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Envy and covetousness

Dear Editor: Envy and covetousness have long been condemned by virtually every religion on the planet. In the Christian religion they are covered under the Ninth and Tenth Commandments (depending…

Drilling in Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

Dear Editor: If you care about wildlife and wild places, you should be concerned about a proposal to open the coastal plains region of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to…

Apology to Pagosa Springs

Dear Editor: I’d like to offer my most sincere apoligies for the events that took place the night of Jan. 2nd and Jan. 3rd. I’m very unhappy with the decisiones…

Solutions to big picture problems

Dear Editor: This is the second in a series of letters to the Sun. This letter will focus mostly on some potential solutions to the big picture problems identified in…

Take the high road

Dear Editor: I’ve been following the continuing saga between the pro and anti-Trump supporters. First of all, I applaud your newspaper for publishing both sides of the discussion; however, I…

Bad leadership at every level

Dear Editor: I have lived in Pagosa over 5 years now and have some feedback for you, for the decision-makers, leaders and residents of our beautiful town and county. This…

Blessed by EMS

Dear Editor: We are so blessed with a responsive and professional EMS. The full version of this story is available in the print edition and e-edition of the Pagosa Springs…

The jail and the county

Dear Editor: How can more involvement be gained to this County wide problem? jail vs. debt The full version of this story is available in the print edition and e-edition…

Tipton votes

Dear Editor: I am disappointed and angry that Rep Scott Tipton has twice voted against reopening up our federal agencies, pay our public servants, and restore some semblance of functionality…

Drop those misleading labels

Dear Editor: Politics … hmmm. Some ask, are you a “Repub. or a Dem.?” Well, just what does that mean anymore? Political parties “way back” were intended to be a…