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Armistice Day

Dear Editor: As I prepare to honor Veterans Day, I remind myself to also commemorate the original Armistice Day. It is also known as Remembrance Day and, by an act…

Solarize Archuleta

Dear Editor: My children and grandchildren deserve a world free of encumbrances brought on by our failure to respect the balance of nature and effect brought on by the misuses…

Thoughtful voter

Dear Editor: Hopefully the “prosecution-hearing” of former Secretary of State Clinton will “put to bed” all of the mean-spirited ideas being floated around and allow our country to get back…

Faster Internet

Dear Editor: Faster Internet for everyone. If you haven’t voted yet, I urge you to vote yes on ballot question 1A. The ballot question is somewhat confusingly worded, but in…

PFPD mill levy

Dear Editor: In response to several articles stating a “quick fix” for the Pagosa Fire Protection District (PFPD) does not take into account the necessity to continually replace outdated and…

Stand ground

Dear Editor: Ahhh, the “forever war” … it all started with the invasion of Iraq, remember that successful mission when the then president landed on an aircraft carrier to declare,…

Support Hudson

Dear Editor: I am writing today to express my support for Bill Hudson for school board. I find Bill Hudson to be a vital member of our community. I know…

Support 1A

Dear Editor: In 2005, the state legislature passed the bill SB 152 limiting the ability of local governments to provide any sort of telecommunications, including public-private partnerships, to their citizens…

Pickleball lines

Dear Editor: As you know, the Ross Aragon Community Center’s mission is: to “provide affordable services and space for all ages and diverse groups to gather for social, sports, civic,…

Vote ‘yes’ on 1A

Dear Editor: Archuleta County voters have the opportunity to take control of their telecommunications future by voting “yes” on ballot question 1A on Tuesday, Nov. 3. Current Colorado legislation adopted…