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Shop tax-free during Parade of Stores this weekend

By Clint Alley SUN Columnist Join the Chamber and shop tax-free at over 30 stores around town Dec. 3-5 during the Parade of Stores. While shopping tax-free, earn a chance…

Outdoor recreation businesses to be allowed in town limits

By Marshall Dunham Staff Writer In a regular meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 1, the Town of Pagosa Springs Town Council voted to amend the Land Use Development Code (LUDC), which…

Town Council repeals economic incentive program

By Marshall Dunham Staff Writer In a regular meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 1, the Pagosa Springs Town Council unanimously agreed to repeal Resolution 2012-20, otherwise known as the Economic Development…

Elementary, middle schools receive $182,000 Colorado Health Foundation grant

Elementary, middle schools receive $182,000 Colorado Health Foundation grant

Last week, Pagosa Springs Elementary School received the first installment of a $182,000 grant from the Colorado Health Foundation (CHF). The first installment totals $82,000. The second will total $100,000…

Local girl aids refugees arriving in Greece

Local girl aids refugees arriving in Greece

Each day, hundreds of refugees make their way onto precarious rubber boats on the Turkish coast and are pushed into the water, hoping to find refuge across the Aegean Sea…

Christian writers’ group boasts new name, goals

By Betty Slade Special to The PREVIEW The Wolf Creek Christian Writers Network (WCCWA) would like to invite new writers to the group. As the WCCWN moves into 2016, we…

10th annual World Craft Fair supports artisans around the world

By Carole Nasralla Special to The PREVIEW Discover a world of difference. Immerse yourself in a world of colors, textures, aromas, flavors and sounds. A world of difference with exquisite…

Pagosa Springs Girls Choir to present ‘Christmas Treasures’ Dec. 7

By Linda Parker Special to The PREVIEW “Christmas treasures.” What does that phrase mean to you? You treasure something that you feel is very special, valuable or important. Perhaps your…

‘White Christmas’ set to open Dec. 3 at Center for the Arts

By Audrey Crocker Special to The PREVIEW This winter, Thingamajig Theatre Company is presenting one of the most beloved classic Christmas stories of all time. Most folks are familiar with…

Grief support group for widows/widowers schedules final 2015 meeting

By Beverly Arrendell Special to The PREVIEW The grief support group for widowed persons will hold its final meeting of this year on Wednesday, Dec. 2. The meeting is free…