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Empowerment pizza party, health events and more

Do you know about the new Medicare cards? Have you figured out how to read your Medicare Summary Notice? Do you understand what SMP is? To learn more, community members…

How to make reading a family activity

With the ongoing demands of parenthood, it’s easy to forget that if you want your children to be excited about reading, they should see that you are also. Here are…

Bird of the Week

Bird of the Week

This week’s Bird of the Week, compliments of the Weminuche Audubon Society and Audubon Rockies, is the bufflehead. This week, we’d like to turn attention to an acrobatic diving duck,…

Pagosa Springs Community Garden accepting new members for empty plots

By Ethan Proud and Leslie Wustrack Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs Community Garden saw a resurgence in 2017 thanks to donations from local businesses, sponsors and the commitment…

The people behind the names: the Archuletas

The people behind the names: the Archuletas

Have you ever wondered why Archuleta County is called Archuleta County? You don’t have to be terribly observant to recognize that most of the place names surrounding us are Spanish…

4-H Clothing Construction Project

4-H Clothing Construction Project

Members of the 4-H Clothing Construction Project traveled to Farmington, N.M., to visit a fabric store to select their project and purchase a pattern, fabric and notions. All 4-H projects…

Knowing when to ask for help

By John Lough Special to The PREVIEW For most of us, asking for help can often be difficult. Yes, asking for advice on planting your garden is easy. But for…

My boy, by my side

By Charles Wenzel Special to The PREVIEW My wife and I have five little dogs. We affectionately call them “wee ones.” You can probably guess why. (“Bad parenting, bad!”) The…

Literary Ladies book club to discuss ‘The Baker’s Daughter’ March 23

By Marilyn Stroud Special to The PREVIEW The Literary Ladies book club is slated to meet tomorrow, March 23, to discuss its current book. It’s 1945 and a young teenager…

Volunteers needed for Loaves and Fishes

Volunteers needed for Loaves and Fishes

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW Loaves and Fishes is a nonprofit 401(c)(3) organization that serves a free, nourishing hot lunch every Thursday at the Parish Hall on Lewis…