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Street sweeper

Dear Editor: Mr. Nolan Olson, Colorado CDOT operator street sweeper was street sweeping all the downtown Pagosa Springs curbs and streets. He also came by in front of the courthouse…

Regulations

Dear Editor: Rep. Tipton, both at his April 11 appearance in Pagosa (Republican Women luncheon) and April 18 Town Hall meeting in Alamosa said “Regulations cost us $2 trillion.” He…

Quality of life

Dear Editor: Remember that film clip of a Marine helicopter lifting refugees off the tower of the US Embassy in Saigon as we pulled out of South Vietnam … well…

Electing judges

Dear Editor: A few weeks ago, there was a letter published in The SUN in which, among other issues, the writer asserted his position that our judges should be elected…

Simple answers

Dear Editor: Simple answers to last week’s “Simple questions”: The full version of this story is available in the print edition and e-edition of the Pagosa Springs SUN. Subscribe today…

Climate March

Dear Editor: I would like to thank everyone who participated in the “People’s Climate March” on Saturday, April 29. We showed our support for the large march on Washington, D.C.,…

Local hospital

Dear Editor: Thank about this. Back in 1984, when we were still “tourists,” I suffered a tib-fib twist break while skiing. The nearest hospital to the ski area at that…

Name change

Dear Editor: Southwestern Water Conservation District (SWCD) surveyed Archuleta County for possible water reservoir sites in 1968. One of the sites chosen was just east of the Town of Pagosa…

Simple questions

Dear Editor: The Republicans are gnawing at the Affordable Care Act once again. As he prepares to march to his party’s tune, ask Rep. Tipton to answer seven simple questions.…

Oil and gas

Dear Editor: Back in January the Republicans in the House of Representatives, including Congressman Scott Tipton, voted to eliminate an Obama administration rule often referred to as the “Methane Rule.”…