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Reservoir Hill project: Who pays the way?

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer If Pagosa Springs Town Manager David Mitchem had walked into the Ross Aragon Community Center last week carrying a large hornet’s nest full of angrily…

Aragon attends Border Town Mayor’s Summit

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer Pagosa Springs Mayor Ross Aragon attended the third annual Border Town Mayor’s Summit hosted by Farmington Mayor Tommy Roberts at Farmington’s Gateway Museum on Thursday,…

Election counting equipment to be tested Oct. 3

By June Madrid Special to The SUN The Archuleta County Clerk’s Office runs a test count on election counting equipment to check the accuracy of the equipment prior to each…

Group considers downtown improvement, assessment to begin

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation board member Udgar Parsons, who recently attended a seminar by Downtown Colorado, Inc., led a meeting Sept. 20 at the…

PAWSD considers protection of water sources in wildfire situations

By Lindsey Bright Staff Writer The question of how to best protect source water and watersheds from effects of fire was prominent during Tuesday’s Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District’s…

Timber Ridge metro district service plan approved

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer The proposed Timber Ridge Metropolitan District is one step closer to formation following approval of a service plan by the Archuleta County Board of County…

Learn to avoid IRS tax traps

By Lynell Wiggers Special to The SUN In our volatile economic times, it is easy to have a sense of insecurity when looking at your financial future. Michael Dalsaso, a…

Volleyball forms available at elementary, middle schools

By Tom Carosello SUN Columnist Youth volleyball registration forms for children ages 9-12 are available at the elementary and middle schools through Oct. 5. Registrations are also available at the…

Chamber board seeking director nominations

By Mary Jo Coulehan SUN Columnist It is that time of year again, when the Chamber of Commerce prepares to lose three existing board members and replace them with three…

County takes new approach to reappraisal of commercial properties

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer In recent weeks, commercial property owners received a letter and form in the mail requesting rental and expense information regarding the property in order to…