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Home of privilege: Clean, shiny dishes

By Daris Howard Special to The PREVIEW My roommate, John, had grown up in a home of privilege with maids and cooks, never having to take care of himself. But…

New Thought ‘soul-stice’ celebration on Sunday afternoon

By Rev. Carla Ryan Special to The PREVIEW Rev. Carla Ryan will offer a Taize’-inspired meditation and blessing service on Sunday, Dec. 20, at 4 p.m. at the PLPOA Clubhouse,…

Christmas Eve in Bethlehem to be celebrated at Centerpoint Church with candlelight service

By Pastor Jon Duncan Special to The PREVIEW Imagine walking to Durango. Imagine doing so with your 15-year-old new bride, while you are only 19. Imagine that your wife is…

Toys for Tots accepting donations through Dec. 18

By Erik Brinkmann Special to The PREVIEW Toys for Tots is in full swing in Pagosa Springs are located at Goodman’s Department Store, Ruby M. Sisson Memorial Library, Coates Collision…

Kids create Christmas crafts, gifts at holiday art camp

By Tessie Garcia Special to The PREVIEW Attention parents: Do you need some shopping time during the holidays? You can drop off your little elves at the Holiday Hands-On Arts…

‘The Heralds of Christmas’ features Pagosa Brass and friends

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW On Sunday, Dec. 20, at 3 p.m., St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church will host its second annual festive Christmas celebration featuring the Pagosa Brass…

Sunday Night Unplugged to feature flutist Jessica Peterson

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW This month, Sunday Night Unplugged, a monthly meditation service offered by St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church, will feature the talents of flutist Jessica Peterson.…

Solarize Archuleta presentation set for Dec. 10

By Lynnzie Sutton Special to The PREVIEW Solarize Archuleta is a grass-roots, volunteer effort to increase the number of solar electric panels in Archuleta County homes and businesses. The Four…

Choosing ancient technology over modern

By Daris Howard Special to The PREVIEW We had just finished touring the first of the floating islands of Lake Titicaca, with the rest of the day ahead of us…

The railroad was coming to town

Pagosa Springs was a busy place in 1900. The Pagosa News reported the erection of several business buildings and residences. In an April 27 item, The News noted, “The Pagosa…