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Photography Club August meeting to feature Bill Woggon Jr.

Photography Club August meeting to feature Bill Woggon Jr.

By Steve Merchant Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs Photography Club will hold its regular monthly meeting Wednesday evening, Aug. 12, at the Pagosa Lodge (formerly Quality Resort, 3505…

Jon Stickley Trio, Anne and Pete Sibley and Laura Cortese and the Dance Cards part of Four Corners Folk Festival’s 20th anniversary lineup

Jon Stickley Trio, Anne and Pete Sibley and Laura Cortese and the Dance Cards part of Four Corners Folk Festival’s 20th anniversary lineup

By Crista Munro Special to The PREVIEW In just a few short weeks, the Four Corners Folk Festival will return to Reservoir Hill for its 20th annual event. A standard…

St. Patrick’s presents the Pagosa Piano Experience

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church is proud to announce a very exciting musical event scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 29, at 7 p.m., and repeated…

St. Patrick’s Shamrock Festival brings good fortune to the community

St. Patrick’s Shamrock Festival brings good fortune to the community

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW This Saturday, Aug. 8, St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church will hold a day of celebration with its annual Shamrock Festival. The public is invited…

CDOT urges motorists to ‘look twice’ during riding season

By Sam Cole Special to The SUN According to preliminary data from the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), 40 motorcyclists lost their lives during the first half of 2015 and…

Tourism Board plans to honor Bob Hand

Bob Hand, who for many years was the executive director of the Pagosa Area Chamber of Commerce, will have a plaque in his honor placed in the lobby of the…

County transportation manager receives national certification

Archuleta County’s transportation manager, John Egan, was recently designated a certified community transit manager by the Community Transportation Association of America. According to a press release from the Community Transportation…

BoCC approves telecommunications ballot question

This November, Archuleta County electors will have the option to vote on a ballot referendum that, if approved, would exempt the county from a state law limiting the county’s ability…

Volunteer educators needed to help children experience nature

By Becky Gillette Special to The SUN Back in the day, weekends and vacations for school-aged children meant long days playing outside — riding bikes, jumping in puddles, wading in…

Fort Lewis College to receive $1.1 million for STEM3 program

By Susan Decker Special to The SUN The U.S. Department of Education recently announced a $1.1 million grant for the STEM3 program at Fort Lewis College. The program will receive…