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County’s July sales tax revenues down 2.14 percent from 2011

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer For the last three months, reported sales tax revenues for Archuleta County have been below what they were for the same period last summer, indicating…

Study makes claims for economic value of airport

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer According to an Economic Impact Study (EIS) completed by the Archuleta County Airport Advisory Committee (AAC), for every dollar Archuleta County invests in the Stevens…

BoCC paves way for gasification plant, sawmill site near airport

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer The Sustainable Forest Development Minor Subdivision received final plat approval Tuesday afternoon, further paving the way for Renewable Forest Energy, LLC to develop the site…

2013 SunDowner signups scheduled for Oct. 1

By Mary Jo Coulehan SUN Columnist Do you have a new business; a business that has added product or completed some renovations on the property? Does your business need a…

Last chance to enroll in marketing class

By Marcy Mitchell Special to The SUN The deadline to register for the Marketing for Smarties Class is Sept. 28. There is limited seating, so contact Lynn Asano at Asano_l@fortlewis.edu…

Community projects can measure economic impact

By Terry Blair-Burton Special to The SUN The Region 9 Economic Development District of Southwest Colorado is now offering IMPLAN economic modeling in the region.  MIG, Inc. is the source…

CDC implements Economic Gardening initiatives

By Muriel Eason Special to The SUN Muriel Eason, chairman of the Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation (PSCDC), is now a certified Economic Gardening Program Director, a title conferred by…

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…

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…