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VA critical to medicine and vets

The following is an op-ed piece written by Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert A. McDonald which ran in The Baltimore Sun on Oct. 23: During preparation for my confirmation as…

Pumpkins: A staple of the fall season

By Dana Hayward PREVIEW Columnist Pumpkins are a symbol of the fall harvest season and are an important part of many seasonal holidays and traditions. These winter squash, native to…

Rotary Feed Our Children provides weekend meals

By Jo Bridges Special to The SUN The Rotary clubs of Pagosa Springs are beginning their fourth year of the Feed Our Children program. The program’s mission is to serve…

Alzheimer’s support meeting scheduled at St. Patrick’s

On Monday, Oct. 27, at 11 a.m. and noon, Alzheimer’s Association Regional Director Elaine Stumpo will again be at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church to offer her monthly classes for those…

Tips for reducing the stress of college application deadlines

By John Lough Special to The PREVIEW The life of most teenagers, according to the teens, is usually full of stress. But a period of real stress for many teens…

Domestic violence affects children

By Cheryl Bowdridge Special to The PREVIEW Domestic violence does not only take its toll on the victim. The effect that we see in children who grow up witnessing domestic…

Safety first in kids’ Halloween costumes

Dressing up and engaging in role play is an important component of childhood learning and having fun. Although costumes are regularly used in day care centers, schools and at home,…

Sweet treats for Halloween

Halloween is a time for costumes and candy. Americans spend roughly $6 billion per year on Halloween candy. After Christmas, Halloween is the country’s second-biggest commercial holiday. Although many people…

Doctoral fellow to talk on the Colorado River

By Julie Tapley-Booth Special to The PREVIEW The Center of Southwest Studies at Fort Lewis College hosts Sara A. Porterfield’s lecture “The Colorado River in Global Perspective” on Monday, Oct.…

Tradition: Mexican Sweet Breads

Celebrating Hispanic heritage is a tradition for many families. One of the most anticipated aspects of those celebrations is the food. Hispanic cuisine is beloved by Hispanics and non-Hispanics alike,…