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1,400-mile ‘Big Ride’ pushes cadence and conversation about prostate health

By Damira Bowles Special to The SUN Don’t fear the finger. Or a 1,400-mile bike ride. To raise awareness and probe the conversation about prostate health, a group of brewers…

Library: Changing with technology to provide up-to-date services for all ages

What’s in a name? Some people call it The Library. Or they call it Our Library. Some call it The Pagosa Library — but that’s not entirely accurate, as it…

Justice Ministries

Thank you, Wyndham, for contacting Justice Ministries and asking our organization to oversee the weekly distribution of nonperishable food donated by owners and guests at the resort. The full version…

PSHS

We would like to say a big thank you to Nicole LaGioia with Pagosa Springs EMS, Darrin Lewis with the Pagosa Springs Community Center and Julie Martinez with Archuleta School…

Valdez graduates from San Juan College paramedic school

Valdez graduates from San Juan College paramedic school

Mike Valdez, son of Mencor and Janet Valdez and the late Jean Valdez, recently graduated from San Juan College paramedic school. Mike Valdez graduated from Pagosa Springs High School in…

Friends of the Library

The Friends of the Library would like to thank the community and the following organizations for support during our annual book sale: The full version of this story is available…

The word is out, the tickets are in for the Little Black Dress Affair

The word is out, the tickets are in for the Little Black Dress Affair

By Debbie Jennings Special to The PREVIEW Seeds of Learning Early Care and Learning Center has tickets available for the Little Black Dress Affair to be held Oct. 3. Several…

Local authors publish book on Capitol Reef area

In 2012, my husband and I visited the Capitol Reef area in Utah, a site so remote that we were told the nearest traffic light is 78 miles away. The…

Pagosa Unitarian Universalist Fellowship annual picnic Aug. 30

By Sue Anderson Special to The PREVIEW It’s time for Pagosa Unitarian Universalist Fellowship’s annual summer picnic. In place of the regular service on Sunday, Aug. 30, the group will…

Kitty Tom, supreme mouse catcher

By Jan Davis Special to The PREVIEW The stray cat showed up one day, abandoned and alone. The kids named him Kitty Tom. He could be found in the porch…