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Curtains Up

Dear Editor: The members of Curtains Up Pagosa executive board and its directors wish to express our sincere thanks and congratulations to the volunteer cast, crew, musicians and the large…

Gustafson

I want to thank the noon Rotary Club for selecting me as the Fourth of July 2015 Parade grand marshal. The full version of this story is available in the…

GECKO

GECKO would like to thank the kindhearted and dedicated volunteers who helped to stage the Star Spangled Shuffle on the Fourth of July, as well as the local businesses that…

Rotary

The Rotary clubs of Pagosa Springs would like to thank the community for your continued support of the Feed Our Children Program. The kind donations from many generous individuals and…

James Dewey Young

James Dewey Young

Joni Lattin and Cliff Young, of Bloomfield, N.M., are proud to announce the birth of their son, James Dewey Young, on June 5, 2015, at 8:22 a.m. James was 9…

Genealogy Society to hear from local author

By April Holthaus Special to The PREVIEW The Archuleta Genealogy Society is pleased to present its July speaker, Sara Sue Hoklotubbe. Hoklotubbe is a Cherokee citizen and the author of…

Making health insurance make sense

By Mike Fierberg Special to The SUN Q: I have health care coverage now through the new Health Insurance Marketplace, but I’m not sure I understand how it works, as…

Fire auxiliary

The Pagosa Fire Auxiliary would like to express our sincere thanks to City Market, our thoughtful community and visitors for their contribution Sunday, June 28. With your help, this proved…

Haynes/Sauder

Haynes/Sauder

Mike and Laura Haynes, of Los Alamos, N.M., are excited to announce the engagement of their daughter, Jennifer Haynes, to Kyle Sauder, of Colorado Springs. Jennifer is the granddaughter of…

Medicare and Medicaid: Keeping us healthy for 50 years

By Mike Fierberg Special to The SUN It’s easy to forget that before 1966, roughly half of all seniors were uninsured, living in fear that the high cost of health…