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Talk

Talk

Dear Editor: Talk, talk, talk, so much talk these days. I would like to share with your readers the following statement by French professor, Father Longere, from 1949: “If  there…

Unkept promise

Unkept promise

Dear Editor: I agree with your sentiments about finally finishing the Town to Lakes Trail. It’s overdue, and needed, especially at a time of increased alienation with kids and adults…

Lucky

Lucky

Dear Editor: Aren’t we lucky to have the Stevens Field Airport right here in Archuleta County? Some in our community may not agree with that statement, but if we did…

Right track

Right track

Dear Editor: To reinforce letters in the 7/11/13 SUN by Messers Buslepp and Lamprell, I offer for readership consideration the following insight into “the organization” in power now and “people’s…

We/Us

We/Us

Dear Editor: “We the People.” Who are the people, corporations (now citizens), ruling elites, gerrymandered Republican congressmen for life or all the citizens of America? The message of Ayn Rand,…

Outraged

Outraged

Dear Editor: The county held a meeting and invited all the residents from a few streets in Lake Pagosa Park and Pagosa in the Pines II to attend. The meeting…

Fix it

Fix it

Dear Editor: I had recently made a trip out to the county road and bridge shop located on U.S. 84, as I needed a permit to work in the county…

Unteachable

Unteachable

Dear Editor: I was somewhat surprised that someone had bothered to read my letter on nuclear energy, I was not surprised the letter writer was again it. The writer states,…

Chaos

Chaos

Dear Editor: When yer dealin’ with a messiah and his regime of thugs, there is no such thing as “rogue, low-level employees.” Everyone in these positions is doing exactly what…

Me-Me

Me-Me

Dear Editor: Despite somewhat encouraging reports, there seems to be a kind of suppressed sense of uncertainty and general uneasiness not totally tied to the economy but with affairs in…