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St. Patrick’s takes traditional journey through Holy Week

Special to The PREVIEW For Christians, the week before Easter, traditionally called “Holy Week,” is a time of intense reflection and spiritual connection with the events leading up to the…

Historic Preservation Board seeks new members

By James Dickhoff Special to The SUN Are you interested or skilled in Historic Preservation related professions? The Town’s Historic Preservation Board (HPB) seeks new members to serve on the…

High Rollers to perform at community center dance

By Traci Bishop SUN Columnist The one and only High Rollers will perform at the Ross Aragon Community Center from 7-11 p.m. on April 5. Come on down to the…

Financial metrics — check for ‘leaks’

By Jim Smith SUN Columnist The automatic cuts by the federal government went into effect March 1 and $85 billion sounds overwhelming, but it is actually only 2.4 percent of…

Randy Stonehill and Buck Storm in concert Sunday

Randy Stonehill and Buck Storm in concert Sunday

By Nancy VanArendonk and Jason Rose Special to The PREVIEW This coming Sunday evening at 7 p.m., area churches welcome Christian music pioneer Randy Stonehill and Buck Storm in concert…

‘Transcending Mystery and Wonder’

  On Sunday, March 24, the service topic for the Pagosah Unitarian Universalist Fellowship will be “Transcending Mystery and Wonder,” presented by the Reverend Christine Robinson from the First Unitarian…

The Institute of Light presents ‘The Shift’

By Heidi Moller Special to The PREVIEW “The Shift” is a compelling portrait of three modern lives in need of new direction and new meaning. In his first-ever movie (written…

FFA, Skills USA clubs to hold Saturday sale

By Kaylee Fitzwater Special to The SUN The Pagosa Springs High School’s newly-formed Future Farmers and Agriculture (FFA) Club and the Skills USA club will hold a yard sale March…

Benefits of reading to kids — how your library can help

 We recently came across an outstanding article by Sheryl Rogers, who administers Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library in Tennessee and is a child development specialist. She listed the following five benefits…

Lent — the season to be holy

By Jim Dallman Special to The PREVIEW Lent is the holiest season of the entire Christian year. Yet, in recent years there has been a dramatic decrease in the awareness…