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Programs offer home help for seniors

The Senior Center offers two programs to help seniors safely remain in their homes — the chore program and a program to help with home monitoring. The chore program offers…

Preparing to cross Wolf Creek Pass

Preparing to cross Wolf Creek Pass

Wolf Creek Pass officially opened Aug. 21, 1916. A Pagosa Springs resident crossed the new pass that first summer. Here, in the words of Myrtle Hersch, is the story of…

United Way seeking talent, sponsors for CD

By Bill Hudgins Special to The PREVIEW Local musicians wanted. Showcase your talents for free. United Way is seeking local talent to be featured on a CD, “Play for the…

A smelly situation

By Daris Howard Special to The PREVIEW One thing I love about working at the university is the young people I have the opportunity to associate with. We recently had…

Grief support meetings to start April 2

By Beverly Arrendell Special to The PREVIEW GriefShare meetings are scheduled at the Community United Methodist Church beginning April 2 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. The meetings will be held…

UU Fellowship to consider ‘Passionate Detachment’

By Debra Quayle Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (PUUF) invites you to attend a program titled “Passionate Detachment” with Debra Quayle this Sunday, March 13, for…

‘Spring Forward into Spirit’ Sunday with GIC

By Carla Ryan Special to The PREVIEW On Sunday, March 13, at 10:30 a.m. (following the time change the night before), GLOBAL Interfaith Community (GIC) will host a spiritually based…

Veterans exposed to Agent Orange, herbicides may be eligible for benefits

Veterans who were exposed to Agent Orange or other herbicides during military service may be eligible for a variety of benefits from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), including…

God shows up when life stinks

By Jan Davis Special to The PREVIEW “I can’t do this anymore! It’s not worth it! Life stinks!” We’ve all been there. We want to throw up our hands and…

Spruce beetle continues to be Colorado’s most damaging forest insect

For the past 15 years, the Colorado State Forest Service (CSFS), in partnership with the USDA Forest Service and the Colorado State University Warner College of Natural Resources, has monitored…