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Egg solutions for common household challenges

By Michele Worthington Special to The PREVIEW It’s no secret that eggs are a nutritious and delicious option for breakfast, lunch and dinner. With so many different ways to cook…

What is mortgage insurance?

By Saul F. Rosenthal Special to The PREVIEW Q: What is mortgage insurance and why would I need it? A: Most people need to borrow money in order to purchase…

Warmer temps call for extra attention to outdoor food safety

By Christopher Bernstein Special to The PREVIEW Memorial Day weekend marked the unofficial start to summer and many Americans will celebrate with cookouts, camping, road trips and other activities that…

Childproofing your house prevents injury, saves lives

By Mike Baldyga Special to The PREVIEW Any new parent quickly learns that a toddler is into everything. It only takes a quick second for that child to get out…

Growing your own salad

Nothing is tastier or more satisfying than going out into your garden on a spring evening and picking your dinner. Growing a vegetable garden successfully in Pagosa can be challenging,…

Medicare Mondays — are you confused about Medicare?

Are you turning 65? Are you confused about Medicare? We have openings every Monday at the Senior Center to help you with your Medicare enrollment questions. Please call 264-0501 to…

VA launches campaign to increase veterans’ economic potential

Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert A. McDonald, with leaders from national and local veterans service organizations, corporate employers and government agencies, announced the launch of the Veterans Economic Communities Initiative…

Summer Reading Program starts on Monday

This year’s free Summer Reading Program begins Monday, June 1 and runs until July 31 — and it is not too late for you to sign up. You can register…

Sheep, cattle and unwritten rules

Sheep, cattle and unwritten rules

Prejudice between Anglos and Hispanics existed during the early settlement of Archuleta County, just as it did throughout the pioneer west. A related prejudice between sheepmen and cattlemen was also…

11th annual Historic Preservation Youth Poster Contest winners announced

11th annual Historic Preservation Youth Poster Contest winners announced

By Margaret Gallegos Special to The PREVIEW What do you do with 205 pieces of paper? Take a Pagosa Springs scene that is close to your heart, draw it on…