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Get your color on, at ColorFest

Get your color on,  at ColorFest

Special to The PREVIEW Get your color on! From today, Sept. 19, to Sunday, Sept. 22, numerous activities will take place in Pagosa Springs, celebrating ColorFest weekend. The festivities begin…

Are you ready for the Affordable Care Act?

SUN Columnist There is one thing surely associated with the new Affordable Care Act — everyone has an opinion. From joy over non-exclusion of pre-existing conditions to the complication of…

Sign up for Business After Hours

SUN Columnist Typically, the first Monday of October is SunDowner signup time. This year, the Chamber is changing a few of the guidelines for SunDowners or Business After Hours events.…

Jack and Katy Threet receive a well-deserved award

Jack and Katy Threet receive a well-deserved award

Special to The SUN When I looked last year at the list of nominees for the Stith Award as Citizen of the Year — and at the winners — the…

Get ready for ColorFest activities

SUN Columnist A reminder to Chamber member restaurants and all non-profit agencies: Turn in the appropriate paperwork for ColorFest or County Lodging Tax special event funding. The Chamber is planning…

Excuse the mess, Visitor Center gets facelift

SUN Columnist Starting Monday, the Chamber of Commerce/Visitor Center building is undergoing a renovation and painting facelift. This long-overdue project will include removing all the old nails that secure the…

Holiday business meeting planned

SUN Columnist Just as the summer rains are upon us, we must be thinking ahead, and that brings us to the holiday season. Pagosa is typically rich with visitors over…

ColorFest and Business Expo dates set

SUN Columnist Two big Chamber of Commerce events have been set for the fall months. Coming first on the calendar is the traditional Reach for the Peaks balloon rally and…

Pagosa Springs will host 2014 Rural Philanthropy Days

SUN Columnist Have you ever needed food from one of the local food banks? Has your child attended Seeds of Learning, after school programs or camps? Have you received your…

It’s shaping up to be a busy month of July

SUN Columnist Between business and social events, it is shaping up to be a very busy month of July. Following is a synopsis of some of the activities for you…