nothing or Twenty-One and No Beau in Sight.” This ensemble…

Learn to measure forest health

By Noah Chutz Special to The SUN Can we better prepare our community for wildfire? How does thinning a forest affect wildlife? San Juan Headwaters Forest Health Partnership (SJHFHP) and…

Women gather for ‘Make It Happen’

By Linda Morrison Special to The PREVIEW On Monday, June 16, at 5:30 p.m., all women of the community are invited to join another “Make It Happen” event at the…

Medical society offers scholarships

By John Snyder Special to The PREVIEW The La Plata Medical Society is proud to offer three college scholarships for the 2014-2015 school year. Applicants can apply online at www.laplatamedicalsociety.org.…

Local-Chris Nobles

Local-Chris Nobles

Chris Nobles, 2005 Pagosa Springs High School graduate, earned his Ph.D. in molecular virology and microbiology at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston on May 27. While a graduate student,…

Donations sought to help local replace destroyed home

By Teresa Mael Special to The SUN On Monday, May 19, a microburst hit Rae Elaine Maes’ house and tore the secondary roof off, severely damaging the structure of her…