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Colorado Women’s Small Business Conference set for July 29

By Angela Wirth Special to The SUN The Pagosa Springs Chamber’s next New Resident Orientation will be held on Thursday, July 16, at 1 p.m. For new residents looking for…

Making health insurance make sense

By Mike Fierberg Special to The SUN Q: I have health care coverage now through the new Health Insurance Marketplace, but I’m not sure I understand how it works, as…

Seasonal retailers face many hurdles

By Stanley Nakano Special to The SUN Small seasonal retailers can earn 50 percent or more of total annual sales between the months of May and September. The business choices…

Grant assists minors in immigration court

By Courtney Gibb Special to The SUN Question: How has the legal community helped unaccompanied immigrant children in Colorado? Answer: Hundreds of unaccompanied children, often under the age of 10,…

Health service district receives significant reimbursements

By Casey Crow Staff Writer The month of May was positive for the Upper San Juan Health Service District, which received two large reimbursements from the government and set several…

Town forms investment subcommittee

Pagosa Springs Mayor Don Volger appointed two council members, along with the town manager and town clerk, to serve on a subcommittee tasked with conducting research and making recommendations to…

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…