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Festival of Trees tickets on sale now

Mark your calendars for this year’s Festival of Trees event on Dec. 2. Tickets are $25 per person; table reservations are also available. Tickets to this event are sold in…

Writing group’s schedule to change

By Carla Ryan Special to The PREVIEW The Writing Hands Organization of Pagosa Springs (WHOOPS) has been meeting at the Ruby M. Sisson Library for the past several months on…

Protesters demonstrate at BootJack Ranch against Dakota Access Pipeline

Protesters demonstrate at BootJack Ranch against Dakota Access Pipeline

Protesters demonstrated today outside the gate to BootJack Ranch located east of Pagosa Springs. The protest was held in objection to the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) by developer Energy Transfer…

St. Patrick’s Christmas Tea a holiday tradition

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW Ladies, it’s time to set aside your hats and favorite Christmas outfits and make plans to attend the St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church annual…

Pagosa Springs Girls’ Choir announces Dec. 6 concert

By Linda Parker Special to The PREVIEW Christmas angels are perhaps the most popular form of angels that are used in celebrations, symbolizing innocence, purity, peace and love. Some believe…

Memorials Ed Morlan

Ed Morlan died a peaceful death Tuesday, Nov. 15. He was simply the best at everything he did and he will be missed by many. This was all very unexpected…

Abenecio P Munoz

Abenecio P. Munoz passed away the morning of November 15, 2016 at his family home. He was born in Largo, NM on August 23, 1922 to Daniel and Adelina Munoz.…

Russ Hill Wreath Bazaar open for 53rd year

By Barb Draper Special to The PREVIEW The ever-popular Russ Hill Wreath Bazaar at Community United Methodist Church opened for business Nov. 16 and will continue though Dec. 4. Now…

Winter arts and crafts class offered

By Darren Lewis SUN Columnist The Pagosa Springs Recreation Department is currently accepting registrations through Nov. 18 for an arts and crafts class to be held at the Ross Aragon…

BLM, Southern Ute Indian Tribe sign settlement of fracking rule litigation

By Sacha Smith Special to The SUN The Department of Justice, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the Southern Ute Indian Tribe recently finalized an agreement on the regulation…