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Special bicycling event at the library May 21: ‘Stories from the Road’

By Meg Wempe Special to The PREVIEW Is there any of us who hasn’t dreamed of running away, of heading out to the highway, never looking back and getting away…

Advances in broadband access on Pagosa horizon

Much public attention has recently been devoted to the importance of bringing broadband Internet access to the community. Broadband service is necessary for use of current and rapidly advancing communications…

Cloud Cap, Lake Forest contract awarded

On Tuesday, May 17, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) awarded a contract for the Cloud Cap Avenue and Lake Forest Circle Reconstruction Project. Before presenting to the…

School board considers more funding options

On May 10, board member Brooks Lindner led a work session of the Archuleta School District (ASD) Board of Education designed to begin the planning process to engage the community…

Medical center CEO announces retirement

Medical center CEO announces retirement

Pagosa Springs Medical Center (PSMC) CEO Brad Cochennet announced this week that he will retire at the end of his current contract, in early 2018. At the end of the…

Rosa Cemetery cleanup set for May 21

By Agnes Sanchez Special to The PREVIEW The Carmelitas of St. Peter-St. Rosa Catholic Church, 18851 Colo. 151, Arboles, CO 81121, are organizing a cleanup at the Rosa Cemetery on…

Chimney Rock Interpretive Association lecture series to continue May 20 with ‘The Discovery of Astronomy at Chimney Rock’

By Nadia Werby Special to The PREVIEW On May 20, Chimney Rock Interpretive Association (CRIA) will proudly host a special presentation given by J. McKim Malville, Ph.D., on “The Discovery…

Historic Preservation Board to present ‘Into the West’ on the big screen

By Rachel Novak Special to The PREVIEW “Into the West” is a six-part miniseries directed by Steven Spielberg. The miniseries begins in the 1820s and is told mainly through the…

Social Security supports National Cancer Survivors Day

By Josh Weller Special to The PREVIEW In 2016, more than a million people will be diagnosed with cancer around the world. This alarming statistic affects people and families everywhere.…

Women urged to get screened during National Women’s Health Week

By Karen Forest Special to The PREVIEW Each year, Mother’s Day kicks off Women’s Health Week, a time to focus on the women in our lives and encourage them to…