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Gessler responds to NFIB business fee challenge

By Scott Gessler Special to The SUN By now, many of you saw the recent court challenge filed by the National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB). The suit challenges my…

Lighting contest winners announced

By Jennifer Green Special to The PREVIEW The town looked very festive for the holidays this year. For the second consecutive year, the pagosa Springs Town Tourism Committee and the…

Town amends 2014 budget

At last week’s meeting, without any debate or questions, the Pagosa Springs Town Council voted to pass an amendment to its 2014 budget. “The item before you today,” Town Manager…

November unemployment up .6 percent

With Wolf Creek Ski Area not opening until the second weekend in November, and even then experiencing less-than-stellar snowfalls for the rest of the month, the unemployment rate did something…

2015 mill levies by the numbers

As part of its routine, year-end business at its Dec. 16 regular meeting, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners voted to certify the county’s mill levies and associated revenues…

Brand fees increase effective Jan. 1

By Christi Lightcap Special to The SUN Effective Jan. 1, fees through the Colorado Department of Agriculture’s Brand Inspection Division will increase. The fee increase includes cattle, horse and sheep…

Thin ice proves problematic for area animals

Thin ice proves problematic for area animals

Thin ice proved to be an issue for area animals over the last week, with both good and bad results. On Monday afternoon, Dec. 29, a horse was successfully rescued…

More snow on the way

One holiday storm is in the books for Pagosa Country and another looks to be on its way. A storm that began on Christmas and continued through the following day…

Historic department store: Five generations of family legacy

Historic department store: Five generations of family legacy

If someone were to walk up to a native of the area and ask where they could find the “Neiman Marcus of Pagosa Springs” (as it’s been called by some),…

Wal-Mart on schedule for March opening

The Wal-Mart construction project in uptown Pagosa Springs is on schedule, despite some weather-related delays, and the 93,000-square-foot store should still open sometime in March 2015. The full version of…