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UU to hold annual picnic Sunday

By Karen LeCour Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Unitarian Universalist Fellowship will not hold a service, this Sunday, Aug. 27. Instead, the Fellowship will enjoy food and camaraderie at…

Community invited to attend community conversation on death and dying

By David Bruzzese Special to The PREVIEW Death is a universal event that transcends many of the differences between us, but it’s not something we normally think and talk about.…

Dine al fresco at St. Patrick’s Shamrock Festival Saturday

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW You are invited to come and enjoy a fun evening of wonderful food and festivities under the big tent behind St. Patrick’s Episcopal…

Story blueprint: Writers’ seminar to be on developing story ideas

By April Holthaus Special to The PREVIEW You have an idea, but that’s as far as the idea development goes. The story won’t emerge or the plot fizzles in the…

St Patrick’s book sale this Saturday

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW St. Patrick’s Book Nook, located at 225 S. Pagosa Blvd. in the Parish building, is having a real blowout sale of used books…

Next wellness event set for Wednesday

The Pagosa Senior Center has a pilot program expanding health and wellness services to Archuleta County seniors. The program includes wellness and blood pressure monitoring, or allows individual area seniors…

Free seminar: What’s new in estate planning, trusts and charitable giving

By Simon Fuger Special to The PREVIEW There will be a free seminar on Monday, Aug. 28, at 6 p.m. at the Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts on the…

New henna body art event for teens and tweens and backpacks for all

Teens and tweens in the fifth through 12th grades are invited to a new henna body art event next Thursday, Aug. 31, from 4 to 5:30 p.m. You’ll learn about…

An eyewitness account of early Archuleta County election fraud

An eyewitness account of early Archuleta County election fraud

John Taylor, head of Archuleta County schools, wrote his memoirs years after leaving Archuleta County. He leaves us a good picture of the Anglo viewpoint concerning the election fraud alleged…

Accepting limits that make life better

By Jeff Smith Special to The PREVIEW A wise person accepts certain limits that make life better. Proverbs 10:31 reads, “The mouth of the upright man is budding with wisdom,…