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Inaugural Pagosa Springs Endurance Ride canceled

By Kirsten Le Roux Special to The SUN The inaugural Pagosa Springs Endurance Ride that was scheduled for Sept. 20 has been canceled. Disappointingly, while the organizers were able to set…

Auction supports local dogs and cats

Auction supports local dogs and cats

By Evelyn Tennyson Special to The PREVIEW The 20th anniversary Auction for the Animals is right around the corner. If you are a local, a summer resident or even a…

Final Picnic in the Park tomorrow

Our last Picnic in the Park for this season is tomorrow, Friday, Aug. 15. We will be serving smoked riblets, baked beans, coleslaw, tossed salad and carrot cake. Jack Collinsworth…

Back Country Horsemen to meet Monday

By Kristie Hefling Special to The SUN San Juan Back Country Horsemen (SJBCH) invites you to join its August meeting on Monday, Aug. 18. SJBCH’s philosophy and purpose are: To perpetuate…

Volunteer educators needed for Audubon program

By Becky Gillette Special to The SUN For six weeks each fall, Terry Hershey’s Four Mile Ranch transforms from a working ranch into an outdoor learning laboratory. Bringing nature into…

Friends of the Library book sale this weekend

The Friends of the Library’s annual book sale takes place this weekend. This is one of the most popular events of the summer because everyone wins by participating. You get…

Freezing: A great way to preserve summer fruit

If you go to the Farmers Market on Saturday morning or shop the produce section of the grocery store, you can’t miss the abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables. Many…

Kingdom Initiative speakers announced

By Roy Walden Special to The PREVIEW The Kingdom Initiative of Pagosa Springs is bringing two meetings to town, Aug. 25 with Russell and Kitty Walden, and Sept. 2 and…

Brutal winter made travel, correspondence difficult

Brutal winter made travel, correspondence difficult

U.S. Army units consisting of elements of B Company of the 15th Infantry and Company D, 9th Cavalry spent the winter of 1878 at the newly constructed and still unfinished…

Independent review of VA scheduling practices initiated

Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert A. McDonald has announced that the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has initiated an independent, nationwide review of all scheduling practices at VA medical facilities.…