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Chain saws in the wilderness

Dear Editor: I am a general member, and elected board member of the San Juan Back Country Horsemen. I’m a supporter and user of the two Wilderness Areas where temporary…

Taxation without representation

Dear Editor: A dictatorship is a form of government where one person or political party has the power to do whatever they want. The full version of this story is…

Local businesses support schools

Dear Editor: I would like to commend the local businesses and organizations for investing in our students’ well rounded education. I am continually blown away by our community’s business owners…

Keeping our town clean

Dear Editor: I wrote a letter in April complaining about how trashy our town is looking. Since the Earth Day clean up, I have noticed an improvement. I want to…

Different headline

Dear Editor: I thoroughly enjoyed your editorial in the 16 May SUN regarding the CBI investigation. In fact, as I read your editorial, I was thinking, “Wow, I could have…

Care for yourself, others

Dear Editor: Twenty one years ago I moved here for the gorgeous mountains, hot springs and healthy options. Progress has since set in and it’s scary. The full version of…

Red Ribbon Week coverage

I was so thrilled to see the great front page coverage of Red Ribbon Week in the May 9 edition of the SUN. Many people would point to news headlines,…

Chain saws in the wilderness

Dear Editor: The USFS recent announcement that chainsaws will be allowed very sparingly to help clear trails within the South San Juan and Weminuche Wilderness has been met with both…

Trump’s tax returns

Dear Editor: Donald Trump just announced that voters don’t care about his tax returns because they voted for him anyway. But, before the election, he promised to eventually release them.…

Protest the assessments

Dear Editor: In response to the article in yesterday’s Sun, Ms. Haywood stated that there was, in many cases a 25% increase in assessed values, I’m here to tell you…