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Dressing up after the change

By Hank Slikker Special to The PREVIEW I’ve never been much on fashion, but how I appear in public has a little bit to do with how I dress. I…

New Thought to hear ‘The 7 Laws of Peace and Solution’

By Lisa Burnson Special to The PREVIEW Pagosa Community of New Thought will present “The 7 Laws of Peace and Solution” at 10 a.m on Sunday, July 16, and will…

Church of Christ’s Vacation Bible School set for July 17-21

By Dorman Diller Special to The PREVIEW Include Vacation Bible School (VBS) at the Pagosa Springs Church of Christ in your plans next week. The annual free VBS at the…

UU topic: ‘The Human Abyss and the Wisdom It Contains’

By Dean Cerny Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Unitarian Universalist Fellowship invites you to attend a program titled “The Human Abyss and the Wisdom It Contains,” with Pastor Dean…

F​ree gardening talk: ​​‘Weeds: How to Prevent Them. Not Just A Chemical Talk’

By Leslie Wustrack Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs Community Gardeners are offering a special opportunity to learn about the ​natural ​prevention of weeds. Ethan Proud, the new Archuleta…

Nonprofits may apply for monetary donation

By Tozi Rubin Special to The PREVIEW Nonprofit organizations in Pagosa Springs are invited to apply for a Mountain View Homemakers monetary donation. The deadline is Aug. 11 to submit…

Free viewing of ‘The Shack’ to be offered at Liberty Theatre

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW One of the most powerful films released in the past year is the movie “The Shack,” based on the best-selling book of the…

$195 million in new federal funding available to address mental health and substance abuse

The Department of Health and Human Service (HHS) recently announced that $195 million in new federal funding is available for health centers to increase access to mental health and substance…

Rise Above Violence awarded $25,000 from Tony Grampsas Youth Services Program

Special to The SUN The Tony Grampsas Youth Services (TGYS) Program, a program of the Colorado Department of Human Services, announced last week grant awards totaling $8,884,506 to 95 community-based…

‘Let’s Talk Colorado’ campaign works to reduce the stigma around mental illness

By Lauren Pope Special to The SUN San Juan Basin Public Health (SJBPH) is working with a coalition of partner organizations on a new public health campaign called “Let’s Talk…