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Student communications: 2016 edition

By Daris Howard Special to The PREVIEW Most of my college students are bright, fun to teach, and work hard. But each semester I get interesting letters, emails, phone calls,…

‘The Power of Music’ this evening at library

By Paul Roberts Special to The PREVIEW Musicians Jessica Peterson and Paul Roberts will present “The Power of Music” at the Ruby Sisson Lifelong Learning Lecture Series, tonight, Thursday, Nov.…

Volunteers to collect food/cash donations for community food banks

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN Responding to community needs in advance of the holidays, the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (Local IBEW 111 26A), of La Plata Electric…

Pagosa Springs resident featured in The Old Farmer’s Almanac cookbook

By Colleen McMahon Special to The PREVIEW Pagosa Springs resident Leslie Shepard’s recipe for Best-Ever Hawaiian Shrimp Tacos is featured in The Old Farmer’s Almanac’s new cookbook, “Reader’s Best Recipes…

Days and times change for adult education and high school equivalency sessions

Please note that the days and times for Mark Wardell’s classes at your library for the high school equivalency (formerly known as GED) classes have changed. Effective immediately, they are…

St. Patrick’s preparing for Christmas Tea

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW For many in Pagosa Springs, the best way to get into the Christmas spirit is by attending St. Patrick’s annual Christmas Tea. This…

The Adobe: From the Buckles and Schultz Hall to Los Banos Hotel

The Adobe: From the Buckles and Schultz Hall to Los Banos Hotel

The community suffered a sadness recently when the Bear Creek Saloon and Grill burned. When I moved to Pagosa Springs ca. 1970, the building was known as the Los Banos…

Rotary’s Feed Our Children beginning sixth year

By Jo Bridges Special to The PREVIEW Pagosa Springs is not a community that readily accepts the notion that any of our children should experience hunger. However, it is happening…

New Thought to unravel the ‘Riddle of Simplicity’

By Carla Ryan Special to The PREVIEW Nov. 13 will feature the Rev. Carla Ryan’s presentation entitled “Consciousness of Gratitude: A Riddle of Simplicity.” Joining her for the Sunday morning…

Veterans Day events and ceremonies

Special to The PREVIEW With Veterans Day tomorrow, several events are on the calendar to honor those in our community who have served and protected our country. Veterans Day Breakfast…