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Obituary-Kenneth Earl McNutt

Obituary-Kenneth Earl McNutt

Kenneth Earl McNutt of St. George, Utah, a former resident of Pagosa Springs, age 72, passed away Jan. 10, 2014. He was born Aug. 6, 1941, in Houston, Texas to Earl Horace…

Parenting class helps to build positive relationships

Parenting class helps to  build positive relationships

By Michelle Carpenter Special to The PREVIEW The Incredible Years Parenting Class is a free opportunity offered to anyone who wants to build positive relationships with their children, who needs…

Frozen Mile Race

Frozen Mile Race

Photo courtesy Lynda Henderson Jack Searle, right, recognizes Frozen Mile Race competitors Ryder Searle, center, and Byron Castaneda last Saturday. Ryder won the inaugural event with a time of 5…

Eagle

Eagle

Photo courtesy Barbara Draper Residents of the Meadows subdivision have been treated to two eagles visiting their neighborhood over the past week. Both eagles are mature, as it takes about…

Avalanche Awareness talk

By Mark Mueller Special to The PREVIEW There will be a free Avalanche Awareness talk on Thursday, Jan. 23, from 6-8 p.m. in the Extension building at the Archuleta County…

Mayor Aragon

Mayor Aragon

Dear Editor: In last week’s issue of The Pagosa SUN, it was reported that Mayor Ross Aragon will step down as mayor after 36 years of service. The entire Pagosa…

Theatre

Theatre

Dear Editor: Pagosa Springs is a great place! It is where I can enjoy the natural beauty surrounding Pagosa Springs, the 4th of July parade, the feeling of belonging when…

The Grascals kick off 2014 Concert Hall season

The Grascals kick off 2014 Concert Hall season

By Indiana Reed Special to The PREVIEW One of the most beloved and acclaimed bands on today’s bluegrass scene, The Grascals will take the stage at the Community Concert Hall…

Making a positive impact in a ‘Big’ way

Making a positive impact in a ‘Big’ way

By Maggie Ives Special to The PREVIEW January is National Mentoring Month and we are celebrating 30 years of mentoring in Southwest Colorado. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Colorado…

Signs of Fall

Signs of Fall

PREVIEW photo Terri House Recent snow melt and winds uncover remainders of the fall. Sunny skies over the next week should uncover more treasures.   Follow these topics: Outdoors…