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Nuisance

Dear Editor: Thank you, Archuleta County Building and Planning. Last week I filed a nuisance ordinance complaint form with John Ruyle of the Building and Planning Department regarding the junk…

What will change?

Dear Editor: It is becoming more and more apparent to Americans that for 100 years and more, we’ve been electing weak-minded people to be our leaders. A majority of Americans,…

Obamacare

Dear Editor: Obamacare has met all expectations. To Democrats it insures 30 million folks that previously had no health insurance and saves each family $2,500 (they believe), and to Republicans…

Driver’s license

Dear Editor: One now has to drive 120 miles round trip and a day’s wait to renew a driver’s license. This is unsafe for our community. Please, folks, write to…

John Graves

Dear Editor: John Graves lived as a wellspring of creativity. John was as caring, sincere, generous, talented and intelligent a person as one could ever hope to meet. Our community…

Returning vets

Dear Editor: WWII required a draft — all able-bodied men were called up. Those teenagers, like my husband, returned and took up where they left off (went to college). Those…

Cindy’s sharing

Dear Editor: I want to write about the community band concert, but that will come later. My next set of heroes are as follows: We have a quiet, gracious man…

Vital center

Dear Editor: The Ross Aragon Community Center is vital to this community, to those living in town and to those living around the county. Think about this: If we were…

Barking dogs

Dear Editor: There are a lot of dogs in Pagosa Springs and I’m included in that number. The problem is people leave their dogs out tied to a tree or…

Decent people

Dear Editor: “Stand by your man” took a whole new meaning for me during this election season as I literally stood on corners waving at people and holding a sign…