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Lies

Lies

Dear Editor: I’m a little late on this, so please forgive me. I have two complaints concerning an ad placed in the Pagosa SUN on Oct. 24 by the Tea…

County money

County money

Dear Editor: As the county budget process nears completion, I want to publicly thank the entire county staff and our other elected officials for their terrific efforts in an unprecedented…

Covered

Covered

Dear Editor: I just signed up for health insurance! For the first time since moving to this country 13 years ago, my husband and I have health insurance with premiums…

Water

Water

Dear Editor: Following the 2002-03 drought, Colorado got serious about water. It tried some top down water planning no one felt comfortable with. However, in 2006 Colorado adopted a bottom…

Remembrance

Remembrance

Dear Editor: As I honored Veterans Day, I reminded myself to also commemorate the original Armistice Day.  It is also known as Remembrance Day and, by an act of Congress,…

Americana

Americana

Dear Editor: Last week, the Americana Project held another concert at the Pagosa Springs High School starring KJ Denhert, who came all the way from NYC to share her talents,…

Sizzle

Sizzle

Dear Editor: I read a series of articles on a public policy website by Gabe Gabrielsen titled, “Why Most Local Governments Fail at Economic Development.” Gabe included a story about…

Departure

Departure

Dear Editor: Yes, it’s true. I don’t like it, but I certainly understand it. Dr. Peter Marshall, chief medical director for our Pagosa Springs Medical Center, has decided to leave…

Thankful

Thankful

Dear Editor: October 30, I was driving home down U.S. 84 when I barely slid on a section of black ice. I carelessly overcorrected. I launched my vehicle off the…

Answer

Answer

Dear Editor: A common proposition forwarded by conservatives when discussing entitlement assistance suggests that instead of extending financial aid to a recipient, teach him to fish. This way that person…