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For us

For us

Dear Editor: Several years ago Woody Guthrie wrote, “This land is your land, This land is my land, From California to the New York island, This land was made for…

Good old days

Good old days

Dear Editor: Thirty years ago, my family purchased a three-acre lot in town (Piedra Estates). We were told at that time by the developer and town that our road would…

Spring turkey season opens April 13

By Michael Seraphin Special to The SUN Between April 13 and May 26, some 12,000 hunters will take to the fields and woods in Colorado as part of one of…

Staged

Staged

Dear Editor: I keep hearing that Archuleta County is broke, revenues are down, and services have to be cut. Why, then, are BoCC members such as Steve Wadley wasting their…

Simple

Simple

Dear Editor: I am writing this letter in an attempt to clear up any remaining confusion that has been created (through perfidy and subterfuge) about filling out the election ballot…

Audubon meeting to feature local wildlife biologists

By Becky Herman Special to The SUN The Weminuche Audubon Society chapter of the National Audubon Society will hold its monthly meeting on Wednesday, April 17, 6:30-8:30 p.m. in the…

District solicits responses on school security survey

By Mark DeVoti Special to The SUN The board of education for Archuleta School District 50-JT has been highlighting talks on school safety and security at their monthly meetings and…

Cards of Thanks

Stephens Thank you for the wonderful gift of a smile with teeth. I could never express my appreciation to all the people involved in selecting me as your candidate for…

No recall

No recall

Dear Editor: For two years leading up to this past January, I was represented in Denver by J. Paul Brown. Although he may be a nice man, his right wing,…

Chimney Rock National Monument volunteer training days

By Nadia Werby Special to The SUN There are approximately 80 friendly volunteers who are the heart of the Chimney Rock Interpretive Association (CRIA), which operates the interpretive program at…