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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…

CDC director to work as advisor on Reservoir Hill finance project

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer Larry Fisher, speaking on behalf of the finance subcommittee for the Pagosa Springs Town Tourism Committee, came to the Community Development Corporation’s Monday meeting to…

Contract complete for fiber optic project

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer Archuleta County’s Board of County Commissioners approved Tuesday a three-way contract with the Town of Pagosa Springs and USA Communications that will allow for the…

Forest Service extends comment period on Village at Wolf Creek Access Project

By Mike Blakeman Special to The SUN The Rio Grande National Forest (RGNF) is extending the 45-day comment period on the Village at Wolf Creek Access Project Draft Environmental Impact…

Downtown Visitor Center to switch to winter hours

By Mary Jo Coulehan SUN Columnist Beginning Monday, Oct. 15, the Pagosa Springs Visitor Center downtown will switch to winter hours. The center will be open Monday through Friday from…

Delinquent tax notices show decline in number

By Randi PierceStaff Writer The annual delinquent tax notices for real property, printed in this week’s Public Notices portion of The SUN, connect with the overall economic health of the…

Customers warned of fake PayPal scam

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer PayPal customers beware. A new scam is targeting PayPal customers in the form of notifications of refunds that then require customers to login to a…

Medical center develops plans for grant money

By Lindsey Bright Staff Writer In May, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) awarded 113 Health Care Innovation Grants, one of which was awarded to the Pagosa Springs…