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Farmers Market opening for the season June 17

By Pauline Benetti Special to The PREVIEW Local growers are deep into it — soil that is. The soil has been tilled, amendments have been added, seeds are sown, starts…

You can’t stop the beat with Thingamajig’s ‘Hairspray’

By Audrey Crocker Special to The PREVIEW There aren’t many eras of hairstyles that embody the use of hairspray more than the 1960s. With beehives, teased bobs, fabulous updos and…

Christian writers’ group to hold workshop June 17

By Betty Slade Special to The PREVIEW The Wolf Creek Christian Writers Network is hosting its Wolf Pack third Saturday with Derinda Babcock on June 17 from 9 a.m. to…

‘Tree-mendous Trees’ program at the library June 14

By Brandon Caley Special to The PREVIEW Come hang out with Ranger Brandon this summer. The Pagosa Ranger District’s Read with a Ranger program is back at the library for…

Severe weather alert issued for Archuleta County

Severe weather alert issued for Archuleta County

The U.S. National Weather Service has issued a  Red Flag warning for today from 11 a.m. until 11 p.m. for wind and low relative humidity at elevations below 8,500 feet.…

Photo club to hear about preparing photos for presentation

By Susanne Rusell Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs Photography Club will meet on Wednesday, June 14, at the Community Methodist Church, 434 Lewis St. Join us for socializing…

Sunday Night Unplugged to feature a night with friends

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW A trio of artists that includes Heidi Tanner on violin, Jean Broderick on cello and Jean Smith at the piano will serenade those…

Doris ‘Doe’ McGeary Stringer

Doris “Doe” McGeary Stringer, 83, of Pagosa Springs, joined the angels in heaven, after four hard-won battles of cancer, on June 4. God’s strength and compassion gave Doe the spirit…

Chris Mountain fire mop up operations will begin tomorrow

San Juan National Forest Service Public Affairs Specialist Ann Bond reported this evening that there has been no new growth at the Chris Mountain fire. The fire is fully contained…

Chris Mountain fire remains at 5.7 acres, contained

San Juan National Forest Service Public Affairs Specialist Ann Bond reported this morning that the Chris Mountain remains at 5.7 acres. The cause of the fire was a lightning strike.…