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Onward! A Legacy Foundation offers enhancement grants

By Chuck Forth Special to The PREVIEW Onward! A Legacy Foundation has reached a major plateau as a community foundation dedicated to the philanthropic health of southwest Colorado. Onward! is…

Potluck to bid farewell to Father Don

By Roxanne Schick Special to The PREVIEW Father Don Malin, pastor of Immaculate Heart of Mary and Pope John Paul II Catholic Church, is being reassigned to Immaculate Heart of…

Loaves and Fishes

Loaves and Fishes wishes to thank Wells Fargo Bank for making a generous contribution to our organization through the Wells Fargo Community Assistance Fund. Wells Fargo Bank has contributed to…

Military route over Elwood Pass never lived up to promise

Military route over Elwood Pass never lived up to promise

We have been quoting newspaper articles from neighboring communities reporting activities illuminating Pagosa Springs’ history during the formative year of 1879. The following article was in the May 24, 1879,…

Ebola: Health officials following CDC guidance

Special to The SUN Colorado has no cases of Ebola, but the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) is following Center for Disease Control and Prevention guidance to…

GECKO

GECKO pulled all favors to successfully stage Sept. 27’s annual Mountain Chile Cha Cha festival and the final GECKO summer racing event. As usual, Pagosans responded with a generous spirit.…

Learning to give yourself a pat on the back

By John Lough Special to The PREVIEW The world can be a tough place. People can be critical or unappreciative of the things we do. But we sometimes are our…

Looking at how domestic violence is portrayed

By Cheryl Bowdridge Special to The PREVIEW Domestic violence is portrayed as a crime of lessor offense. Many times the question is asked, “How did the victim provoke the attack?”…

Lattin, Whiting face off in candidate forum

Ray Lattin (Republican) and Michael Whiting (unaffiliated) — both candidates for Archuleta County commissioner, District 3 — faced off in a forum hosted by the League of Women Voters Tuesday…

Homemakers learn to make wreaths, bows and wrap packages

By Denny Rose Special to The PREVIEW “Hang It and Wrap It” is the name of the program for the October meeting of Mountain View Homemakers (MVH). Co-presidents Pam Schricker…