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New Mammography Suite

New Mammography Suite

Photo courtesy Brad Cochennet Upper San Juan Health Service District board chairman Malcolm Rodger and Director of the Women’s Health Program at Pagosa Springs Medical Center Judy Cole cut a…

With mild temps, it’s time to think about watering

By Roberta Tolan PREVIEW Columnist Every day I look at the five-day forecast hoping for snow. As of this writing, there are still no major storms headed our way and…

Recipe contest winners announced

By Kathy Woodward Special to The PREVIEW The music of Sally Neel and Kathy Wadenfphul filled the air as participants in the second recipe contest fundraiser benefiting Friends of Pagosa…

Professor to speak on ‘The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration and Institutional Racism’

By Jean Strahlendorf Special to The PREVIEW On Jan. 26, the Pagosa Unitarian Universalist Fellowship will present an address previously given by Professor Michelle Alexander to the Unitarian Universalist Association’s…

Empty bowls

Empty bowls

Photo courtesy Tessie Garcia Peggy Shipman’s fourth-grade crew shows off the bowls they created for this weekend’s Empty Bowls event. The event, supporting local food banks, is being hosted by…

‘Boeing Boeing’ comes in for a landing

By Tim Moore Special to The PREVIEW Hard on the heels of their previous January season productions of “Office Space: The Musical” and “Guys on Ice,” Thingamajig Theatre Company kicked…

Down on the river

Down on the river

Photo courtesy Susan McAdams A male mallard stretches after his nap on the banks of the San Juan River downtown last Friday.    Follow these topics: Outdoors…

Colorado Parks and Wildlife begins hunting season structure review

By Randy Hampton Special to The SUN Colorado Parks and Wildlife will soon be seeking public input on the structure of the state’s big game hunting seasons for 2015 through…

Breaking the ‘banking’ habit while skiing

By Kimberlee Hutcherson SUN columnist One of the more common mistakes made in skiing at an advanced beginner to intermediate level is called banking. Banking occurs when a person leans…

Littles share stories of mentoring

Littles share stories of mentoring

By Maggie Ives Special to The PREVIEW January is National Mentoring Month and last week you read stories from the volunteers or “Bigs” involved with Big Brothers Big Sisters. This…