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Tuesday, September 21, 2021

71st annual Red Ryder Roundup Rodeo set for July 2-4

Photo courtesy Diana TalbotThis cowgirl grits her teeth and tightens the turn around a barrel at the ladies’ barrel racing event at the Red...

Flag Day commemoration planned

By Carolyn Pascal Daughters of the American Revolution Flag Day is commemorated in the United States on June 14 annually. It commemorates the adoption of the...

Photography Club to hear about focus stacking

By Gregg HeidPagosa Springs Photography Club The June meeting of the Pagosa Springs Photography Club will be held on June 9 at 6:30 p.m. via...

Rotary Club of Pagosa Springs trash pick up

Photos courtesy Rotary Club of Pagosa SpringsOn behalf of the Rotary Club of Pagosa Springs, Meg Wempe, Cindi and Kareena Galabota, Renee Vanover, Elaine...

Pagosa’s Multi-Purpose Pavilion to host dinner dance

By Tari Woods Special to The PREVIEW On June 6 at the uptown Quality Resort, the pavilion committee will present The Winner’s Circle Buffet. This is...

Local youth complete ‘Resilience’ mural at Yamaguchi Park

By John FinefrockRise Above Violence Local youth in Rise Above Violence’s Youth Rise program have completed a mural at Yamaguchi Park. In April, Rise Above Colorado,...

Next San Juan Stargazers meeting set for June 24

By Joan MieritzSan Juan Stargazers Our next San Juan Stargazers astronomy club meeting will be on Thursday, June 24, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at...

Rotary project provides desks and blackboards to school in West Africa

By Pat LovePagosa Springs Rotary Club It didn’t take long for the Pagosa Springs Rotary Club to discover “twinning is winning.” Just a few short...

‘Out of the goodness of their hearts’: Women Helping in Pagosa Springs...

By John Finefrock Staff Writer For about 12 years, Women Helping in Pagosa Springs (WHIPS) has met each month to discuss how they can better serve...

Muskrats ramble in the Riverwalk wetlands

By Josh Pike Pagosa Wetland Partners Throughout the Riverwalk wetlands, muskrats ramble, rustle and swim. Birds are perhaps the most recognizable residents of the wetlands, from...