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City Market evacuated over air concerns, no source confirmed

Grocery shopping became more of a hassle than normal for several shoppers at City Market Friday, Aug. 1, after several people reported coughing and irritation with their eyes and noses,…

City Market reopens following evacuation

The City Market, located on the west side of Pagosa Springs, was evacuated around 4 p.m. Friday following reports that individuals were having trouble breathing. The store reopened at approximately 5:25…

Health care law helping Colorado families see refunds

By Mike Fierberg Special to The SUN Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia M. Burwell announced that 52,277 consumers in Colorado will benefit from $2,721,701 in refunds from insurance companies…

Recommendation could change town’s landscape

The physical landscape of downtown Pagosa Springs could be changed forever if town council follows a recommendation made by its planning commission this week. Commission member Peter Adams, who recused…

Growing hospital addresses retention and recruitment

Over the past three months, concerns have been raised about retention and turnover rates within the Upper San Juan Health Service District (USJHSD), which includes the Pagosa Springs Medical Center…

Sandy Henderson

Sandy Henderson

Sandy Henderson recently relocated to Pagosa Springs from the Aspen Valley and has opened Salon Visage at 450 Lewis St., 3D. Henderson is a 33-year veteran in the hair industry,…

Real estate: Inventory up, affordability down

Second-quarter data for the real estate market in Archuleta County, dating April 13 through July 11, shows that new listings, sale prices and inventory are up. Overall, the quarter appears…

Budget season underway for county

It’s that time of year again for Archuleta County: budget season. Archuleta County Administrator Bentley Henderson, who is also serving as the county’s budget officer, hosted a kick-off meeting July…

Light on the horizon: Cerner’s impact expected to ease soon

June was another strong revenue month for the Upper San Juan Health Service District (USJHSD), with gross patient revenue coming in over $3 million for the second month in a…

Small Business Development Center sponsoring government contracts workshop Friday

By Mitchel Davis Special to The SUN The Southwest Colorado Small Business Development Center and Colorado’s Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) will host a free workshop on developing a marketing…