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Mountain High Gardeners to explore organic gardening

By Melissa McDonald Special to The PREVIEW Members and guests of Mountain High Gardeners have a unique opportunity to learn more about organic farming in Pagosa Country at its upcoming…

‘A Colorado Night to Remember’ supports Lutheran school

By Pennie DeClark Special to The PREVIEW Come have a wonderful time at the beautiful Keyah Grande guest house and support the children of Our Savior Lutheran School. Our fundraiser,…

Lynch integrity

Dear Editor: I have had the privilege of knowing Bob Lynch for the past 12 years. I know Bob as a person of high integrity and unquestionable character. He is…

Women urged to get screened during National Women’s Health Week

By Karen Forest Special to The PREVIEW Each year, Mother’s Day kicks off Women’s Health Week, a time to focus on the women in our lives and encourage them to…

National Day of Prayer service

By Alan L. Te Brink Special to The PREVIEW The Allison Community Presbyterian Church will be hosting a National Day of Prayer service on May 1. The service will begin…

Lynch for LPEA

Dear Editor: Fifth-generation Archuleta County citizen, basketball coach, business leadership and organization improvement skills. Bob Lynch isn’t a party line kind of guy — he understands the cooperative part of…

Community cemetery cleanup planned

By Shari Pierce Special to The SUN Traditionally, community members have come together to spruce up Hilltop Cemetery prior to the Memorial Day holiday. This year, you are invited to…

StageStruck presents summer lineup

By Rick Artis Special to The PREVIEW StageStruck Productions, the production arm of Springs Theatre Company, is pleased to announce its summer 2014 season. In a departure from previous seasons,…

GECKO awards annual scholarships

GECKO awards annual scholarships

By Stewart Bellina Special to The PREVIEW On Tuesday, April 22, GECKO (Giving Every Child Knowledge of the Outdoors) celebrated its 2014 class of scholarship recipients. GECKO volunteers hosted the…

Green all the way

Dear Editor: I enthusiastically support Bob Lynch as the best candidate for the LPEA Board. I know that some in our local population want to continue the long-standing, good ol’…