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Green chile cook-off slated to again be part of the Mountain Chile Cha Cha

By Jacque Aragon Special to The PREVIEW Each year, the fall season arrives with shorter days, cooler nights and bushels of fresh roasted green chiles. In Pagosa Springs there is…

Pagosa Community of New Thought to explore the Law of Life Sunday

By Janet Wyrick Special to The PREVIEW Dr. Wayne Dyer shared that wisdom is “avoiding all thoughts that weaken you.” Come share with the Pagosa Community of New Thought and…

PUUF receives official Welcoming Congregation status

By Avalon Haykus Special to The PREVIEW This month, the Pagosa Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (PUUF) reached a milestone in its history, receiving official approval as a “Welcoming Congregation” through the…

Pagosa Country pioneers: E.M. Taylor

We’ve been writing about Eudolphus M. Taylor, one of the most influential of Pagosa Country’s early settlers. A Yankee from Texas who fought for the North during the Civil War,…

Free $10 Farmers Market voucher for SNAP recipients

By Leslie Wustrack Special to The PREVIEW This Saturday, Sept. 16, Pagosa Springs residents and visitors are invited to attend a Cooking Matters Colorado free Farmers Market tour. The tour,…

Annual Colorfest Color Run to benefit Rise Above Violence

By Ashley Wilson Special to The PREVIEW Come out Saturday for the annual Colorfest Color Run, a family-friendly fun run. You can walk, skip, hop or roll your way to…

Homemakers will focus on Chimney Rock National Monument Sept. 14

Tozi Rubin Special to The PREVIEW Joan Ward from the Chimney Rock Interpretative Association (CRIA) will be the guest speaker at the Mountain View Homemakers’ upcoming meeting on Sept. 14.…

Attention all green chile enthusiasts: Sign up now for the Green Chile Classic

By Jacque Aragon Special to The PREVIEW Enrollment is open for the 10th annual Patty Aragon Green Chile Classic (PAGCC). The cost to enter is $10 and all participants in…

Courthouse remains closed, some services available

The Archuleta County Courthouse remains closed today, Tuesday, Sept. 12, to allow for air quality testing following concerns over the air quality in the facility. The courthouse will remain closed…

Breakfast with Balloons: ColorFest at its best

By Roberta Tolan Special to The PREVIEW ColorFest is just around the corner and only a few tickets remain for this premier event. Celebrate ColorFest in style at the second…