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A dangerous mix: kids’ sports and overly-enthusiastic parents

By John Lough Special to The PREVIEW Most kids handle their enthusiasm for sports pretty well. They play hard, get excited over wins and sad about losses, but usually just…

Unitarian Universalists explore their ACE

By Jean Strahlendorf Special to The PREVIEW On Sept. 28, the Pagosa Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (PUUF) will present a talk by Denise Hall that explores where an individual’s ACE (awareness,…

Individual theater tickets now available

By Laura Moore Special to The PREVIEW Thingamajig Theatre Company’s 2014-2015 season begins in less than a month. Starting today, individual tickets are available for purchase to all of the…

Did you play in the school band?

Did you play in the school band?

By Larry Baisdon Special to The PREVIEW “Yeah, I played the clarinet in junior high and high school and I loved it. But, I haven’t played in 15 years (or…

Practical steps to discernment

By Barbara Kugle Special to The PREVIEW Do Muslims and Christians worship the same God? This generation is vulnerable to deception. If there is something we don’t know, we can…

Free chain saw safety class offered

By Roberta Tolan Special to The PREVIEW On Sept. 26, from 10 a.m. to noon, there will be a chain saw safety class at the CSU Extension building. Operating a…

October brings lunar and solar eclipse, visible comet

By Joan Mieritz Special to The PREVIEW The San Juan Stargazers will not have its regular meeting on Thursday, Sept. 25, at the Visitor Center. Instead, it will have a…

Colorado livestock producers urged to enroll in disaster assistance program

By Patti Finke Special to The SUN Colorado Farm Service Agency (FSA) Executive Director Leland Swenson is encouraging all Colorado livestock producers who have suffered eligible disaster-related losses to contact…

Buffalo Soldiers moved to Fort Garland

Buffalo Soldiers moved to Fort Garland

In recent weeks, we’ve been writing about the trials and tribulations of building and operating Fort Lewis in Pagosa Springs during the severe winter of 1878. This week, as the…

Plant bulbs and corms now for early spring blooms

The days are getting noticeably shorter, the sun’s light is lower in the sky and the official start of fall is only days away. It might be difficult to think…