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Mountain High Gardeners to meet May 20

By Betty Switzer Special to The PREVIEW The monthly meeting of Mountain High Gardeners will be held on May 20 and will be a field trip to Bayfield Nursery and…

The Americana Project

The Americana Project

Payton Burnett, a member Pagosa Springs High School’s Americana Project, performs at a workshop in Oregon recently. The Americana Project and Intro to Guitar Class are hosting a free concert…

Curtains Up Pagosa’s ‘Phantom’ concert to benefit scholarship fund

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW Curtains Up Pagosa (CUP), a local nonprofit performing arts mentoring organization, will present a fantastic evening of musical entertainment on Friday, May 22,…

Good, old-fashioned bluegrass expected at Pagosa Folk ‘N Bluegrass festival

Good, old-fashioned bluegrass expected at Pagosa Folk ‘N Bluegrass festival

By Crista Munro Special to The PREVIEW The 10th annual Pagosa Folk ‘N Bluegrass festival is rapidly approaching at just three weeks away. The much-anticipated event will take place June…

Car Show party cancelled for this evening; Show and Shine still planned for tomorrow

The Pagosa Springs Area Chamber of Commerce has cancelled the Car Show Party in the Park scheduled for this evening. However, the Show & Shine on Lewis Street tomorrow is…

Catholic parish announces summer math camp

By Roxanne Schick Special to The PREVIEW Immaculate Heart of Mary/Pope John Paul II Catholic Parish is offering a summer enrichment camp open to middle school students from June 1-18.…

The Foundation for Archuleta County Education announces grant recipients

The Foundation for Archuleta County Education announces grant recipients

By Lynne McCrudden Special to The SUN The Foundation for Archuleta County Education (FACE) is pleased to announce the recipients of their 2015 grants. This year, the foundation had 11…

A Safe Place in Pagosa will provide housing, independence for developmentally disabled

By Cindi Galabota Special to The SUN There are roughly 4.6 million adults living in America with some form of developmental disability. Though there is no official count, there are…

Commissioners hear first-quarter finance report

Archuleta County is in good financial shape after the first quarter of the year, according to a May 5 report by Archuleta County Finance Director Larry Walton. The report is…

Car Show kicks off Friday night with Party in the Park

By Angela Wirth SUN Columnist The seventh annual Car Show is this weekend. On Friday night, the Car Show begins with the Party in the Park, giving spectators their first…