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Court orders new trial in murder case

Court orders new trial in murder case

The Colorado Court of Appeals announced on Nov. 22 that it was reversing the conviction of Charles Ray Stane, who in 2013 was convicted of the 1988 murder of Vickie…

School district seeks input on potential school facility scenarios

The Archuleta School District (ASD) Board of Education (BOE) held a community meeting on Thursday, Nov. 16, to discuss school facilities and to introduce the public to a list of…

2017 Beautification Awards

2017 Beautification Awards

Tourism director Jennie Green and Pagosa Springs Mayor Don Volger present the 2017 Beautification Awards for the town’s first year of adopted bike planters on Nov. 20. The award for…

Hand-drumming class picks up steam, next class Tuesday

By Paul Roberts Special to The PREVIEW Join musician and music therapist Paul Roberts for a free hand-drumming class at the Pagosa Lakes Clubhouse on Tuesday, Nov. 21, at noon.…

Colorado farmers and ranchers share nutrient and water quality best management practices

By Robin Young PREVIEW Columnist Across Colorado, farmers and ranchers are using best management practices to help keep nutrients out of lakes and streams and improve Colorado’s water quality. These…

Join in the Christmas Bird Count 2017

By Keith Bruno Special to The SUN The Weminuche Audubon Society welcomes all local residents, visitors and bird enthusiasts to join the longest-running citizen science survey in the world, the…

Pi Beta Phi angel luncheon set for Dec. 6

By Carole Howard Special to The PREVIEW Local Pi Beta Phi alumnae are invited to a Christmas caroling sing-along, angel gift exchange and potluck luncheon at 11:30 a.m. on Dec.…

The continued history of the East Fork

Today’s column continues with the history of the East Fork of the San Juan River. While dictating his memoirs many years later, pioneer Welch Nossaman recalled traveling from Summit to…

UU to continue discussing prayer

By Dean Cerny Special to The PREVIEW Is prayer a foolish exercise in superstitious futility? Some would say yes. Others would vehemently defend the practice of prayer. And you? This…

Brain trauma and the power of the mind at New Thought Sunday

By Constance d’Angelis Special to The PREVIEW Are you or someone you know living a life of quiet desperation? In the 1854 classic “Walden,” Henry David Thoreau says that most…