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Brown stays busy with legislative duties

It has been a very busy legislative summer and fall, with multiple interim committee hearings and statewide tours for capital development, water, transportation and off-highway vehicles. The South Platte River…

Durango Elks Lodge offers scholarships

By Sharon Camarca Special to The SUN Durango Elks Lodge No. 507 will hold an open house scholarship applicant review on Monday, Nov. 30, from 3 to 5 p.m. Seniors…

If building permits are up, why is construction sales tax down?

While sales tax collections in Archuleta County have broken several records this year, and all indications are that the local economy is recovering after the most recent recession, one industry…

For Social Security beneficiaries, shock and disbelief

By Ellen James Martin, Washington News Service Special to The SUN Word from the Social Security Administration that there’ll be no inflation adjustment in 2016 is causing shock and disbelief…

Cadillac tax brings more costs, less value to your health insurance

By Trudy Lieberman Special to The SUN More health insurance upheaval is coming your way. The value of your health insurance is shrinking and you may be paying more for…

Regional organizations issue report on economic health

The Economic Health and Diversity Report, the first report in a series titled “The 2015 Southwest Colorado Index,” was published Nov. 5, according to a press release from Paige Elliott…

County resident loses garage to fire

Pagosa Fire Protection District personnel were busy the afternoon of Wednesday, Nov. 4, responding to smells of gas, vehicle accidents and a structure fire that left an Archuleta County resident…

Certificate of Bravery awarded to 5-year-old girl

Certificate of Bravery awarded to 5-year-old girl

By Jasmin Wampler Special to The SUN On Tuesday, Nov. 3, Kahlan George, age 5, was able to prevent what might have been a disaster. She woke up to the…

Civil suit filed over county legal services contract

A group of four Archuleta County residents has filed a civil lawsuit against Archuleta County concerning the county’s legal services agreement with Rose Walker Starr LLP. More specifically, the case…

Town council discusses change to economic incentives package

The Pagosa Springs Town Council is currently in the middle of its budget season for 2016, having conducted several meetings and work sessions to discuss how it will, or won’t,…