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Crying women, bruised egos and default buttons

Mike, our friend’s son, said to us, “I sat my folks down and told them, ‘You’re at the age you need to make some decisions. It will be easier to…

Curtains Up Pagosa to dedicate upcoming musical to John Graves

Curtains Up Pagosa to dedicate upcoming musical to John Graves

Cast members of the upcoming Curtains Up Pagosa winter production, “Beehive,” are busily putting on the final touches to the 1960’s rock music revue — filled with nostalgic sounds of…

Russ Hill Bazaar open for business

Russ Hill Bazaar open for business

By Barb Draper Special to The PREVIEW Truckloads of fresh greenery have been gathered, bags of pinecones have been picked up, the “elves” at the Methodist Church are hard at…

Salvation Army to deploy red kettles soon

By Nancy Rea Special to The SUN Soon you will hear bells ringing and see the smiling faces of volunteers manning the Salvation Army Red Kettle in Archuleta County. The…

Pagosa Springs High School Drama Club to present ‘Almost, Maine’

By Sean Downing Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs High School Drama Club proudly presents “Almost, Maine,” by John Cariani. Set in a small town … well, almost a…

Community Band concert Saturday at the high school

Community Band concert Saturday at the high school

By Heidi Tanner Special to The PREVIEW The Community Band’s fall concert is just a few days away. On Saturday, Nov. 15, the band will present a free concert in…

Americana Project presents ‘The Joe Show’ Nov. 18

By Bob Hemenger Special to The PREVIEW The Americana Project class at Pagosa Springs High School would like to invite you to help celebrate creativity in the public schools by…

Operation Christmas Child: Change a life with a shoebox

By Nancy Burke Special to The PREVIEW Stories from Operation Christmas Child shoebox distributions touch my heart every year. An adult or child lovingly packs each shoebox, and the impact…

‘Beehive’ provides good, old-fashioned fun

‘Beehive’ provides good, old-fashioned fun

After a long and tedious political season, it’s time to kick back and just have some fun. Curtains Up Pagosa is preparing just the opportunity to clap your hands, dance,…

Flying body parts and body language

Some of our favorite times in the car are with our family listening to books on tape. As we follow CSU Pueblo’s football games around the country, we listen and…