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Roberts welcomes more viewpoints to discussions

It’s been an interesting start to my summer. Responding to a reporter’s question of whether I’d be thinking about running for the U.S. Senate during the interim, I answered honestly…

ConnectEd Initiative for wireless connectivity sees progress

By Casey Crow Staff Writer Two years ago, President Barack Obama announced that he was setting a goal to provide 99 percent of American students with access to next-generation broadband…

Sign up for IRS summertime tax tips

By Karen A. Connelly Special to The SUN Taxpayers interested in receiving helpful consumer tips this summer to get a jump start on this year’s taxes should consider joining the…

Colorado Attorney General issues alert to consumers on threatening twist to grandparent phone scam

By Erin Lamb Special to The SUN A popular telephone scam targeting older citizens has taken a threatening new twist. The grandparent scam is often perpetrated when an older adult…

Council says no to pickleball lines on new gym floor

Even more pickleball players filled the audience of the Pagosa Springs Town Council chambers Tuesday evening than at last month’s meeting, but after considering the request to include permanently painted…

Colorado Division of Real Estate launches new eLicense system

By Eric Turner Special to The SUN Working in Colorado’s booming real estate industry just became more efficient and effective thanks to eLicense, a new online license management launched by…

Help your parents plan their ‘someday’

By Marian Lark Special to The SUN Since your parents have done a lot for you over your lifetime, this is the perfect time of year to return the favor…

Region 9 receives new business loan fund through Community Development Block Grant

By Laura Lewis Special to The SUN The Region 9 Economic Development District of Southwest Colorado Inc. will receive $580,000 through a new Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) contract between…

Medicare and Medicaid: Keeping us healthy for 50 years

By Mike Fierberg Special to The SUN It’s easy to forget that before 1966, roughly half of all seniors were uninsured, living in fear that the high cost of health…

New assistant principal hired for Pagosa Springs Middle School

New assistant principal hired for Pagosa Springs Middle School

By Casey Crow Staff Writer Archuleta School District (ASD) recently hired a new assistant principal for Pagosa Springs Middle School. The position was left vacant by Justin Cowan, who was…