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Boxed in someone’s smallness

There are times when an article flies out of my head and it’s done. Other times, I struggle with an idea because it’s something I want to say without stepping…

Community Band begins rehearsals for Band-O-Rama

Community Band begins rehearsals for Band-O-Rama

By Larry Baisdon Special to The PREVIEW I guess I may have been in the seventh or eighth grade when I decided I wanted to be a band director when…

Square dance jubilee set for April 13

Square dance jubilee set for April 13

By Carla Roberts Special to The PREVIEW The Wild West Squares teaching program invites you to a free community square dance party, “Wild West Jubilee,” at 7 p.m. on April…

Award-winning environmental films to benefit Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership’s construction

Award-winning environmental films to benefit Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership’s construction

Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership’s (GGP) construction on the San Juan River began in August 2015 with the site preparation for three greenhouses. The nonprofit GGP brings the Colorado Environmental Film Festival…

Friday’s ‘Over the Rainbow’ to benefit Girls Choir

By Linda Parker Special to The PREVIEW The wine has arrived, the table decorations are ready and the baskets have been wrapped in preparation for the Pagosa Springs Girls Choir’s…

Hoedown with The High Rollers for a good cause

By Pennie DeClark Special to The PREVIEW Tickets are going fast for Our Savior Lutheran fundraiser, “A Colorado Guys and Gals Country Hoedown with The High Rollers,” on March 19.…

St. Patrick’s Irish Festival boasts world’s shortest parade

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW The people of Pagosa Springs seldom need an excuse to celebrate. We love a good party and welcome the opportunity to come together…

‘Over the Rainbow’ fundraiser helps Girls Choir educational programs

By Linda Parker Special to The PREVIEW Anyone who has ever seen “The Wizard of Oz” knows that Dorothy had to go “Over the Rainbow” for her dreams to come…

Final Whadyacallit Drag Wednesday set for March 9

By Audrey Layne Crocker Special to The PREVIEW The shoes are polished. The lashes are ready. The dresses have been chosen and the songs rehearsed. Beverly takes a deep breath…

St. Patrick’s Irish Festival boasts world’s shortest parade

St. Patrick’s Irish Festival boasts world’s shortest parade

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW The people of Pagosa Springs seldom need an excuse to celebrate. We love a good party and welcome the opportunity to come together…