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RACC looking to expand free programs

Have a talent you would like to teach or share with people? The Ross Aragon Community Center would love to work with you. Currently, the Ross Aragon Community Center offers…

St. Patrick’s announces summer schedule

Beginning Sunday, June 1, St. Patrick’s will resume its summer schedule of two Sunday morning services, the first at 8 a.m. and the second at 10 a.m. The 8 a.m.…

Relay For Life Sponsors needed

Relay For Life Sponsors needed

By Jeanette T. Bean Special to The PREVIEW Fighting cancer is a noble cause that is easy to rally around and one that many people are willing to support. We…

Be patient: God will work it out

Connie L. Peters with LaDell Britain Special to The PREVIEW As a young married couple, LaDell and Ted Britain just had their first baby boy and lived close to all…

Unitarians to celebrate Flower Ceremony

By Jean Strahlendorf Special to The PREVIEW On June 1, the Pagosa Unitarian Universalist Fellowship will present a talk entitled “The Flower Communion,” a unique Unitarian Universalist ritual that began…

Deter woodpeckers: Tips to protect property

If you have been awakened in the early morning by a loud drumming sound coming from right outside your window, you could be experiencing the mating behavior of the northern…

Library survey results

Many thanks to the 242 people who filled out our survey that asked your opinion on what services you would like the library to offer in the future so that…

Wagon train passes through before town formed

Wagon train passes through before town formed

One of the earliest parties passing through Pagosa Springs before the town formed was the 1861 wagon train led by Thomas Pollock. Constructed in Denver, the wagon train plodded mile…

Kids’ genealogy workshop offered

By Mary Riethmiller Special to The PREVIEW A kids’ genealogy workshop will be presented free of charge by the Archuleta County Genealogical Society for those fifth grade and above Saturday,…

Service dog treatment study will restart

A much-anticipated Veterans Affairs Department study into the effectiveness of service dogs for treating post-traumatic stress disorder will restart in the coming months, with veterans receiving dog-care training in anticipation…