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San Juan Stargazers to view ‘Cosmos’ series

By Joan Mieritz Special to The PREVIEW The next regular meeting of the San Juan Stargazers will be on Thursday, May 22, at 7 p.m. at the Chamber of Commerce…

Karate

Karate

Photo courtesy LeRoy Lattin Stephen Haning and Karn Macht (back row, left to right) along with Lance Boyer and Korbin Macht (front row) show off the trophies they received at…

Two-edged sword

Dear Editor: Commissioner Lucero described the “Nuisance Ordinance” as a two-edged sword. It’s destructive no matter which way it is swung. In Aspen Springs there are many lots that need…

LPEA celebrates 75 years at annual meeting

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN Results of director elections in three of four districts of La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) will be announced at the electric cooperative’s annual…

Peter Morey to perform free concert Sunday

Peter Morey to perform free concert Sunday

By Dan Burch Special to The PREVIEW Former Pagosa Springs High School student Peter Morey will be performing a free concert on Sunday, May 25, at 6 p.m. at the…

Colorado’s Wildlife Action Plan to undergo review

Mike Porras Special to The SUN Colorado Parks and Wildlife has begun a comprehensive review of the State Wildlife Action Plan, or SWAP. As updates to the current vision for managing Colorado’s…

Local-Christopher Wegner

Local-Christopher Wegner

Christopher Wegner was recently promoted to the grade of colonel, United States Air Force, during a ceremony at Los Angeles Air Force Base. A former resident of Pagosa Springs and…

Auditions for Pagosa Springs girls’ and boys’ choirs Friday and Saturday

By Linda Parker Special to The PREVIEW For fifth- through eighth-grade girls and boys (2014-2015 school year), this week offers a unique opportunity to become members of the Pagosa Springs…

‘Red’ produces rich rewards

‘Red’ produces rich rewards

By R. Eli Townsend Special to The PREVIEW It’s a fine demonstration to the skills of director Melissa Firlit that she achieves the seemingly impossible in “Red,” opening at Pagosa Springs Center for the…

Dooley

Dooley

Photo courtesy Pat Jackson Dooley, a peregrine falcon injured near Durango, will be the star of the show on May 24 at Navajo State Park, when Pat Jackson of St.…