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Family Reading Night: ‘The Importance of Reading to your Preschool Child’

By Terri Hardeman Special to The SUN Family Reading Night, which was to be held at Ruby M. Sisson Memorial Library on Jan. 23, has been rescheduled for Feb. 2…

My Plate, My Wins; Healthy Eating Program for 2017

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) recently launched a New Year’s campaign to help Americans turn their resolutions into real solutions for healthy eating in 2017. The following information on…

VA to provide disability benefits for diseases related to Camp Lejeune water

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has published regulations to establish presumptions for the service connection of eight diseases associated with exposure to contaminants in the water supply at Camp…

Years of growth and progress

Years of growth and progress

The early 1900s were years of growth and progress for Pagosa Country. The Rio Grande and Pagosa Springs Railroad had laid track across Coyote Park to the vicinity of Boone…

UU topic: ‘Transgender’

By Angela Herrera and Donna Tara McCaughin Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Unitarian Universalist Fellowship invites you to attend an Internet-streaming program titled “Transgender,” with New Mexican Rev. Angela…

PCNT to present movie message on Jan. 29

By Carla Ryan Special to The PREVIEW On this fifth Sunday of the month, Jan. 29, starting at 10:30 a.m., Pagosa Community of New Thought (PCNT) will feature a movie…

A phone call away

By Jan Davis Special to The PREVIEW As I sit in my chair and reflect over the past year, I am thankful for family. Regardless of the distance, we are…

Loaves and Fishes in urgent need of sponsors

By Gwen Bartley Special to The PREVIEW Loaves and Fishes of Archuleta County, a nonprofit organization that provides free lunch every Thursday at the downtown Catholic Parish Hall on Lewis…

Reader’s Digest writer explores small, fictional southern community in new book

Henry Hurt was a greatly admired writer at Reader’s Digest back when it was the world’s most widely read magazine, published in 39 editions and 15 languages with 100 million…

Ready for WinterFest fun? Sledz on Rez set for Feb. 4

Ready for WinterFest fun?  Sledz on Rez set for Feb. 4

Special to The PREVIEW Ready for a different kind of fun? Sledz on Rez, formally known as the Anything Goes Downhill Sled Race, is again on this year’s WinterFest lineup,…