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Engagement-Reinhardt and Cammack

Engagement-Reinhardt and Cammack

On Nov. 2, 2013, an angler set out in pursuit of the catch of a lifetime. With a graceful cast of the Golden Stone, he hooked into the beauty he…

Local Dale

Local Dale

Eddie and Darla Dale are proud to announce that their son, Preston Dale, earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University majoring in Aeronautical Science, with an Air…

First grader donates to Empty Bowls project

First grader donates to Empty Bowls project

Staff Writer Pagosa Springs Elementary School first grader Isabel Galloway donated a total of $72.19 to the Empty Bowls project this past Saturday. The Empty Bowls event hosted every year…

Negotiations create confusion between the Utes and pioneers

Negotiations create confusion between the Utes and pioneers

PREVIEW Columnist We’ve been talking about contact between the Southern Utes and white pioneers during the years Pagosa Country was being settled, roughly between 1876 and 1885. As we mentioned…

Celebrate Take Your Child to the Library Day

By Carole Howard PREVIEW Columnist and Library Staff We hope you will join us for a special family story time this Saturday, Feb. 1, at 10:30 a.m. to celebrate Take…

Learn to stretch your dollars with coupon class

By Traci Bishop PREVIEW Columnist Ever wonder how to stretch your dollars? Here is a great opportunity to learn how to help save some cash while filling you pantry. All…

Getting kids to do chores is a good thing

By John Lough Special to The PREVIEW Should children be assigned tasks to do around the house —their family “chores?” While most parents would say yes, it often becomes such…

Beef symposium to be held in Pagosa Feb. 4

By Roberta Tolan PREVIEW columnist Every five years, the annual San Juan Basin Extension Beef Cattle Symposium is held in Pagosa, and this is the year. On Tuesday, Feb. 4,…

VA purchases land for new national cemetery in Colorado

SUN Columnist The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has purchased land in Colorado for a new national cemetery in the southeast portion of Colorado Springs. “We are pleased to expand…

The Midnight Intercessor: He knew we’d make it through

By Connie L. Peters Special to The PREVIEW Sometimes, like most people, I feel all alone — like no one cares or even knows that I exist. During those times…