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Edward Kaumeyer

Edward Kaumeyer, 91, passed away Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2012, in Wheat Ridge, Colo. He was born in Lancaster, Ohio, Dec. 4, 1920, and was the oldest of four brothers and…

West Nile outbreak could be worst in U.S. history

By Mike Baldyga  American College of Emergency Physicians Special to The SUN With the West Nile Virus outbreak set to be the worst in U.S. history, the nation’s emergency physicians…

Reimbursement for unpaid gold checks promised

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer Individuals in Pagosa Country who sold gold and other jewelry to Treasure Hunters in April and received bad checks in the deal can still seek…

English as a Second Language offered at Education Center

By Lynell Wiggers Special to The SUN Can you imagine living in another culture and not being able to speak the language? The loss of self-confidence is particularly difficult for…

Planning commission: ‘main street’ or Reservoir Hill?

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer The specter of development on Reservoir Hill continues to rear its head, most recently at a work session Tuesday night after the regular meeting of…

Council ponders Alpha Drive situation

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer At a Sept. 6 meeting, the Pagosa Springs Town Council approved the second reading of Ordinance 775, accepting ownership of a portion of Alpha Drive…

Wal-Mart design review decision appealed to town council

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer The Wal-Mart major design review application, which was approved by the Pagosa Springs Design Review Board on Aug. 21, has been appealed by Steven and…

EMS loses interim manager following securities complaint in Denver

By Lindsey Bright Staff Writer The Upper San Juan Health Services District has been without an Emergency Medical Services operations manager since Dave Bronson presented his resignation to the board…

Piedra Street paving to wait for the next season

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer According to the Pagosa Springs 5-year Capitol Street Improvement Plan, the two-block section of Piedra Street between 8th and 10th streets was supposed to be…

Lewis Street project — past due, but ‘quality product’

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer The contractor working on the Lewis Street repaving project in downtown Pagosa Springs has promised to be done by the end of October, according to…