Widgetized Section

Go to Admin » Appearance » Widgets » and move Gabfire Widget: Social into that MastheadOverlay zone

— Subscribe to this topic on PagosaSUN.com
Home » Archives by category » Opinion » Letters to the Editor (Page 17)

Voting for Smith

Dear Editor: We need a law enforcement partner. Why would someone vote for Carl Smith for sheriff? Well, first there is his experience, and I mean real world 21st century…

Support Carl

Dear Editor: Oprah Winfrey asked him to appear on her program for his expertise on juvenile crime. Heinous crimes he solved as a San Diego homicide detective have been featured…

Cast your vote

Dear Editor: We are now down to the last week. It is time to get your ballots into the clerk’s office. More than anything, I want you to remember to…

Obama policies

Dear Editor: Think about it. What’s the one common denominator — the towering central figure — in all the recent scandals about which Obama expresses how mad he is? Obama…

Support Spencer

Dear Editor: We regretfully had to leave Archuleta County for work about two years ago after living there for over 13 years. So we continue to keep up with current…

Narrow minded

Dear Editor: This is written in response to Eugene Witkowski’s letter of June 12. I have read this man’s diatribes for several years and wondered how an individual could be…

Influence

Dear Editor: Influence of non-elected individuals. From the federal level down to special districts one sees the influence of non-elected individuals controlling the members of the governing body. On June…

Sheriff pledge

Dear Editor: Last week’s letter to the editor by Lisa Scott was titled “Oath of Office.” This is a misrepresentation of the original “Pledge for Sheriff Candidates” which I wrote,…

Inspired

Dear Editor: Last week as I attended Rural Philanthropy Days (RPD), I was truly inspired by all the good work being done by both local and regional nonprofits. About 350…

Dud candidates

Dear Editor: At the League of Women’s meeting last Wednesday was clear both Republicans for county commissioner were duds. Dennis Spencer is off the chart as sky in the pie…