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Horse rescue

Monday afternoon around 3:45 p.m., my granddaughter, Devin Wilson, happen to walk outside her house to find my horse had walked out onto the pond in their pasture and had…

Help someone make that weight-loss resolution work

By John Lough Special to The PREVIEW Yes, losing weight is always the number one New Year’s resolution. But were you aware that family and friends can play a significant…

SoulCollage presentation planned

By Avalon Haykus Special to The SUN On Monday, Jan. 5, Avalon Haykus returns to Luminosity to present a talk on SoulCollage. SoulCollage is an intuitive, creative process used to…

Lighting contest winners announced

By Jennifer Green Special to The PREVIEW The town looked very festive for the holidays this year. For the second consecutive year, the pagosa Springs Town Tourism Committee and the…

4-H program helps build strong character

By Brandye Kiker PREVIEW Columnist The CSU Extension offices will be closed Jan. 1 for the New Year’s holiday. The Five Cs of Positive Youth Development are competence, confidence, character,…

Three cooking classes for healthier eating in the new year

Next Tuesday, Jan. 6, brings the first of three free cooking classes put on by the Pagosa Springs Medical Center to help you learn new tips and techniques for healthier…

Veteran Choice Program up and running

Many veterans now have the option to receive non-VA health care rather than waiting for a VA appointment or traveling to a VA facility. On Nov. 5, 2014, the new…

CUMC

Many thanks go to members of Wolf Creek Brass who performed for the 11 a.m. service at Community United Methodist Church this past Sunday, Dec. 21. The full version of…

American Legion Auxiliary Unit 108 celebrates 25 years

American Legion Auxiliary Unit 108 celebrates 25 years

By Ann Oldham Special to The SUN The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 108 was formed Dec. 11, 1989, with Lois Petitt and Virginia Torrey picking up the charter document in…

Rebellion is avoided and the fort moves westward

Rebellion is avoided and the fort moves westward

A few days after the 1879 Meeker Massacre, troops commanded by Gen. Hatch made a hurried march from New Mexico and occupied Animas City Oct. 8. Col. George P. Buell…