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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…

Special

Special

Dear Editor: Pagosa Springs is special because of its uniqueness and one of its unique features is that we do not have a Wal-Mart — yet. We will lose our…

Civility

Civility

Dear Editor: The editorial in the Oct. 24, 2013 issue of The Pagosa SUN, entitled “Opponents are Not Enemies,” was a well thought out commentary based on ideology I can…

Geothermal

Geothermal

Dear Editor: We are on the front edge of a new and exciting kind of job and business era in Archuleta County. One that could provide real living wages without…

Rates

Rates

Dear Editor: Reservoirs do not mean water will be there, i.e., Lake Powell is now lowest ever. Good for PAWSD to step out of Dry Gulch reservoir project. Also, good…

On our own?

On our own?

Dear Editor: Many today resent government regulation. I write as one who lived through WW II. Without government regulation, we would never have made it. Incomes were frozen, rents were…

Thank you

Thank you

Dear Editor: Looking back brings to me a lot of powerful, moving thoughts about this day. The facts are simple enough. November 11 is Veterans Day. The day when those…

OK

OK

Dear Editor: Ladies and Gentlemen: Here is a  simple, plainly worded question for the 12,000-plus citizens of Archuleta County. If the Board of County Commissioners passed some new law or…