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Fall is a great time to treat Canada thistle

Canada thistle, with its bright purple flower, is towering above most plants in many pastures, landscapes and along roadsides in Archuleta County this time of year. If you haven’t noticed…

Senior Center announces 10th annual bridge tournament

The Pagosa Springs Senior Center is pleased to announce the 10th annual bridge tournament, to be held Monday, Aug. 22 from 1 to 4:30 p.m. in the Senior Center dining…

‘I’ve got a G.I. Joe’: Learning from our mistakes

By Jan Davis Special to The PREVIEW It was Saturday morning and Travis, my 2-year old, couldn’t wait to run a few errands with me. First stop, the bank’s drive-through…

Items galore at the Auction for the Animals

By Mike Stoll Special to The PREVIEW Have you ever wanted to attend the Westminster Dog Show in NYC, or treat your home to a stunning oil painting or fabulous…

Auction for the Animals right around the corner

By Mike Stoll Special to The PREVIEW The 22nd annual Auction for the Animals is right around the corner. If you are a local, a summer resident or a visitor,…

Sounds of the Native American flute to serenade at Sunday Night Unplugged

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW Local artist Charles Martinez will bring the beautiful, haunting sounds of the Native American flute to Sunday Night Unplugged this Sunday. The meditation…

Shamrock Festival to feature San Juan Mountain Boys

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW It’s time to put on your dancing boots and come and enjoy an evening of great entertainment, dancing, country-style cooking, a bounce house…

Fr​ee Farmers Market tour promotes healthy choices for everyone and Double​ ​Up Bucks for SNAP recipients​

Fr​ee Farmers Market tour promotes healthy choices for everyone and Double​ ​Up Bucks for SNAP recipients​

By Leslie Wustrack Special to The PREVIEW This Saturday, Aug. 13, Growing Partners, in collaboration with Cooking Matters, will conduct its final “How to Navigate the Pagosa Springs Farmers Market”…

Treaties and changing territories

Treaties and changing territories

The early years of contact between Utes and whites were governed by a series of treaties, beginning with the Calhoun Treaty of 1849 in which the United States promised to…

Poor Nana, she’s doing the best she can

By Jan Davis Special to The PREVIEW One morning, our daughter, Andria, called and asked if it would be possible to take the kids to school. Mike had plans to…