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Pavilion

Pavilion

Dear Editor: At the Dec. 9 public information meeting concerning the proposed recreation center, I noted the downtown location being considered. Is this only because the site is “free” —…

Santa

Santa

Dear Editor: There really is a Santa. Shopping one day in town, a woman was buying a fleece blanket on sale. She thought it was a certain sale price; by…

Behavior

Behavior

Dear Editor: As the speaker of our Unitarian Universalist Church completed her talk and discussion, she added an unusual comment, something like “talking about our practices is not as important…

Obituary-Eugene Alexander Lohman, Jr.

Obituary-Eugene Alexander Lohman, Jr.

On Dec. 16, 2013, Sandy Lohman passed gently away at 90 while resting at Pine Ridge Assisted Living Facility for the last year. A more than 30-year resident of Pagosa…

How to make holiday travel less taxing

Though holiday travel is rarely hassle-free, many travelers would no doubt admit that enduring long lines at the airport or heavily trafficked highways are prices worth paying for the chance…

Miracle

Miracle

Dear Editor: I think it is fair to say that everyone has made mistakes in their past and will undoubtedly make more in the future. One of the beautiful things…

NRA members plan annual banquet

By Lesley Britton Special to The SUN Your local friends are throwing a party … and you’re invited. Join fellow NRA members, gun owners, sportsmen and hunters for a fun-filled…

Christmas Eve at St. Patrick’s brings classical tradition

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW Christmas Eve is a time for celebration and for most, it is a time for worship as we remember the birth of the…

Scrambled

Scrambled

Dear Editor: I wonder if the left is starting to panic? Seems that millions are losing their health insurance and losing access to their doctors and hospitals. Could it possibly…

Four talented local authors donate books to the library

By Carole Howard PREVIEW Columnist, and the Library Staff Local author Judith Horky’s third book, “Ageless! Never Too Old, Never Too Late,” is a forthright and inspiring look at what…