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LPEA distributes unclaimed capital credits to area nonprofits

By Indiana Reed Special to The PREVIEW In an effort to make good use of idle funds left abandoned by former member-customers of La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) as unclaimed…

PLPOA leadership

Dear Editor: I note in the 10 April edition of The SUN that the PLPOA has four Board vacancies for the upcoming election. This number can constitute a majority of…

Rule bending

Dear Editor: As a lifelong Republican, I am concerned that our own county caucus and primary processes not start out with old-school problems and rule-bending. Contrary to his political ad…

Support Lynch

Dear Editor: I am supporting Bob Lynch, candidate for LPEA Board of Directors. I have known Bob for a number of years and have been fortunate to work with him…

The bright side

Dear Editor: The new electrical generation plans brought online in the first two months of 2014 were 92 percent renewable energy in the United States. Six new wind farms were…

Hold the line

Dear Editor: Vote for both Paul Hansen and Gordon McIver in the 6 May PAWSD election. Otherwise, you can expect your water bill to continue to increase. Are you not…

Don’t vacate

Dear Editor: I recently received a notice that an application to Vacation the Right of Way of Piedra Street and Navajo Street and the alley between 6th/7th Streets. That a…

Perspective

Dear Editor: If you drive a car that is poorly assembled and it gets 40 percent less gas mileage than a new model, in a perfect world, what would you…

Mountain Studies Institute, Forest Health Partnership offer forest monitoring training

By Aaron Kimple Special to The SUN Forest health is a term we hear a lot about these days. We hear it in relation to bugs and wildfire and water…

Amazing team

Dear Editor: This year, my class and I have received quite a bit of media attention from both People Magazine and the Office Depot “Teachers Change Lives” program. I am…