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Lifelong Learning Lectures resume this evening

This evening (Thursday, Oct. 16) marks the start of the library’s free, six-week fall Lifelong Leaning Lecture Series, with a wide variety of interesting topics to enrich your life and…

VA to continue town hall events

Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert A. McDonald has directed all Veterans Affairs (VA) health care and benefits facilities to continue to hold quarterly town hall events to improve communication with,…

Rodeo royalty clinic set

By Lisa Scott Special to The PREVIEW The third annual Western Slope Rodeo Royalty Clinic is being held Saturday, Nov. 15, in the Glenwood Springs Branch Library from 8:30 a.m.…

Celebrate Oktoberfest 2014 Sunday evening

This Sunday, Oct. 19, is Oktoberfest 2014 at the The View Restaurant in the Quality Resort, from 5 to 8 p.m. This is a fun event for the whole family,…

Gustafson

The WHIPS (Women Helping in Pagosa Springs) had another successful silent auction to raise money for scholarships given at the end of the school year. First of all, thanks to…

Gurule

The family of Mary O. Gurule would like to thank everyone for all the heartfelt wishes, condolences, prayers, cards, flowers, food and companionship that you sent our way during our…

Pagosa Makers

Thank you for the fall. And the colors. And for the Pagosa Makers Tour and Expo. This year was another great success. Thank you to the whole board of directors.…

Prevent carbon monoxide poisoning

As the weather turns colder and heating systems are turned on, some for the first time of the season, the potential for carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning increases. Understand how to…

Domestic violence, masculinity and sports culture

By Casey Crow Special to The PREVIEW October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and as football season once again dictates our Sunday afternoons, it is important to consider the implications…

Tai chi: moving meditation, moving medication

By Helena Gunther Special to The PREVIEW Tai chi (tie-chee) is often described as “moving meditation,” but it might well be called “moving medication.” There is growing evidence (Mayo Clinic,…