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Benefit concert will support agricultural program

By Jane Parker Special to The PREVIEW Please join us for a fun evening of great music, food and loads of silent auction items at the Haiti Benefit concert to…

The Americana Project presents Jaden Carlson Trio

The Americana Project presents Jaden Carlson Trio

By Bob Hemenger Special to The PREVIEW Each semester, the Americana Project class at Pagosa Springs High School is given the task to produce a concert with a professional act.…

Free yourself

Dear Editor: Americans have forgotten who they are, and we are slaves because of it. Who are you? A subject of government, or a sovereign that created government? Who are…

McCabe Creek Bridge

Town planner James Dickhoff has asked for a chance to clarify his most recent report to town council concerning the McCabe Creek Bridge project. The $2.1 million increase in projected…

Cards of Thanks

‘Hairspray’ Huge gratitude and the biggest of thank yous to Dan and Venita Burch, Darcy DeGuise, Sally Neel, Kurt Laverty, Susie Tanner, Lisa Scott, Doris Leitch and Jean Garcia for…

Storm spotter training course offered

By Jim Pringle Special to The SUN The National Weather Service will present the 2014 Severe Storm Spotter Training course on Wednesday, April 23, in Pagosa Springs. Attendees will learn…

Birth-Ketchum

Birth-Ketchum

Zach and Lisa Ketchum, along with their children, Cooper, Augustus and Josephine, are happy to introduce the newest member of the Ketchum family, Ralen Calliham Ketchum. Ralen was born at Mercy…

Weminuche Wilderness required registration program postponed

By Ann Bond Special to The SUN The San Juan and Rio Grande national forests will be postponing implementation of a required registration program for the Weminuche Wilderness, which was…

Holy week services announced

Holy Week at Community United Methodist ChurchBy Don Ford Special to The PREVIEW Easter Sunday is fast approaching. It is the most meaningful of all Christian holidays. It is the…

Audubon meeting features arborglyphs expert

Audubon meeting features arborglyphs expert

By Becky Herman Special to The PREVIEW The Weminuche Audubon Society monthly meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 16, in the senior dining room of the…