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Centerpoint Church Christmas Eve Candlelight Service announced

By Jon Duncan Special to The PREVIEW Merry Christmas from our Centerpoint Church family to yours. We hope that your Christmas is filled with joy, peace and God’s blessings. We…

UU topic: ‘The Annual Celebration of Light’

By Anna Ramirez Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Unitarian Universalist Fellowship invites you to attend a program titled “The Annual Celebration of Light,” with Anna Ramirez, this Sunday, Dec.…

ACVAP

The Archuleta County Victim Assistance Program would like to sincerely thank Contra Fusion and caller Wendy Graham Settle for hosting an amazingly fun event, raising funds to help ACVAP rebuild…

The passing of time

By Gregg Heid Special to The PREVIEW Four of us got off the bus in front of the Motel Peringo in San Ignacio, Paraguay. When we checked in, we discovered…

Daleske

It’s with much gratitude that I thank the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship. The full version of this story is available in the print edition and e-edition of the Pagosa Springs SUN.…

Pagosa’s first bank fails and another opens

Pagosa’s first bank fails and another opens

In 1908, Pagosa Springs’ first bank, appropriately called The First Bank of Pagosa Springs, failed. The bank did not fail because of local mismanagement or because of lack of local…

Local earns first-degree black belt in aikido

Local earns first-degree black belt in aikido

By Lisa Jensen Special to The SUN Erika Rodighiero was recently promoted to shodan, or first-degree black belt, in aikido. The full version of this story is available in the…

Eagle’s Nest Youth Ranch seeking donations, volunteers

By Toni Tuller Special to The PREVIEW The little girl approached the gray horse with apprehension, fear from her own past abuse making trust seem an unattainable goal. An hour…

Plants of the season part 3: the Christmas tree

Long before the advent of Christianity, plants and trees that remained green all year had a special meaning for people in the winter. Just as people today decorate their homes…

Catholic youth hide reminders to do good deeds around town

By Anne McGarry Special to The PREVIEW The Catholic middle school youth of Pagosa Springs are hiding 200 small baby Jesus stones around town to encourage the community to do…