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Ruined by trash

Dear Editor: Susan Hunter wrote an editorial last week titled “Clean Up Pagosa” and I wholeheartedly agree. In fact, I have written editorials before and have often visited the Town…

Turning a blind eye

Dear Editor: We know that ignoring bad behavior doesn’t make it stop or magically improve. So, why do we continue to tolerate inexcusable behavior? If we’re wondering why young adults…

Missing county assets

Dear Editor: I want to thank you for keeping your fingerer on the missing County assets and the on going investigation. I do believe there are a strong number of…

Exterminating proven trout

Dear Editor: Survival of the weakest? Our Dpt. of Parks and Wildlife writers are talking up a project to reintroduce an ancient line of trout, San Juan Cutthroats, into Wolf…

Watch our money

Dear Editor: The county commissioners and town counsel voted to spend / waste $550,000 of Pagosa taxpayer money on a gamble and 6 million dollars of federal money on a…

Addressing global warming

Dear Editor: In response to a recent letter-writer, there are ways to address global warming while also protecting the economy. The full version of this story is available in the…

‘People vote with their feet’

Dear Editor: As I read Emrys Tyler’s letter about The Impossibility of Climate Change, the phrases “people vote with their feet” and “people vote with their wallet” came to mind.…

Carbon policy

Dear Editor: De-carbonizing our country will be an enormous challenge. The opportunity of that challenge will be in incredible job growth, an economic stimulate. The Brookings Institute just issued a…

Vote for Whiting

Dear Editor: Everyone should have received their LPEA ballot by now. Please return your ballot as soon as possible. The full version of this story is available in the print…

First Amendment rights at risk

Dear Editor: Thank you to Gary Hardin, who expressed concern in an April 4 letter to the editor about the Board of County Commissioner’s (BoCC) recent decision to uphold the…