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K I S S — Keep It Simple, Stupid

By Jan Davis Special to The PREVIEW Isa. 55:9  — “For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways, and my thoughts…

The symbolism of light in religions

By Jean Strahlendorf Special to The PREVIEW On Sunday, Dec. 22, Pauline Benetti, accompanied by some members of the Pagosa Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, will present a program that centers on…

Jesus meets us in our messiness

By Dale Marks Special to The PREVIEW Bedbugs. Those nasty, nearly invisible creatures that can wreck a good night’s sleep and leave us uncomfortable for days. I have a friend…

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Seniors: Medicare and the Health Insurance Marketplace

SUN Columnist The Health Insurance Marketplace, a key part of the Affordable Care Act, will take effect in 2014. It’s a new way for individuals, families and employees of small…

Five unlikely women

By Jon Duncan Special to The PREVIEW The ancestry of Jesus the Messiah is listed for us in Matthew 1, and though we usually speed-read through that section — or…

Pagosa Cowboy Church to host two Christmas Eve services

By Betty Slade Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Cowboy Church will host two Christmas Eve Services on Tuesday, Dec. 24, at 6 and 9 p.m. The services will be…

Warm up winter with a dish that evokes summer days

Hearty winter meals have a tendency to lack the color and vitality that comes with fresh summer produce. But just because the days are shorter and people are bundled up…

Loaves and Fishes in urgent need of sponsors

Special to The SUN Loaves and Fishes of Archuleta County, a non-profit organization that provides free lunch every Thursday at the downtown Catholic Parish Hall on Lewis Street, is in…

Food preservation classes to start in January

By Terry Schaaf Special to The SUN The CSU Extension Office in Archuleta County is offering a series of classes on basic food preservation. Each class will cover basics of…