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Hunting stories and brotherly love

My Sweet Al jumped at the chance of hunting with his brother. He spent two weeks getting ready. He carried totes of hunting gear from the garage to the house.…

Music director steps down from Curtains Up Pagosa

By Dale Johnson Special to The PREVIEW Curtains Up Pagosa (CUP) has announced the resignation of its longtime music director, Sally Neel. In March, Neel was diagnosed with stage 4…

Cast of ‘Elf the Musical’ announced

Cast of ‘Elf the Musical’ announced

By Dale Johnson Special to The PREVIEW Curtains Up Pagosa (CUP) is excited to announce the terrific cast for its winter show, “Elf the Musical.” For this production, performance rights…

Volunteers working to make Little Black Dress Affair: Prom Night special

Volunteers working to make Little Black Dress Affair: Prom Night special

By Dee McPeek Special to The PREVIEW The engine of our small town is fueled by the energy of volunteers. Every nonprofit organization relies on people power for successful events…

Latin-fusion concert extravaganza to raise money for Archuleta County seniors Friday, Sept. 29

By Lisa Saunders Special to The PREVIEW For one night only, locals can experience the entertainment extravaganza of the year, a hot and spicy blend of music and dance featuring…

Get ready to do the Chile Cha Cha

Get ready to do the Chile Cha Cha

By Jacque Aragon Special to The PREVIEW Are you ready to do the Chile Cha Cha? The Brooks-i Band will be bringing its original party rock ‘n’ roll dance music…

Third annual Jewels and Jeans Barn Dance set for Oct. 21

By Roberta Tolan Special to The PREVIEW Mark your calendars for the Pagosa Springs Rotary third annual Jewels and Jeans Barn Dance on Oct. 21, from 7 to 11 p.m.…

Does your green chile have what it takes to win?

Does your green chile have what it takes to win?

By Jacque Aragon Special to The PREVIEW Here in southwestern Colorado, the fall season arrives with shorter days, cooler nights and bushels of fresh roasted green chiles. Our small town…

Operation Christmas Child shoe boxes bring hope

By Linda George Special to The PREVIEW As you go through your morning routine, brushing your teeth, taking a warm shower and having your favorite beverage, do you think about…

San Juan Symphony to kick off Season 32: American Visions on Oct. 7 and 8 in Durango and Telluride

By Kathy Myrick Special to The PREVIEW San Juan Symphony Music Director Thomas Heuser officially begins his second season with “Pastoral Reverence,” the first concerts of Season 32: American Visions.…