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CDC director to work as advisor on Reservoir Hill finance project

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer Larry Fisher, speaking on behalf of the finance subcommittee for the Pagosa Springs Town Tourism Committee, came to the Community Development Corporation’s Monday meeting to…

Wal-Mart appellants claim fraud, forgery

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer The Wal-Mart drama continued at last Thursday’s Town Council meeting as Steve and Vivian Rader took center stage to accuse town staff of forgery and…

Town well project could be delayed

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer The annual job performance evaluation for Pagosa Springs town manager David Mitchem was one of the items on the agenda at last Thursday’s town council…

Contract complete for fiber optic project

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer Archuleta County’s Board of County Commissioners approved Tuesday a three-way contract with the Town of Pagosa Springs and USA Communications that will allow for the…

Tomorrow is youth volleyball deadline

By Tom Carosello SUN Columnist Tomorrow is the deadline to register children ages 9-12 for this year’s youth volleyball program. Registrations are available at the elementary and middle schools, and…

Starks resigns from town staff

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer At last Thursday’s town council meeting, Phil Starks officially announced his intent to quit both of his positions with the town, as the director of…

County, town to participate in geothermal regs project

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer On Monday, Archuleta County and the Town of Pagosa Springs, in partnership with two other entities, received grant funding for the development of 1041regulations (dubbed…

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,…

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…