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Sunday Night Unplugged provides peace in times of turmoil

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW Sunday Night Unplugged, a music and meditation service at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church, provides a time of peace and quiet, punctuated with sounds…

Special seminar series set

By Roger Perry Special to The PREVIEW This weekend, Restoration Fellowship will offer a special seminar series with Dell Sanchez, Ph.D., from San Antonio, Texas. The full version of this…

Celebrate 65 years of making memories at the Archuleta County Fair

It’s almost fair time — the time to don your finest cowboy hat and boots, decide what prize flower, canned good or creation to enter in the Open Class competition,…

The happiest man on earth

By Daris Howard Special to The PREVIEW My daughter, Trissa, is a band and choir teacher for a small school district in Idaho. She and her students had worked hard,…

Earth Community to welcome Fran Korten

By Joan Mieritz Special to The PREVIEW Many people in Pagosa are excited about our expected visitor in August, Fran Korten, the publisher of Yes Magazine. The full version of…

Book Fair canceled; fly-fishing, reading to a therapy dog and more coming

The Friends of the Library annual book sale Aug. 12-13 has been canceled this year because they do not have enough books to put on their usual first-class event. The…

New writers’ group launched in Pagosa

By Carla Ryan Special to The PREVIEW Several promising authors and poets met recently to form a new writers’ group in Pagosa Springs. The full version of this story is…

From Ancestral Puebloans to modern-day settlers

From Ancestral Puebloans to modern-day settlers

Pagosa Springs and the surrounding area share at least one thing in common with the rest of the United States — long before the modern-day settlers arrived, peoples we call…

Boy Scouts invites you to join

By John Moore Special to The PREVIEW Do you like outdoor adventure? With learning through fun and adventure with emphasis on citizenship and service, Boy Scouts invites you. Scouting is…

The story of a broken gambler

By Jan Davis Special to The PREVIEW The bright lights of the casino beckoned Tom. He pulled into the huge parking lot and headed in the direction the attendant pointed.…