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Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month coming to an end, but the work continues

By John Finefrock and Cheryl Bowdridge Rise Above Violence Rise Above Violence February’s Teen Dating Violence Awareness month is coming to an end, but the work to prevent relationship violence…

Gallegos family

The family of Chris Gallegos would like to extend a special thanks to the community of Pagosa Springs. There are not enough words to describe the amazing tribute and display…

Public Meetings

The following meetings are subject to change. Thursday, Feb. 25 San Juan Basin Public Health Board of Health meeting. 9 a.m. Zoom meeting. Pagosa Springs Town Council work session. 5…

Local Rotary responds to victims

Rise Above Violence would like to recognize the generous contributions of the Pagosa Springs Rotary Club for their continued recognition and support for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. …

Senior News: Meals on Wheels: Let’s do lunch

By Cheryl Wilkinson PREVIEW Columnist Meals on Wheels (MOW) is recognized nationally for providing meals and a friendly connection to those who are homebound. Since April, we’ve doubled the number…

Library News: Expanded hours will start March 1

By Carole Howard PREVIEW Columnist, and the library staff Starting on Monday, March 1, your library will be expanding the hours we are open to serve you: • Monday, Wednesday,…

Local veteran honored

Local veteran honored

By Linda Hobbs Sarah Platt Decker Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution Roy D. Vega has been named by the Sarah Platt Decker Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR)…

Extension Viewpoints: Eggs in the pressure cooker

By Terry Schaaf PREVIEW Columnist Have you ever had an issue with fresh eggs not peeling well? I have and I hate to peel eggs when they just won’t peel.…

Pagosa’s Past: Fort Lewis, Fort Massachusetts, Fort Garland and Fort Lowell

Pagosa’s Past: Fort Lewis, Fort Massachusetts, Fort Garland and Fort Lowell

By John M. Motter PREVIEW Columnist In the early days when white and Hispanic settlers first started exploring San Juan Country in search of gold, the Southern Utes they found…

Group provides ‘Sunshine Boxes’ to area schools

Group provides ‘Sunshine Boxes’ to area schools

By Tanice Ramsperger National Society Daughters of the American Revolution The Sarah Platt Decker Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, kicked off its new program last week: Community…

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