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Thistle problem

Dear Editor: This is in reference to the letter submitted last week by John Taylor, a local lifelong rancher, involving concerns with the thistle problem that exists. The full version…

Be satisfied

Dear Editor: Time and again the wealthy in this nation are demonized by the political left. They are “greedy.” They are “stealing” from the rest of us. They do not…

Tax burden

Dear Editor: Our county commissioners are going to unnecessarily burden Archuleta County residents with a new sales tax to pay for a new justice facility. The full version of this…

Nuclear strikes

Dear Editor: The subject August 17 letter was about two three-year-olds threatening to toss nuclear bombs at each other. The writer says they need to be stopped right now. “We…

Bomb blast

Dear Editor: If you think it is difficult to imagine the size of the national debt try imagining the destruction resulting from a 2 megaton bomb blast over Pagosa. (A…

Medical care

Dear Editor: What is the most efficient way to provide medical care not the most profitable? The profit of insurance companies is in the billions. Insurance companies have no incentive…

Pot-free air

Dear Editor: There are 2 big reasons among others that people enjoy Colorado: the views and breathing clean mountain air. This letter is about the right to breathe clean mountain…

Noxious weeds

Dear Editor: Most noxious weeds are introduced species and are detrimental to agricultural and natural environments. The full version of this story is available in the print edition and e-edition…

Reality of times

Dear Editor: Thank you Mike Swenson for your letter last week called “Sequel”regarding population growth. Our general unwillingness to focus on our own increasing numbers coupled with climate change sets…

Climate change

Dear Editor: Thursday of last week, our little town of Pagosa Springs hosted a screening of Al Gore’s new climate change movie, An Inconvenient Sequel. Every seat was filled with…