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Remembering an old friend

By Daris Howard Special to The PREVIEW Recently I was traveling a long, dusty road when I stopped at a place in the middle of nowhere. The road from our…

Foundation announces southwest regional platform for Colorado Gives Day

By Tracy Pope Special to The SUN The Community Foundation serving Southwest Colorado is spearheading a regional effort to increase local participation in Colorado Gives Day. The full version of…

VA study on cholesterol genetics could lead to new treatments for heart disease, diabetes

In the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) drive to help improve lives of veterans through health care discovery and innovation, a team led by VA researchers recently identified three…

Blues Box fundraiser

Blues Box fundraiser

Scene … at Pagosa Peak Open School’s Blues Box fundraiser last weekend at the Archuleta County Extension Center. The Prohibition-era, speakeasy-themed event raised just over $20,500 including both the cash…

Grams

I would like to send out a big thank you to the boys and girls from the middle school, yesterday, who came by on their bikes during class with their…

Luminosity Talks to present ‘A Night on Astrology’ with Mike Guttmann

By Veronica Johnson Special to The PREVIEW Did you ever wonder how the planet Neptune affects your life? Curious about what may lie ahead for the year 2019? Our planet…

Cabbage: An exceptionally healthy food

Cabbage is an exceptionally healthy food, but sometimes overlooked when making good choices to our diet. It has an outstanding nutrient profile, is low in sodium and is especially high…

Be a participant in traveling Mosaic Project

Be a participant in traveling Mosaic Project

By Cynda Green Special to The PREVIEW Last month, the Pagosa Springs Arts Council (PSAC) distributed 6-inch-by-6-inch mini-canvases to anyone who wished to create a piece of art, using any…

Banded Peaks country and the Tierra Amarilla Land Grant

Banded Peaks country and the Tierra Amarilla Land Grant

We have established that Cumbres Pass was the first pass across the south San Juan Mountains to be fully developed. This fact is important for our story featuring the history…

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 American coot. Strolling by the cattails of our nearby lakes, you might see…