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Sales tax figures positive, once the fog clears

Archuleta County Finance Director Diane Sorensen recently reported the September sales tax revenue received in November was $596,851 — an apparant decrease of $30,375 or 4.84 percent when compared to…

White’s Family Funeral Home

White’s Family Funeral Home

Longtime funeral service professional Matthew Boyle and his wife, Lera, moved to Pagosa Springs from Chicago, Ill., on Sept. 3, with a vision of taking quality funeral service to the…

County building permit revenues up 50 percent over last year

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer Third quarter reports for Archuleta County’s building and planning departments show, among other things, two trends in Archuleta County — increasing numbers of lot consolidations…

Shop local at the annual Parade of Stores

By Mary Jo Coulehan SUN Columnist The seventh annual Parade of Stores Shopping Extravaganza is just a month away. Get ready to enjoy big savings throughout town with the no-tax…

Board recommends demolition of downtown structure

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer The DeVore House, the two-story white and pink building located at 480 Lewis St., situated within the Pagosa Springs Historical District, was found to be…

Questions raised over employer’s presidential election e-mail

By Randi Pierce A local business owner is making regional headlines for an e-mail he sent to his employees informing them of a possible detriment to the business should President…

Downtown revitalization taskforce formed, planning underway

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer A group of about 16 concerned local citizens referring to themselves as “Imagine Downtown” has formed a downtown revitalization taskforce and have invited a company…

Old City Market: Give us the key

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer Ken Vickerstaff announced at the Monday meeting of the Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation that he is in final negotiations with representatives of City Market…

Planning ahead for 2013: the year you work on your business

By Mary Jo Coulehan SUN Columnist All around the community, government agencies, nonprofit organizations and businesses are planning for 2013. What will happen if the community tax base decreases significantly?…

Don’t seek treasure from the gold company

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer Individuals who sold gold and other jewelry to Treasure Hunters in April can no longer seek reimbursement from the company, which has declared bankruptcy. Treasure…