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Bob Beauprez

Dear Editor: Several weeks ago I was invited to meet Bob Beauprez at a neighbor’s home. On arriving I was fortunate to have an immediate conversation with him for about…

County control

Dear Editor: I was born and raised in Archuleta County. It is still my home. I love Archuleta County and I want nothing but the best of everything for us.…

Vote

Dear Editor: After nine years of residence in Pagosa Springs, I am only now inclined to write a letter to your paper. I love this town tremendously and am proud…

Setting it straight

Dear Editor: A little over three weeks ago I sent out an email titled “Ray Lattin is the Republican candidate for commissioner” in which I made certain statements about Michael…

Our servant?

Dear Editor: Mark Udall, our servant? Approval rates for Congress are below 10 percent. Reason: regardless of party, the longer a congressman is in office the more polarized his/her voting…

Yes on 105

Dear Editor: Proposition 105 will appear on our ballots in Colorado in a few weeks. It is a sensible approach to transparency in food labeling allowing us to know what…

Independent

Dear Editor: Will we allow the fact that Commissioner Whiting is an independent effect our decision this November? Does party matter in Archuleta County politics and government? Should it? This…

Invest in Seeds

Dear Editor: The National Retail Federation predicts that Americans will spend $7.4 billion celebrating Halloween. That is equivalent to about $23 for every man, woman and child. Now, I like…

Balanced budget

Dear Editor: Reference balanced budget. You will never balance the federal budget unless you change our free trade policies. Don Reid Follow these topics: Letters to the Editor, Opinion…

Not accurate

Dear Editor: Mr. Cotton’s letter last week began by stating that Mr. Whiting had put forth that the town and county are only now working together. That is not complete…