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Catholic parish offering activities for Lent

By Anne McGarry Special to The PREVIEW The Catholic parish of the Immaculate Heart of Mary and Pope John Paul II Catholic churches is offering spiritual activities for Lent at…

Who are we in the eyes of the Lord?

By Sharee Grazda Special to The PREVIEW The varied lives of people in my small town interest me; unfortunately, I don’t always know their story until they have died and…

PCNT to begin look at Principle of Abundance

By Carla Ryan Special to The PREVIEW During the month of March, the Pagosa Community of New Thought (PCNT) congregation will look at the Principle of Abundance and how we…

UU topic: ‘Urban Survival and Sustainability’

By Bob LeCour Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Unitarian Universalist Fellowship invites you to attend a program titled “Urban Survival and Sustainability,” with Bob LeCour, this Sunday, March 5,…

Fundraiser for Mexico mission work set for March 19

By Chris and Michelle Edwards Special to The PREVIEW Chris Edwards, better known as “Rudy” to many around town, grew up in Pagosa Springs. Many may remember him from those…

Community chili cook-off at Mt. Allison Grange Hall March 5

By Larry Corman Special to The PREVIEW Mt. Allison Grange is hosting a community chili cook-off at the Mt. Allison Grange Hall on March 5 at 4 p.m. There will…

Youth group to start at Calvary Chapel

By James Sanderson Special to The PREVIEW Teen driven. Video format. Calvary Chapel is leading the way with a new youth group — Teen Innovation Zone (TIZ). Research and development…

Genealogy Society to welcome guest speaker Bea Espinosa

By April Holthaus Special to The PREVIEW The presence of Spanish-speaking peoples in what is now southern Colorado dates to before 1861, when the border between the New Mexico Territory…

Genealogy Society to welcome guest speaker Bea Espinosa

By April Holthaus Special to The PREVIEW The presence of Spanish-speaking peoples in what is now southern Colorado dates to before 1861, when the border between the New Mexico Territory…

Cruising into the future

Cruising into the future

By the 1910s, trucks and cars were showing up on the local scene in increasing numbers. For example, Galbreath Tie and Lumber Co. purchased a 55-horsepower diamond-T truck in August…