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Seniors,beware of foreign lottery scams

SUN Columnist Foreign lottery scams. This topic strikes a nerve, I tell ya. I’ve seen this happen far too many times right here — yes, right here. Even people that…

Harlem Ambassadors to play Friday at Crime Stoppers benefit

The internationally-acclaimed Harlem Ambassadors will visit Pagosa Springs for a game at Pagosa Springs High School Gymnasium on Friday. Game time is 7 p.m. and doors open at 6:15. The…

Volunteers can help with ACVAP activities

By Karen Hatfield Special to The SUN Most of us believe in helping and contributing to an organization that has a mission statement compatible with our own values. We celebrate…

‘Six Sources of Unitarian Universalism’

Special to The PREVIEW On Sunday, March 17, the Pagosah Unitarian Universalist Fellowship service topic will be “The Six Sources of Unitarian Universalism,” presented by Julie Loar. She points out…

A confrontation with Colorow

A confrontation with Colorow

Welch Nossaman built the first log cabin in Pagosa Springs. The year was 1876. Nossaman spent the winter in his new cabin. Now, it was spring. A band of Utes…

Property management topic at March 27 workshop

By Jim Smith SUN Columnist The Archuleta County Weed and Pest Department, along with the CSU Extension Office, will offer the community a Property Management Workshop on March 27. The…

Come’n Git It for real American food writing

I’ve had enough. My ability to absorb and endure pretense (my own aside) has collapsed. I’m declaring a moratorium. On food magazines. Have you read any of the food magazines…

Education Center’s ‘Silver Star’ Celebration luncheon to feature speaker Finessa Ferrell

Education Center’s ‘Silver Star’ Celebration luncheon to feature speaker Finessa Ferrell

By Rosalind Marshall Special to The PREVIEW The Archuleta County Education Center’s original annual fund-raiser was a fine art auction. After many other local non-profits began to hold auctions for…

Asteroids, comets, meteors — how serious is the threat?

By Joan Mieritz Special to The PREVIEW Asteroids, comets, meteors — how serious is the threat? The San Juan Stargazers want the people of Pagosa Springs to have the facts…

E-books cause friction between libraries and publishers

SUN columnist, and the Library Staff Last week we explored the unhappiness of some patrons because our new 3M e-book service is not compatible with Kindle e-readers. We explained that…