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Celebrate Thingamajig Theatre at Broadway Gala Fundraiser July 28

By Robin Brobst Special to The PREVIEW Live, professional theater in Pagosa Springs is only five years old, and Laura and Tim Moore continue to amaze us with their summer…

Music in the Mountains returning to Pagosa Springs July 24

Music in the Mountains returning to Pagosa Springs July 24

By Chip Munday Special to The PREVIEW After a multiyear hiatus, the famed Durango-based music festival is returning to Pagosa Springs on Friday, July 24. Music in the Mountains returns…

‘Sharing The Savior Around The World’ at Vacation Bible School

By Dorman Diller Special to The PREVIEW It’s time for the annual free Vacation Bible School at the Pagosa Springs Church of Christ. The VBS will run Monday through Friday,…

Panhellenic luncheon set for Aug. 8

Panhellenic luncheon set for Aug. 8

By Lisa Scott Special to The PREVIEW Women affiliated with a collegiate sorority are invited to attend the 11th annual Panhellenic luncheon on Saturday, Aug. 8, from 11 a.m. to…

Sunday Night Unplugged to feature the talents of Carla Roberts

Sunday Night Unplugged to feature the talents of Carla Roberts

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church will present its monthly music and meditation service, Sunday Night Unplugged, this Sunday, July 19, at 5 p.m. This…

Rainy skies don’t stop San Juan Stargazers

By Joan Mieritz Special to The PREVIEW The San Juan Stargazers are a persistent group of people. We have suspended an astronomy lecture at Chimney Rock National Monument while everyone…

Environmental film festival, gala set for Saturday

By Sally High Special to The PREVIEW Since 2009, a dedicated grassroots group of Pagosa Springs citizens has planned a geothermal education park in downtown Pagosa Springs. In 2012, the…

Lightning safety reminder

By Casey Crow Staff Writer According to the NOAA Weather-Ready Nation (WRN) Ambassadors, as of July 8, 17 people have died due to lightning strikes in the United States in…

IRS advises to check withholding to avoid tax surprise

By Karen Connelly Special to The SUN The Internal Revenue Service reminds taxpayers that summer is a good time to consider a mid-year withholding adjustment. Tax planning now may provide…

Colorado Attorney General’s Office halts a fourth telemarketing company from deceiving consumers

By Carolyn Tyler Special to The SUN The Colorado Attorney General’s Office has stopped another magazine company and its owners from deceiving consumers in order to secure magazine subscriptions. Subscriber…