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Wolf Creek Pass: The $76,000 road opens

Wolf Creek Pass: The $76,000 road opens

A Denver newspaper writer, describing the construction underway at Wolf Creek Pass on Oct. 22, 1915, penned the following words, “… The new road is forty-four miles long … The…

Class of 1982 reunion announced

Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs High School Class of 1982 Reunion Committee invites you to celebrate with all the familiar faces that you have missed the past decade.…

Southern Ute Indian Tribe and Sky Ute Casino Resort to host the 18th annual Non-Profit Money Booth

By Brenda Grajeda Special to The PREVIEW Fifteen nonprofit organizations from La Plata, Archuleta and San Juan counties will compete for their share of over $20,000 on May 18 at…

Some medical equipment for seniors available locally

Seniors who need walking canes, walkers and other durable medical equipment can check out both the Methodist Thrift Store at 427 Lewis St. and the Humane Society Thrift Store at…

United Way happenings, several ways to support

By Bill Hudgins Special to The PREVIEW Dining out for Easter? How about using United Way Dining Certificates and enjoying great food while helping United Way and its 12 partner…

Rise Above Violence: Victim Assistance gets a new name

By Casey Crow Special to The PREVIEW The year 2016 marked the 20th anniversary of the Archuleta County Victim Assistance Program (ACVAP). The local nonprofit serves victims of domestic violence…

Pagosa Springs Film Festival ‘inspires, educates and motivates’ and benefits Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership

Pagosa Springs Film Festival ‘inspires, educates and motivates’ and benefits Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership

By Sally High Special to The PREVIEW The Colorado Environmental Film Festival (CEFF) produces a three-day event in Golden each February. Its mission is “to inspire, educate and motivate” viewers…

Earth Week celebration: Activities, environmental expo and March for Science

By Denise Rue-Pastin Special to The PREVIEW The calendar for the Earth Day week of events continues to fill up and the Southwest Organization for Sustainability (SOS) would like to…

Violin and cello duo to bring contemplative music to Sunday Night Unplugged

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW This Sunday, April 8, at 5 p.m., St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church will offer its monthly Sunday Night Unplugged, an hour of music and…

What is pecking on my house and what can I do about it?

The snow is quickly melting, grass is beginning to green up and the birds are beginning their mating season. It must be spring. The full version of this story is…