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Archive: Oct. 29, 2009

A&E Empty Bowls brings community together
Final session of Introductory Ceramics for 2009
First meetings of Writing for Generations set for Nov. 4
Ghost Towns, Ruins and Lost Places at Lifelong Learning
High school music groups to present Fall Concert
Artist's Lane Too much space for inexperienced art seekers
CSU Extension Going green with food preservation presentation
Cards of Thanks Cards of Thanks
Chamber News
Chamber seeks board nominations, award nominees
Community A night for spirituality
Adventist School and Pathfinder Club to hold food drive
American Red Cross CPR/AED class
Aviation Venture Crew to hold open house, meeting
CUMC opens new sanctuary Sunday
‘Destination Book Fair: Read Around the World’
High school Key Club members will trick or treat for charity
Loaves and Fishes: Four years of community service
Mind UR Head’s Safe Ride Home Program
Purple Ribbon Campaign — one ribbon, one victim
Scouts assist with Operation Christmas Child
Significant Medicare drug coverage changes could impact seniors
Survivors: A story of hope
The Clothesline Project continues
UU Fellowship to consider Halloween customs, traditions
Veterans Day activities schedule announced
Village at Wolf Creek public forum tonight
‘Cans for Clothes’ takes place Nov. 14
Community Center News Annual Halloween Carnival — a boo-tacular time
Editorial Stand up for the Average Joe
Focus Pirate Achievement Center:
Getting students out to keep them in
Food For Thought Cure the birthday blues with canelloni
Legals Legals 10/29/09
Letters to the Editor Letters to Editor
Library News Civic Club holiday bazaar takes place next weekend
Builders Association asks, ‘What green features would you choose?’
Cold case goes national
Settlement reached in dog attack lawsuit
Town, county, districts hold joint work session
Reward offered for information about lynx killed near Silverton
Wild Pagosa Outdoor program to host 5K and Kids’ Fun Run Saturday
Wild for Wilderness online auction
Obituaries & In Memorium In Memoriam — Tony Phil Lujan
Parks & Recreation Parks and rec funding: Who pays the price?
Pagosa Lakes News Health and fitness are your responsibility
Pagosa Past What happened to M.O. Archuleta?
Random Shuffle Locking them in to all of it
Religion CUMC opens new sanctuary Sunday
A night for spirituality
UU Fellowship to consider Halloween customs, traditions
Senior News Taking the show on the road
Sports Pirate girls win regional cross country title
Pirates drop close one to Delta, 35-33
Volleyball season ends at IML tournament
Wolf Creek Race Team to hold fund-raiser
Wolf Creek Ski Area will open on Halloween
Veterans Update on VA travel money