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Adequate jail

Dear Editor: Regarding the values of our early settlers, our county sheriff is a descendant of one of those families. Their strength and compassion is reflected in his mannerisms and…

Crazy or nuts

Dear Editor: How telling. Two “letters” from the elitist, tolerant, open minded, compassionate left (“climate change” plus “nut cases”) have the identical theme: you’re crazy or nuts if your opinion…

Investigation

Dear Editor: An open letter to Congressman Scott Tipton about getting to truth regarding the Trump administration and Russia. The full version of this story is available in the print…

Opposing voice

Dear Editor: Gen. George Patton said “If everyone is thinking alike, then somebody isn’t thinking.” The full version of this story is available in the print edition and e-edition of…

Tipton town hall

Dear Editor: There are many people in Pagosa Springs and throughout southwest Colorado who want to be sure that other voices besides those of billionaires, financial tycoons, and corporations are…

Comic relief

Dear Editor: Dave, Dave, Dave (Blake, that is) … I, too, have been using your letters to the editor in The Pagosa SUN for comic relief, as referenced by another…

Climate change

Dear Editor: In last week’s paper there was a letter to the editor in which the author chided all Pagosa residents because they voiced an opinion (which was obviously different…

Least deserving

Dear Editor: I read Mr. Bolland’s letter to the editor with respect and sadness. It isn’t that he’s wrong in any of his group’s beliefs. It’s that his group chose…

Giving respect

Dear Editor: It’s been less than a month and already we’re seeing childish name calling by the losing side. I can remember the same pattern with the election of Mister…

K-12 funding

Dear Editor: The Colorado Legislature again will be struggling to balance the budget and it looks like they will do it again on the back of K-12 education by decreasing…

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