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Take time to winterize your horse

By Jim Smith SUN Columnist Cold weather usually does not affect horses as suddenly or dramatically as it does us humans. Horses are very adaptable to cold weather, but they…

Loaves and Fishes: Stepping up to serve

Loaves and Fishes: Stepping up to serve

Special to The PREVIEW   Members of the board of Loaves and Fishes met this past week with representatives of churches and organizations that have volunteered to cook and serve…

Free guitar classes at the community center

By Traci Bishop SUN Columnist Ever wanted to learn how to play the guitar? Or, maybe just get a refresher? If so, now is your chance. Tyler Fearon and the…

Help eliminate poverty in Pagosa Springs

By Rev. Donald A. Ford Special to The SUN Circles is a national campaign designed to help families out of poverty by surrounding those in need with allies that build…

Archetypal energy and karma

Special to The PREVIEW On Sunday, Jan. 27, the Pagosah Unitarian Universalist Fellowship service topic will be “Understanding Jungian Archetypal Energy and the Buddhist Concept of Karma,” presented by Debra…

Catholic Church to host Super Bowl party

By Roxanne Schick Special to The PREVIEW We are having a Super Bowl Party on Sunday, Feb. 3, ,at Pope John Paul II Catholic Church. Many activities are planned, including…

Help for job seekers at your library

PREVIEW Columnist, and the Library Staff The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment’s Workforce Center services are now available at your library through the Virtual Workforce Center.  The small conference…

January is National Mentoring Month

By Maggie Ives Special to The SUN Big Brothers Big Sisters is one of the premier mentoring organizations for children in America. We strive to help children facing adversity by…

Reservoir Hill, fire protection and a flood

  Between 1900 and 1910, Pagosa Springs was a booming, developing community. Prosperity fueled by two large lumber companies provided jobs and propelled modernization. The railroad came to town, literally.…

Disaster loans available for area farmers, ranchers

Farmers and ranchers may be eligible for USDA loans for production losses caused by drought and related disasters that have occurred in 2012. Archuleta County farmers and ranchers may be…