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Plan to attend Friends of the Library book sale Aug. 15-16

The Friends of the Library’s annual book sale takes place Aug. 15 and 16. This is one of the most popular events of the summer because everyone wins by participating.…

Gypsy Players

We wish to give a huge thank you to Curtains Up Pagosa (CUP). In 2009 a friend of mine, Becca Stephens, founded The Gypsy Players and ever since that first…

Mud pies and forgiveness

By Daris Howard Special to The PREVIEW Isaac’s little 4-year-old granddaughter came running to him, filthy from toe to brow. He pulled her onto his lap and wiped some mud…

‘We covenant with each other’ at UU

By Jean Strahlendorf Special to The PREVIEW On Aug.10, the Pagosa Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (PUUF) will present a talk by Ruth Rinehart entitled “We Covenant With Each Other.” The covenant…

There is power in the written word

By Lanell Stuart Special to The PREVIEW The written word is powerful. It can make you think. It can make you see in your mind the beauty of the world…

Tournament nets almost $4,000 for scoreboard

Sue Jones, longtime Pagosa Springs resident and advocate of Archuleta School District’s athletic department, hosted the 31st annual blowout charity softball tournament this past weekend, with proceeds dedicated toward the…

EMS among the mostly highly certified in state

Archuleta County now boasts one of the most highly certified EMS (emergency medical services) units in the state, with nine paramedics recently earning critical care certification. “We are happy to…

Big Brothers Big Sisters

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Colorado would like to thank Dave and Sam Cordray of Saddle Up Outfitters for once again stepping up and offering BBBS horseback rides for…

4-H Livestock Auction

4-H Livestock Auction

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School continues to wrestle with issues around health center

While the Archuleta School District Board of Education could not make any official decisions at the retreat it held last week, it continued to discuss the issue of opening a…