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Celebrating Earth

The Pagosa Springs SUN’s Letters to the Editor pages from the past several weeks have been overflowing with climate change conversations and debates. The full version of this story is…

Pagosa’s pilgrimage

There are spiritual and prayerful aspects to a pilgrimage. In Jerusalem, pilgrims gather each year to trace the steps of Jesus Christ as He carried His cross. Just south of…

Hang up the phone

Do you ever send or read a text message while you are driving? Do you eat while driving? Talk on your phone? Put the last touches on your makeup? Find…

Trust the process

This week’s Legacies column takes us back 75 years ago to the April 3, 1952, edition of The Pagosa Springs SUN. “Pagosa Springs will not have a town election this…

We get letters

“I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.” — Evelyn Beatrice Hall. The Letters to the Editor pages provide a…

Move open records act into digital age

When the Fort Collins Coloradoan requested Colorado State University’s database of salaries, CSU pointed the newspaper to 145 printed pages on file at the university’s library. The Coloradoan undertook a…

It’s your right; it’s your business

Editor’s note: This editorial is printed in recognition of Sunshine Week, which is celebrated March 12-18. Every action of government is your business. Every document held in government halls is…

Charting the right course

In 1988, Albert Shanker, the president of the American Federation of Teachers, proposed a new type of publicly funded school — charter schools. The schools would be under a charter…

School board lessons

The Tuesday, Feb. 14, Archuleta School District (ASD) Board of Education meeting turned into a lesson on the Colorado Open Meetings Law. Toward the end of the meeting, Superintendent Linda…

What is there to hide?

“In the three-commissioner system we currently have, there is no real opportunity to ‘build’ consensus or coalition without violating open meetings laws.” We were surprised and disappointed to read the…

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