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Colorado Attorney General’s Office unveils top 2014 consumer complaints, inquiries

By Carolyn Tyler Special to The SUN The Consumer Protection Section of the Colorado Attorney General’s Office has unveiled its annual list of the top 10 consumer complaints. During the…

Pagosan places first in CMU Showcase

By Dana Nunn Special to The SUN The sixth annual Colorado Mesa University Student Showcase was held on Friday, April 24, on CMU’s main campus. Cy Henry, from Pagosa Springs,…

Chamber provides valuable community information

By Angela Wirth SUN Columnist For new residents looking for valuable information about Pagosa Springs’ services, demographics and businesses, contact the Chamber’s Welcome Service at 264-2360 for a swag bag…

PAWSD sees results of fixed leak

The April water loss update for the Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District (PAWSD) presented last week showed that the district’s total water loss fell to nearly half of the…

New Mexico approves Tracks Across Borders Byway

By Muriel Eason Special to The SUN On Thursday, May 21, the New Mexico State Transportation Commission officially approved designation of the New Mexico portion of the Tracks Across Borders…

Sewer district considers dormant account status

Having a dormant sewer account may soon be a possibility for certain customers of the Pagosa Springs Sanitation and General Improvement District (PSSGID), according to a decision made at last…

Town supports Downtown Task Force

A Department of Local Affairs (DoLA) grant application to help support the Downtown Task Force was just one of several items the Pagosa Springs town council decided to move forward…

Students make the grade with trail restoration project

Students make the grade with trail restoration project

By Chris Hinger Special to The SUN Last Thursday, the eighth-grade class joined forces with the Pagosa Ranger District of the San Juan National Forest, Pagosa Area Trails Council and…

Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership sees big boost

The Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership (GGP), which for the past several years has envisioned a project that would see three geodesic grow domes erected in downtown Pagosa Springs, received two big…

Texas’ Spirit Youth Choir to present ‘Godspell’ locally

By Michelle Huck Special to The PREVIEW Spirit Youth Choir from First United Methodist Church in San Angelo, Texas, will present the musical drama “Godspell” during a special concert on…