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Medicare: Finding the best hospital for a surgical procedure

By Mike Fierberg Special to The PREVIEW Q: I need a surgical procedure and want to find the best hospital to have it done. Can Medicare help me and my…

Cards of Thanks

Big Brothers Big Sisters Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Colorado enjoyed a rafting trip with Wilderness Journeys-Pagosa Rafting Company recently. The weather was amazing, the water was running high…

Golf tournament benefits search and rescue, local food banks

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) will host its annual golf tournament at the Pagosa Springs Golf Club, Saturday, June 21. Space is limited…

Local students named to Dean’s List at Fort Lewis College

By Mitch Davis Special to The SUN Over 400 students were named to Fort Lewis College’s Dean’s List for the Spring 2014 semester, among them several from Pagosa Springs. These…

Genealogy workshop deadline extended

By Frances Wholf Special to The PREVIEW The application deadline for the genealogy workshop has been extended until Saturday, June 14. The workshop, held the same day, is free to…

Rafting

Rafting

Photo courtesy Maggie Ives Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Colorado enjoy their annual rafting trip. The weather was perfect and the water was running high, which made for a…

‘Star Spangled Quilts’ on display

‘Star Spangled Quilts’ on display

By Shari Pierce Special to The PREVIEW Our town’s water needs were served in years past by the water plant that is now a part of the historical society museum.…

Women gather for ‘Make It Happen’

By Linda Morrison Special to The PREVIEW On Monday, June 16, at 5:30 p.m., all women of the community are invited to join another “Make It Happen” event at the…

Local-Chris Nobles

Local-Chris Nobles

Chris Nobles, 2005 Pagosa Springs High School graduate, earned his Ph.D. in molecular virology and microbiology at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston on May 27. While a graduate student,…

Donations sought to help local replace destroyed home

By Teresa Mael Special to The SUN On Monday, May 19, a microburst hit Rae Elaine Maes’ house and tore the secondary roof off, severely damaging the structure of her…