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Workshops will focus on town becoming powered 100 percent by renewable energy

By Karen Goodwin Special to The PREVIEW Southwest Organization for Sustainability (SOS) and the Pagosa 100% Campaign are hosting four workshops during August and September that will focus on moving…

Eclipse live stream at the library Aug. 21

By Brad Glover Special to The PREVIEW The Ruby M. Sisson Memorial library will be showing a broadcast of the total solar eclipse courtesy of NASA TV on Monday, Aug.…

Shamrock Festival: An evening with friends to benefit food pantry

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church, located at 225 S. Pagosa Blvd., will hold its annual Shamrock Festival on its back lawn on Saturday, Aug.…

Flag retirement, disposal ceremony set

By Roy Vega Special to The PREVIEW Mullins-Nickerson American Legion Post 108 will hold a flag retirement and disposal ceremony Saturday, Aug. 19, at 9 a.m. at the Legion building,…

Eclipse live stream at the library Aug. 21

By Brad Glover Special to The PREVIEW The Ruby M. Sisson Memorial library will be showing a broadcast of the total solar eclipse courtesy of NASA TV on Monday, Aug.…

Eclipse: Moon will block about 80 percent of sun here

By Joan Mieritz Special to The PREVIEW The Aug. 21 solar eclipse is almost here. This may be a once-in-a lifetime opportunity. The moon will block about 80 percent of…

Free gardening talk: Permaculture — A new lens to gardening

By Leslie Wustrack Special to The PREVIEW Free and open to the public, the Pagosa Springs Community Gardeners present ​their ninth free gardening talk in the summer-long series. On Tuesday,…

‘1,000 Books Before Kindergarten’ launches today

Today, Thursday, Aug. 17, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. is the launch of a new free early literacy reading program called “1,000 Books before Kindergarten” for children from birth to…

‘Citizens of Archuleta County desire to change their name to Logan County’

‘Citizens of Archuleta County desire to change their name to Logan County’

We’ve just begun a series of columns describing the conflict between Hispanics and Anglos for control of Archuleta County following the first election of county officials in1886. We’ve been quoting…

Looking back at the county fair

By Robin Young PREVIEW Columnist What a county fair! I can honestly say that the Archuleta County Fair is a spectacle to see. Carnival rides, the chuckwagon dinner and live…