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In anticipation of peace

By Dale Marks Special to The PREVIEW Anticipation. Expectantly waiting on the outcome. Anxious over the future. There are times when anticipation can be a wonderful thing. The first snowfall…

More early reports about the springs

More early reports about the springs

We have been writing about the 1859 visit to the Pagosa Hot Springs by Capt. John M. Macomb, a topographical engineer for the United States Army. Macomb’s expedition was accompanied…

Cards of Thanks

Mesa Heights Halloween is over and the residents of Mesa Heights would like to extend a big thank you to the Alley House, Farrago’s, the Back Room Wine Bar and…

Clicking along at breakneck speed

The room is dark. I’ve got the covers pulled up to my chin, my arms are at my sides, my eyes are wide open. I’ve got the old thinking cap…

St. Patrick’s to celebrate St. Andrew’s Day Dec. 1

Special to The PREVIEW St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church will honor St. Andrew, the patron saint of Scotland, at 10 a.m. the first Sunday in Advent, Dec. 1. St. Andrew’s Day…

Extension provides winter driving tips

By Roberta Tolan SUN Columnist This is the second in a series of articles on keeping ourselves, family, animals and homes safe during the cold winter months. Only the worst…

Upcoming events at Centerpoint Church

By Pastor Jon Duncan Special to The PREVIEW Centerpoint Church has several upcoming events that we would like to invite you to. • Danni Oertli Christmas Concert Saturday, Nov. 23,…

Choosing insurance in the state exchange

By Trudy Lieberma Rural Health News Service Special to The SUN Let’s face it, buying health insurance is not fun. It’s hardly like shopping for a new computer. But if…

Veterans for Veterans plan first golf fund-raiser

By Larry Jelinek Special to The SUN Veterans for Veterans of Archuleta County was represented well at the annual Veterans Day breakfast hosted by the eighth-grade American History class at…

Reverence, an ancient, forgotten, cardinal virtue

By Jean Strahlendorf Special to The PREVIEW On Sunday, Nov. 24, Jean Strahlendorf will present a talk at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship on reverence as a virtue receding in our…