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Trinity Anglican Church holds Women’s Bible Study

By Norma Harman Special to The PREVIEW The women of Trinity Anglican Church are beginning a new Bible Study on a “Women’s Devotional Guide to the Bible” by Jean Syswerda.…

Benefit bridge tournament set for Monday

Archuleta Seniors Inc. is cooperating with Ruritan Club of Pagosa Springs to invite bridge players to the eighth annual Bridge Tournament, Monday, Aug. 10. The event will be at the…

Save the date for the 2015 Auction for the Animals

By Mike Stoll Special to The PREVIEW On Aug. 21, the Humane Society of Pagosa Springs will host the annual Auction for the Animals, a fun evening of sumptuous dining,…

Bridge tournament to help dialysis patients with travel expenses

By Robert Starnes Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs chapter of Ruritan National Inc. is sponsoring a bridge tournament to benefit dialysis patients in Pagosa Springs. The tournament is…

Shamrock Festival a fun way to give

Shamrock Festival a fun way to give

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW Visitors to Pagosa Springs often comment on the beauty of our surroundings, as well as the beautiful people who live here. Pagosa Springs…

Pagosa Unitarian Universalist Fellowship program topic: quiet mind, open heart

By Sue Anderson Special to The PREVIEW On Sunday, Aug. 2, at 10:30 a.m., Claudia Smith will lead an exploration into social activism from a Buddhist perspective as discussed in…

Presiding bishop to be at Trinity Anglican Church Sunday

By Norma Harman Special to The PREVIEW The presiding bishop of the Reformed Episcopal Church will be at Trinity Anglican Church on Sunday, Aug. 2. Bishop Royal U. Grote will…

Taking off the training wheels

By Jan Davis Special to The PREVIEW Our mama died when we were very young and Daddy couldn’t bear the thought of losing one of us. He lived in fear…

Pagosa Country in the 1890s and the disappearing Wild West

Pagosa Country in the 1890s and the disappearing Wild West

We’ve been reporting news items written in the Pagosa Springs newspaper during the early 1890s. Today’s selected items give the reader a feeling for social events taking place at the…

All animals to be checked for vesicular stomatitis before entering county fair

Vesicular stomatitis (VS) is a viral disease that primarily affects cattle, horses, swine and, occasionally, sheep and goats. To help protect animals brought into the Archuleta County Fair, either for…