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In the line of duty

Dear Editor: President Obama’s disgusting response. Every time the media or the president reports an injustice, let’s ask ourselves: If the suspect followed the officer’s directions, would this have occurred?…

Jewel of Pagosa

Dear Editor: Cindy Gustafson passed away last week. She hasn’t been gone long and I miss her already. A people person who lived life to the fullest, she enjoyed being…

Local discount

Dear Editor: I see all over town little signs and in The SUN asking us to “Shop Pagosa.” I also read in your paper how the county/city is experiencing higher…

Charter school

Dear Editor: Supporting Pagosa Springs through education. In support of our community, I encourage all families and anyone interested in the community’s educational welfare to come to a free public…

Torch passed

Dear Editor: Pagosa Springs has experienced several sad weeks — with the death of our believed “professor” John Graves and now the passing of “The Town Crier” Cindy Gustafson —…

Memories

Dear Editor: Looking Back photo Nov. 27. The picture of “Juan Frijole”fire truck (barely visible inscription on the engine hood) taken from the June 9, 1977, edition of The SUN…

Answer the door

Dear Editor: Legend: There was a monk who knelt continually in his cell and prayed. He had made a vow that none should see his face until he had looked…

Parody

Dear Editor: The location and players: Somewhere in northern Iraq, two Islamic jihadists, identified only as “Jalal” and “Shakir,” taking a break from beheading infidels and discussing world events after…

Need to be shot

Dear Editor: “Some people just need to be shot.” Longtime friend Clint Smith said that line during a “60 Minutes II” interview in January, 2001 regarding SWAT sniper training. Surely…

Summit

Dear Editor: There is no time like the present. That old saying is especially true when it comes to restarting economic development efforts here in Archuleta County. Today, we have…