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The Americana Project

Dear Editor: What an incredible evening of music. I was so proud to a member of this community and watch our high school students perform their newly written original music…

‘A fire, a family and a tiny dog’

Dear Editor, In your last issue of the paper I came across a letter entitled “A fire, a family and a tiny dog”. Besides the appeal and tragedy of the…

Theater clarification

Dear Editor: At the Budget meeting of the Town Council on December 4th, member Matt DeGuise suggested that funding for one of the Service Organizations, the Thingamajig Theater Company (“Thingamajig”),…

Judge results, not noise

Dear Editor: Well, silly season is almost over. We are faced with a critically important decision. Here is how this “conservative/independent/libertarian” sees the options. The full version of this story…

Sexual assault and domestic violence

Dear Editor: Imagine a safer community. In 2017 alone 293 individuals sought out services for sexual as- sault and domestic violence from Rise Above Violence in Archuleta County. These numbers…

Improperly subdivided parcels

Dear Editor: Concerning Mr. Shepard’s comments (November 29th issue of the SUN) regarding improperly subdivided parcels, it is important to understand the history behind the origination of the majority of…

Mueller’s investigation

Dear Editor: For many Americans like myself, the current situation we have with our President is one we have seen before and hoped to never see again. It is very…

A fire, a family and a tiny dog

Dear Editor: A fire on this past Nov. 11 took the home and all possessions of Tara Evans and her husband, Aus- tin, and their three sons. They lost everything…

Migrants

Dear Editor: I have an acquaintance of Polish heritage who is an acolyte of Trump, hates immigrants, and called me a “bleeding heart liberal.” I am not sure when and…

Time for reflection

Dear Editor: Gee, tomorrow is “Pearl Harbor Day”. Time for “reflection”. On Sunday Morning, December 7, 1941, the announcement came over the radio that our very own country was brutally…