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Tax revenues continue to rise in first quarter

Staff Writer Town manager David Mitchem presented an ordinance to town council earlier this month that was designed to change the incentives Pagosa Springs gives to businesses for economic development,…

Memorial Day events planned

SUN Staff Memorial Day events are scheduled in Pagosa Springs and the surrounding area on Monday, May 27. Mullins-Nickerson American Legion Post 108 will conduct a memorial service at the…

Wal-Mart submits permit application

Staff Writer Wal-Mart is on track to break ground this summer and begin construction of a 92,000 square-foot super center at the corner of Alpha Drive and Aspen Village Drive…

Navajo State Park open for boating, camping

From Colorado Parks and Wildlife Navajo State Park is open and ready for campers, boaters and summer fun. The lake level is low, but the boat ramp is open and…

Pagosans can aid Oklahoma tornado victims

The devastation of yesterday’s massive outbreak of tornadoes in Oklahoma weighs heavy on many hearts today. If you ask yourself what can you do to make a difference by helping…

BoCC meets today, considers abatements, road names

The Board of County Commissioners meets today at 1:30 p.m. at the county courthouse. The agenda is as follows. Call to order. Pledge of allegiance. Moment of silence. Public comments.…

Taylor Strohecker repeats as state high jump champion

Pagosa Springs track athlete Taylor Strohecker has repeated as the Colorado Class 3A champion in the high jump event. Strohecker, a junior, competed last weekend at Jeffco Stadium and took…

Museum seeks volunteers for Saturday work day

Come, help clean the museum in advance of this summer’s opening. San Juan Historical Society members and any interested persons will gather at the museum on Saturday at 9 a.m.…

School bus evacuated in incident on Put Hill

Mark DeVoti, Superintendent of Archuleta School District, informed the public of a school bus incident this afternoon. “Bus 13 was heading up Put Hill when a heater hose in the…

Is your business prepared for emergencies?

SUN Columnist We continue to encourage businesses to take this springtime season to look at the way they are doing business and to improve various business practices. We have written…