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Colorado Attorney General’s Office halts a fourth telemarketing company from deceiving consumers

By Carolyn Tyler Special to The SUN The Colorado Attorney General’s Office has stopped another magazine company and its owners from deceiving consumers in order to secure magazine subscriptions. Subscriber…

Chamber plans events, activities

By Angela Wirth SUN Columnist Tickets are now on sale for the Passport to Pagosa Wine and Food Festival, which is part of the Pagosa Springs Chamber’s big Colorfest weekend.…

Electronic death records system improves service, provides data security

By Mark Salley Special to The SUN The Vital Records Office of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is nearing completion of the $1 million project that provides…

Broadband Internet access affects economic development

Broadband Internet availability was the main topic of a conference that three members of the Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation attended recently. At last week’s public meeting, CDC board president…

LPEA to launch pole-replacement project on July 20

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN To help ensure reliability of service, as well as the safety of cooperative members, La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) will initiate a utility…

Youth soccer registration begins Monday

By Darren Lewis SUN Columnist Youth soccer registration for children ages 5-12 begins Monday, July 20, and will run through Aug. 7. Registrations will be available at the recreation office…

Remaining non-ACA health insurance plans to phase out in 2015

By Vincent Plymell Special to The SUN The Colorado Division of Insurance (DOI), part of the Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA), announced that all remaining health insurance plans for individuals…

Supreme Court ruling only one factor in health insurance decisions

By Trudy Lieberman Special to The SUN At the end of its 2014-15 term, the Supreme Court decided that the key component of the Affordable Care Act — the tax…

New scholarship program announced for FLC accounting and music majors

By Mark Jastorff Special to The SUN The Fort Lewis College (FLC)Foundation is pleased to announce the Gene and Sally Bradley Scholarship. The award will be available in fall 2015…

Social Security turns 80 years old

By Marian Lark Special to The SUN Eighty years ago, on Aug. 14, 1935, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act into law. The new law guaranteed a…