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Republican Women to hear from candidates

By Sandy Artzberger Special to The PREVIEW On Tuesday, Feb. 11, the Archuleta County Republican Women will meet from noon to 1:30 p.m. at Nello’s Bistro to hear speeches from…

Community center gym is great for walking during cold weather

PREVIEW Columnist Looking for a place to walk in during these cold months? The Ross Aragon Community Center would like to invite everyone to come and walk inside the gym…

Hispanics came to Pagosa Country in 1765

We have been talking about the interactions between our pioneer forefathers and the Native Americans who occupied Pagosa Country when the Anglos came. When we talk about dates of settlement,…

Sunday Night Unplugged welcomes the Divertimento String Quartet

Sunday Night Unplugged welcomes the Divertimento String Quartet

Special to The PREVIEW The choir at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church is back in the saddle again after enjoying a short reprieve following the busy Christmas season. We are happy…

Cards of Thanks

Rushing-Martinez I would like to thank Lucy Gonzales, Connie Chavez, Betty Read and all my friends that helped Lucy with the benefit dinner for travel expenses for my emergency surgery…

Engagement Davis/ Smith

Engagement Davis/ Smith

Curtis and Julie Davis are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter, Hadley Davis, of Stillwater, Okla., to Sawyer Smith of Pagosa Springs. Sawyer is the son of Chris…

One Billion Rising for Justice: silent vigil and walk

By Mara Koch Special to The PREVIEW On Feb. 12 at 5 p.m, Archuleta County Victim Assistance Program will join with activists around the world for One Billion Rising for…

Help celebrate National Black History Month

PREVIEW Columnist and library staff We hope you will join us to celebrate Black History Month. We’ll have a book display for all ages featuring African American authors and historical…

Picture of redemption: Remembering Uncle Dick

By Mark Thompson Special to The PREVIEW Redemption. That is the word most used about my uncle, Dick. I wish you could have known him. He was one of my…

Caring for livestock during the cold winter months

By Roberta Tolan PREVIEW Columnist Well, it looks like winter has finally returned to Pagosa Country and we are getting some much-needed snow and moisture. Even though livestock species are…