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Elks Lodge to host Elks National Hoop Shoot Free Throw Program

By Cheryl Bryant Special to The SUN The Durango Elks Lodge No. 507 will be hosting the Elks National Hoop Shoot Free Throw Program at Pagosa Springs Middle School on…

Vets for Vets

A big thank you to Walmart stores for their generous donation through the community grants for Veterans for Veterans of Archuleta County. The full version of this story is available…

History of the East Fork: Utilities stretch over the mountains

We continue with the history of the East Fork of the San Juan River. After Cumbres Pass opened in 1877 and the Denver and Rio Grande narrow gauge railroad reached…

Wrapping trees to prevent damage

By Darrin Parmenter PREVIEW Columnist In southwest Colorado, our coldest months are fast approaching. In December 2016, Pagosa Springs had nine nights that registered below 10 degrees, January of 2017…

UUs to learn how to slow brain aging with ageless dancing

By Pauline Benetti Special to The PREVIEW Dance has accompanied religious ceremonies and sacred rites since prehistoric times. More recently, the movement for sacred dance has sought to revive and…

Take a deep breath and transform your life at New Thought on Sunday

By Constance d’Angelis Special to The PREVIEW We can transform our lives from the inside out. The life force of breathing, when used in a conscious and optimal manner, can…

Free legal aid day set for seniors and people with disabilities

Anthony D. Edwards of Sholler Edwards LLC will be at the Pagosa Springs Senior Center for consultation on Dec. 11 from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The free legal aid…

St. Peter-St. Rosa Catholic Church to celebrate Feast Day of Our Lady of Guadalupe

By Agnes Sanchez Special to The PREVIEW The Feast Day of Our Lady of Guadalupe is Dec. 12, but will be celebrated by the St. Peter-St. Rosa Catholic Church at…

History of the East Fork: Utilities stretch over the mountains

History of the East Fork: Utilities stretch over the mountains

We continue with the history of the East Fork of the San Juan River. After Cumbres Pass opened in 1877 and the Denver and Rio Grande narrow gauge railroad reached…

Staying in control of the holidays

By John Lough Special to The PREVIEW Yes, you made it through Thanksgiving and only feel slightly guilty about that third helping of dessert. But, hang on, the real temptations…