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Timely tips for sending holiday mail to diplomatic citizens and deployed members of the military

By David Rupert Special to The PREVIEW Ensuring those serving in the nation’s armed forces and diplomatic service receive their holiday mail in time is a priority for the U.S.…

What’s Cookin’

Cast Iron Asparagus with Pecans and Brown Sugar Recipe courtesy: Colorado Department of Agriculture and Chef Jason K. Morse, C.E.C. 12 oz. applewood thick-cut bacon, cut into random-sized pieces 2…

Life-changing: Taking out the trash

By April Adamson Holthaus Special to The PREVIEW “You do that to annoy me, don’t you?” I snapped at my husband. “Well, I forgot, gimme a break.” “Do I have…

Our Savior Lutheran School fundraisers announced

Our Savior Lutheran School fundraisers announced

By Pennie DeClark Special to The PREVIEW Just in time for the holidays, we have two fun opportunities to help raise money to support Our Savior Lutheran School. First, we…

Tips for making the college application process less stressful

By John Lough Special to The PREVIEW If you’re parenting a high school junior or senior, then the stress of applying for a college is probably starting to escalate. While…

Community pet food drive gets underway

By Nancy Haines Special to The PREVIEW It’s that time of year again, when money gets tight in our community for some families. Pagosa Feed is holding its third annual…

Toys for Tots drop-off locations announced

By Nancy Williams Special to The PREVIEW The Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots has partnered with Justice Ministries of Pagosa Inc. and Vets For Vets for this year’s campaign.…

Earth Community to discuss how to create a culture of good health

By Joan Mieritz Special to The PREVIEW The Earth Community in August had a wonderful lecture at the library given by Fran Korten, publisher of YES Magazine. It is scheduled…

Stewardship: Making every day Thanksgiving Day

By Andrew Packer Special to The PREVIEW In the autumn of 1621, the new settlers to our country gathered with some Native Americans for a three-day thanksgiving feast to celebrate…

Forcing bulbs for winter beauty

By Irene Shonle, CSU Extension director, Gilpin County Special to The PREVIEW The CSU Extension office will be closed Nov. 24 and 25 for Thanksgiving. Although it’s probably too late…