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Blighted view

Dear Editor: Peter Adams is a fine example of why a lot of people get involved with the government. They do it to manipulate rules and regulations to suit their…

Town’s landscape

Dear Editor: It is now necessary for me to make the following points of clarification to correct the misrepresentation of facts authored in Mr. Fincher’s article in last week’s paper…

School clinic

Dear Editor: School health clinic, just some thoughts. Seems like a good idea, but then, on second thought … in a small town like ours, the health center is not…

Rescued

Dear Editor: My wife and I have been part-time residents of Pagosa for nearly 14 years. We recently arrived on Monday, July 28, and as has been our tradition, had…

EDO transition

Dear Editor: I am executive director of the Region 9 Economic Development District of Southwest Colorado, www.scan.org. Part of our strategy is working with county economic development organizations (EDO) to…

Corporations

Dear Editor: “You shouldn’t get to call yourself an American company only when you want a handout from the American taxpayers,” President Obama. Well there’s the conundrum that should puzzle…

Benghazi report

Dear Editor: In case you Fox watchers haven’t noticed because there was no mention of it on the faux news network, the Republican-led House Intelligence Committee issued its final report…

Curtains Up

Dear Editor: I want to talk about one of the best things that happens in Pagosa and that is CUPS (Curtains Up Pagosa). A couple of years ago when they…

Asphalt trails

Dear Editor: Recently Tracy Bunning, of the town council, discussed the possibility of completing the Town-to-Lakes Trail with gravel in order to save money. This is not a good idea.…

Cultural events

Dear Editor: Hmmmm, some say we lack cultural events, really? Where have these folks been? For a start, we have an outstanding public library with scheduled “cultural” events and children’s…