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An eyewitness account of early Archuleta County election fraud

John Taylor, head of Archuleta County schools, wrote his memoirs years after leaving Archuleta County. He leaves us a good picture of the Anglo viewpoint concerning the election fraud alleged…

Community Choir to begin rehearsals for Christmas Concert

By Pattye Holton Special to The PREVIEW Hints of fall are in the air and, for the Pagosa Springs Community Choir, that signals the start of rehearsals for the annual…

Folk Festival lineup includes Ghost of Paul Revere, The Wood Brothers

By Crista Munro Special to The PREVIEW The 22nd annual Four Corners Folk Festival is upon us, taking place here in Pagosa Springs on Reservoir Hill Park Sept. 1-3. Thousands…

St. Patrick’s begins preparations for clothing giveaway

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW The Women of St. Patrick’s are now accepting winter clothing for the annual clothing giveaway that will take place this year on Oct.…

Free seminar: What’s new in estate planning, trusts and charitable giving

By Simon Fuger Special to The PREVIEW There will be a free seminar on Monday, Aug. 28, at 6 p.m. at the Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts on the…

Intruder incident: Durango man fatally shot

By Archuleta County Undersheriff Tonya Hamilton Following the shooting incident that occurred 20 miles west on U.S. 160 on Aug. 23, the highway was shut down and diverted onto CR…

UU to hold annual picnic Sunday

By Karen LeCour Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Unitarian Universalist Fellowship will not hold a service, this Sunday, Aug. 27. Instead, the Fellowship will enjoy food and camaraderie at…

Community invited to attend community conversation on death and dying

By David Bruzzese Special to The PREVIEW Death is a universal event that transcends many of the differences between us, but it’s not something we normally think and talk about.…

Thingamajig Theatre Company enters season’s closing weekend

Thingamajig Theatre Company enters season’s closing weekend

By Tim Moore Special to The PREVIEW By all accounts, the 2017 summer season was our biggest and most ambitious endeavor at Thingamajig Theatre Company. From the opening of the…

Dine al fresco at St. Patrick’s Shamrock Festival Saturday

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW You are invited to come and enjoy a fun evening of wonderful food and festivities under the big tent behind St. Patrick’s Episcopal…