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Problems

Problems

Dear Editor: Amidst great controversy, the Town Tourism Committee and Town Council are still entertaining a plan to turn Reservoir Hill into an amusement park. This is being done without…

Support

Support

Dear Editor: On the eve of “The Vagina Monologues” opening night, I want to congratulate the Center for the Arts for bringing this important event to Pagosa Springs. For more than 15 years, this…

Claims

Claims

Dear Editor: I’m writing concerning the article in the Jan. 31 edition of The Pagosa SUN titled “Can’t we all just get along,” by “Staff Writer.” It contains quotes taken…

Kudos

Kudos

Dear Editor: Kudos to our local Humane Society! I recently adopted a kitten from that facility and was very pleased with the whole “process.” For only a $30 donation, I…

Opportunity

Opportunity

Dear Editor: According to the Branson, Missouri website http://www.branson-missouri.com/history.asp, “Branson, Missouri is known today as the ‘live music capital of the world’ but it has a rich history dating back…

Fair Tax

Fair Tax

Dear Editor: Congress claims they have to avoid going “over the cliff” financially while they continue to kick the can down the road.  What a joke. The 100-year-old income tax…

Free stuff

Free stuff

Dear Editor: Al Qaeda is alive, and Hostess is dead. Jihad survives, and I can’t git ma Twinkie fix. Thankfully, I have access ta some coffee and Subway cookies! Hostess…

Darts

Darts

Dear Editor: Let’s throw some darts at the wall. First dart: Is violence good? Are we left with but an illusion of control, reading our genetic tea leaves? Man is…

Believes

Believes

Dear Editor: Economic development is important for Archuleta County. It’s about jobs. A job is not just a roof over your head and food on your table; it’s your health…

Relay

Relay

Dear Editor: This year, more than 3 million men, women and youngsters will take part in approximately 5,300 Relays For Life nationwide. This year, the Archuleta County Relay For Life…