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Cards of Thanks

‘Hairspray’ Huge gratitude and the biggest of thank yous to Dan and Venita Burch, Darcy DeGuise, Sally Neel, Kurt Laverty, Susie Tanner, Lisa Scott, Doris Leitch and Jean Garcia for…

Birth-Ketchum

Birth-Ketchum

Zach and Lisa Ketchum, along with their children, Cooper, Augustus and Josephine, are happy to introduce the newest member of the Ketchum family, Ralen Calliham Ketchum. Ralen was born at Mercy…

Local office provides assistance to veterans and families

Special to The SUN I will be attending training in Denver April 21-25. I will answer my cell phone whenever possible, but will be out of the office all week.…

Hot springs were revered by Native Americans

Hispanic maps made before Anglos came to Colorado, even before the early 1800, trapping days, showed the Pagosa Hot Springs. The hot springs were well-known and revered by Native Americans…

Holy week services announced

Holy Week at Community United Methodist ChurchBy Don Ford Special to The PREVIEW Easter Sunday is fast approaching. It is the most meaningful of all Christian holidays. It is the…

Medicare 101 class offered at senior center

PREVIEW Columnist A free Medicare 101 class will be offered on Tuesday, April 22, from 10-11:30 a.m. at the senior dining room in the community center.  This class is for…

Audubon meeting features arborglyphs expert

Audubon meeting features arborglyphs expert

By Becky Herman Special to The PREVIEW The Weminuche Audubon Society monthly meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 16, in the senior dining room of the…

Pavilion sets final cookbook fundraiser contest

Pavilion sets final cookbook fundraiser contest

By Kristal Fortune Special to The PREVIEW The Taste of Pagosa Cookbook, a fundraising project benefiting the Pagosa Multi-Purpose Pavilion, held its fourth in a series of recipe contests Friday,…

Sunday Night Unplugged features singer Keith Paulson

Special to The PREVIEW If you have never attended a Sunday Night Unplugged, a monthly service of music and meditation at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church, what better time to begin…

Lifelong Learning Lectures resume next Thursday

PREVIEW Columnist, and the library staff Next Thursday, April 17, marks the start of the library’s free six-week spring Lifelong Leaning Lecture series, with a wide variety of interesting topics…