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Don’t cry over sour milk

By Connie L. Peters Special to The PREVIEW After 35 years of marriage, my husband and I still go our rounds. This one started with a bit of milk. My…

1879 Pagosa Country: A powder keg waiting to explode

1879 Pagosa Country: A powder keg waiting to explode

Pagosa Country in 1879 was a powder keg waiting to explode. The Southern Utes had been assigned a reservation, but were bitter and disillusioned with the white man who had…

Candy donations and volunteers needed for Halloween party

The Ross Aragon Community Center is now looking for donations of candy for this year’s Halloween Party. Over 700 kids and 400 adults are expected attend this event. The Halloween…

What is Operation Christmas Child?

By Nancy Burke Special to The PREVIEW Many in our community have been packing shoeboxes for needy children around the world through Operation Christmas Child each November. But others have…

Rosa Cemetery cleanup scheduled

By Agnes Sanchez Special to The PREVIEW Members of St. Peter-St. Rosa Catholic Church, 18851 Colo. 151 in Arboles, are organizing a cleanup at the Rosa Cemetery on Saturday, Oct.…

Lifelong Learning Lecture Series resumes

By Meg Wempe Special to The PREVIEW We at the library are excited to share the details of this fall’s Lifelong Learning lecture series. As you may know, this twice-yearly…

Native American flute artist to play for Sunday Night Unplugged

Native American flute artist to play for Sunday Night Unplugged

As Pagosa’s summer months turn to the golden radiance of fall, Sunday Night Unplugged will celebrate the changing of the seasons this Sunday evening at 5 p.m. with the beautiful…

‘The Real History of the Americas’ at FLC takes a different look at the western world

By Shirena Trujillo Long Special to The PREVIEW A collaborative group of Fort Lewis College cultural centers, students and staff proudly presents the seventh annual “Real History of the Americas”…

Cha Cha trail runners celebrate with sunshine and green chile

Cha Cha trail runners celebrate with sunshine and green chile

By Kirsten Le Roux Special to The SUN If you thought 7:30 a.m. was too early to get 35 youths under the age of 10 up and at the start…

Health district board approves loan for equipment

In a special meeting held Oct. 3, the board of the Upper San Juan Health Service District voted to take out a $500,000 loan to acquire additional equipment and make…