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Vote for Bob

Dear Editor: Like most residents of Archuleta County, I count on electricity to turn on lights reliably, cook my meals easily, heat my home comfortably, and power my electronic devices…

Ridicule leaders

Dear Editor: Amen to Mr. Stansbury. We live in the Unites States of America, the land of strong Christian values, love of family and God. Why would we want an…

Nobody benefits

Dear Editor: “Make your vote count.” “Bad officials are elected by good citizens who don’t vote.” —George Jean Nathan Standing ovations to Cynda Green for her letter of 3/27/14 stating…

Power

Dear Editor: Think about the power of electricity and how much we depend on it — our homes, businesses, entertainment, manufacturing, etc. All depend on electricity. Having spent thirty years,…

Constant war?

Dear Editor: The vile and hate penned by some of our local right wingers is only overshadowed by the ignorance and selective memory the letters demonstrate. When Russia invaded Georgia…

Endorsing Shari

Dear Editor: There is a new day dawning in Pagosa Springs. There is a new look coming to our Town Government and it looks like it will be a good…

Vacation spot

Dear Editor: “Hey, Marge. Where do you and the kids want to go on our vacation this year? “Paris? London? Rome? Grand Canyon? Yosemite? Yellowstone? Disneyland?” “No, Elmer. Let’s spend…

Clear the air

Dear Editor: It’s time to clear the air of misinformation concerning the upcoming ballot measure to create a public recreation center from a 1-percent sales tax increase. This community has…

Proud of town

Dear Editor: I want to thank The SUN, and many of our residents for helping discuss and debate the issue of the proposal for a bond issue to support a…

Unfriendly

Dear Editor: Last fall, my wife and I went to PAWSD to find out what was required to tap onto city water, as we were getting ready to build a…