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St. Patrick’s takes theology to the tavern

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW Are you one who claims a certain lack of enthusiasm when it comes to attending or affiliating with a church? Or, perhaps, you…

Hospice of Mercy to offer 10-week grief support group

By David Bruzzese Special to The SUN Hospice of Mercy is offering a 10-week grief support group for individuals who have experienced the loss of a loved one due to…

Anything Goes Downhill Sled Race returns to Winterfest lineup

By Jenelle Syverson Special to The PREVIEW Ready for a different kind of fun? The Anything Goes Downhill Sled Race is back on for this year’s Winterfest, and the fun…

‘Moon Over Buffalo’ entering final weekend

By Audrey Layne Crocker Special to The PREVIEW Going into the fourth and final weekend of “Moon Over Buffalo,” audiences have been delighted and surprised by the speed and genuine…

Settlement efforts begin in Hudson suit against town

By Jim Garrett Staff Writer Town Council convened an executive session during its meeting on Jan. 21 to consider instructions to negotiators in connection with its defense of the lawsuit…

LPEA lowers Time-of-Use ‘off peak’ rate

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) will lower the cost for members using electricity in “off-peak” periods as part of the Time-of-Use (TOU) program,…

Lawsuit against county amended

A complaint filed in district court by a local resident against the Archuleta County clerk and recorder was amended last week, on Jan. 20. The complaint was originally filed by…

Town Council authorizes retail marijuana signage

By Jim Garrett Staff Writer The Pagosa Springs Town Council addressed the issue of retail marijuana signage at its meeting on Jan. 21 and approved the use of an externally…

St. Patrick’s announces new choir scholarship program

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church is excited to announce a brand new choir scholarship program for high school students and high school graduates working…

Town to evaluate sandwich board signs in historic district

By Jim Garrett Staff Writer At the recommendation of Planning Director James Dickhoff, Town Council approved a resolution at its meeting on Jan. 21 directing the Historic Preservation Board to…