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Pioneer times on the East Fork: Old Joe Mann

Pioneer times on the East Fork: Old Joe Mann

This week our column will focus on some of the families who lived and worked on the East Fork of the San Juan River during pioneer times. Many of them…

Nothing but a fire drill

By Daris Howard Special to The PREVIEW Our high school chemistry teacher flipped the fan switch in the chemistry lab, and a loud pop sounded. “Oh, shoot!” he exclaimed. “We…

Holiday depression can be a very real problem

By John Lough Special to The PREVIEW While the holiday season is a happy and joyful time for most people, it can also be a time of sadness and depression…

Breakfast with Santa

Breakfast with Santa

Santa and Mrs. Claus joined Pagosa Springs High School Music Department students for the annual pancake breakfast Saturday morning, with the event also featuring crafts, games and, of course, music…

‘Jesus loves me, this I know’

By Jan Davis Special to The PREVIEW Anna, deaf from birth, found her seat on the plane. Her parents had given her the ticket as a graduation gift. She was…

Next health and wellness event Wednesday, Dec. 20

The Pagosa Senior Center would like to thank Ronnie Zaday, Eileen Anderson and Linda Barber, the elves who so generously designed and decorated our tree entry in the Festival of…

Online grocery and meal kit delivery

By Terry Schaaf PREVIEW Columnist Online food ordering and delivery services have been, and continue to be, a growing trend. Without leaving the house, consumers are able to order groceries…

Elks Lodge to host Elks National Hoop Shoot Free Throw Program

By Cheryl Bryant Special to The SUN The Durango Elks Lodge No. 507 will be hosting the Elks National Hoop Shoot Free Throw Program at Pagosa Springs Middle School on…

Vets for Vets

A big thank you to Walmart stores for their generous donation through the community grants for Veterans for Veterans of Archuleta County. The full version of this story is available…

History of the East Fork: Utilities stretch over the mountains

We continue with the history of the East Fork of the San Juan River. After Cumbres Pass opened in 1877 and the Denver and Rio Grande narrow gauge railroad reached…