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Red Cross encourages public to download free, lifesaving apps

By Patricia Billinger Special to The PREVIEW Last week Colorado observed Severe Weather Awareness Week — a time when Colorado residents and visitors need to be prepared for the dangers…

We are Pagosa

Dear Editor: I recently took a stroll around Yamaguchi Park, a memorial to the veterans of this early family who came, stayed, and served. As I strolled around, thinking of…

Pagosa Springs inspires endurance horse riding

By Kirsten Le Roux Special to The SUN Mike Le Roux dismounts his horse “Big Shooter” and, clad in his Lycra jogging pants and running shoes, he’s unlikely to be…

Elementary school plans Book Fair Fiesta

By Lisa Scott Special to The PREVIEW Pagosa Springs Elementary School will host the Scholastic Book Fair May 5-15 during school hours in the school library. Families, teachers and the…

Births

The following is the list of March births with parents from Pagosa Springs, as reported by Mercy Regional Medical Center: Janae and Brad Ash, Camden William, 6 pounds, 9 ounces,…

Rotary Club announces community grants

Rotary Club announces community grants

By Livia Lynch Special to The PREVIEW The Rotary Club of Pagosa Springs would like to announce its community grants for the year. Hospice of Mercy received a $1,000 Rotary…

Feeling pressure

Dear Editor: You can take it to the bank, Obama is feeling the pressure. Something’s gone wrong with his liberal lefty outlook. The public is skeptical. Government isn’t trusted. Folks…

Exploring existence of a Higher Power

By Jean Strahlendorf Special to The PREVIEW On April 27, the Pagosa Unitarian Universalist Fellowship will present a talk entitled, “Existence of a Higher Power in Unitarian Universalism: What do…

Exchange Student

Exchange Student

Photo courtesy Eileen Day Pagosa Springs High School junior Harrison Day has been selected to be a Rotary International Ambassador and Exchange Student to Brazil for the 2014-2015 school year.…

Spring workshops, events are plentiful

By Cheryl Wilkinson PREVIEW Columnist We had a great turnout at our Senior Center Grand Re-Opening on April 17. The ice cream buffet offered everything from a plain bowl of…