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Help children experience nature with Audubon

By Becky Gillette Special to The PREVIEW Back in the day, weekends and vacations for school-aged children meant long days playing outside — riding bikes, jumping in puddles, wading in…

Aspen Springs

Dear Editor: I want to congratulate Todd Shelton, the newly elected chairman of the Aspen Springs Metro District’s board of directors. He firmly took control of the meeting last Tuesday…

StageStruck Productions’ melodrama and mystery in full swing

By Rick Artis Special to The PREVIEW Monday, July 21, and each Monday through Aug. 25 (except Aug. 4), StageStruck Productions will present a brand new melodrama, “It’s All or…

Broadway musicals continue at Center for the Arts

By David Straight Special to The PREVIEW If it’s big, Broadway musicals you’re looking for, look no further this summer than the Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts. Thingamajig Theatre…

Back Country Horsemen to hear from veterinarians

By Bev Warburton Special to The SUN This month’s meeting of the San Juan Back Country Horsemen will be Monday, July 21. This month’s program is “Trail Traumas Due to…

Obituary-Lillie Lobato

Obituary-Lillie Lobato

1925-2014 Lillie Lobato, longtime resident of the Pagosa Springs area, passed away peacefully at home on July 9 with her family by her side. Lillie was born on Nov. 20,…

Responsible?

Dear Editor: I cried when I read Betty Slade’s article asking, “Who is responsible?” I evidently have been very sheltered for many years, because I have never gone through anything…

Learning lifesaving techniques

Learning lifesaving techniques

SUN photos/Shanti Johnson Members of the community learn critical CPR training from Carl Macht, Archuleta County coroner and trained medic. Macht told his class Monday evening that learning life saving…

Senior center gearing up for July 17 Medicare class

By Cheryl Wilkinson SUN Columnist Katy Deshler, our experienced Medicare counselor, will be offering a Medicare 101 class this month. The class will be held at the Pagosa Springs Senior…

Steep Ravine, Sunliner and Beth Wood to hit Folk Fest stage

Steep Ravine, Sunliner and Beth Wood to hit Folk Fest stage

By Crista Munro Special to The PREVIEW The 19th annual Four Corners Folk Festival will take place Aug. 29-31 on Reservoir Hill in downtown Pagosa Springs. This year’s lineup includes…