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Dancing with the Pagosa Stars presents guy power

Dancing with the Pagosa Stars presents guy power

By Dee McPeek Special to The SUN Seeds of Learning’s four brave male stars are determined not to be overshadowed by their female competitors when they perform at Dancing with…

Wolfwood Refuge to make annual visit

By Paula Woerner Special to The PREVIEW Wolfwood Refuge is excited to announce that this year we will be at Pagosa Brewing and Grill on Saturday, June 9, from 11…

Photography Club to hear presentation: ‘Sea to Summit — We’re All Connected’

Photography Club to hear presentation: ‘Sea to Summit — We’re All Connected’

By Gregg Heid Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs Photography Club will hold its June meeting on Wednesday, June 13, at the Community United Methodist Church, 434 Lewis St.…

Play for the Way Golf Tournament set for June 9

By Bill Hudgins Special to The PREVIEW The United Way 19th annual Golf Tournament will be played on Saturday, June 9, at the Pagosa Springs Golf Club. This will be…

Six nonprofits selected to benefit from 19th Hole Concerts

Six nonprofits selected to benefit from 19th Hole Concerts

By Tracy Pope Special to The PREVIEW Six Archuleta County nonprofits have been selected to benefit from the 19th Hole Concerts at the Pagosa Springs Golf Club this summer. The…

Pagosa Pals Projects aims to comfort kids

Pagosa Pals Projects aims to comfort kids

By Sandy Artzberger Special to The PREVIEW If you came to Kathy Fulmer’s home Saturday, April 21, you would have seen many cars in the driveway, noticed bags and bins…

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 western tanager. The western tanager brings with it a suggestion of late spring/early…

Beware ornamental garden invaders

By Ethan Proud PREVIEW Columnist When you go to the nursery or local greenhouse to buy plants or purchase a seed mixture, you usually don’t expect to bring home an…

Ballots, bullets and bloodshed: an apron of truce

Ballots, bullets and bloodshed: an apron of truce

For several weeks we’ve been reporting the bitter struggle between Anglos and Hispanics for control of the Archuleta County government in 1886, following the first county election when the Hispanics…

Unitarian Universalists to learn of ancient Egyptian deities and timeless wisdom

By Pauline Benetti Special to The PREVIEW The myths and monuments of ancient Egypt have endless fascination for people around the world. Ancient Egypt flourished for more than 5,000 years,…