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Doesn’t get it

Dear Editor: So, Muriel Eason continues to rant and rave through her letter writing frenzy to the editor (on 5/29/14). These letters, dating back before the Wal-Mart era, are emphatically…

Constitution class

Dear Editor: To those who announced a Constitution class (Greg Siehl, SUN 6-5-14) I offer my support and encouragement. To begin, I suggest that all those involved with the project…

USPO service

Dear Editor: Will Pagosa’s U.S. Postal Service ever remedy its substandard delivery service? During the five years I have resided here, I have received someone else’s mail in my box…

Solid work ethic

Dear Editor: Richard Valdez (aka Richie) is running for the Republican nomination for Sheriff of Archuleta County, in the primary election Tuesday, June 24. I believe that Rich’s impressive resume…

Sheriff candidates

Dear Editor: I know both the candidates for sheriff. I attended the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department Reserve Academy with Carl Smith 38 years ago. The San Diego Police Department…

Broken promise

Dear Editor: Almost a year ago, on June 21, 2013, to be exact, President Obama’s Press Secretary, Jay Carney, speaking on behalf of the president, gave a briefing to the…

Abel Tapia

Dear Editor: I would like to encourage the citizens of Archuleta County to support Abel Tapia, Democratic candidate for Congressional District 3. Abel will be challenging our current Representative, Scott…

This place

Dear Editor: This place … what makes us different? … in many ways … all of them good … love of nature, tolerance, support, encouragement, praise, help, respect … where…

McLachlan

Dear Editor: Last Friday, Governor Hickenlooper signed into law HB14-1222, “Clean Energy Project Private Activity Bonds,” here in Pagosa. This bill will help make our county a national leader in…

Constitution

Dear Editor: The members of the Archuleta County Common Law Grand Jury and County Guard are proud to announce the beginning of a Constitution class. It is my personal belief…