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Support 4A

Dear Editor: On this year’s local ballot, Question 4A asks voters within the Upper San Juan Health Service District to again “de-Bruce” special district revenue and spending limits. This is…

Strong families

Dear Editor: Strong families are our richest blessings. I believe that Pope Francis states it best: “The family is the hospital closest to us; when someone is sick, they are…

No conflicts, fair

Dear Editor: I am supporting Steve Wadley because Commissioners Steve Wadley and Clifford Lucero represented my family and friends during the Walmart controversy when it really counted. The full version…

Vote for Maez

Dear Editor: We’re voting for Ronnie Maez for three specific reasons: Ronnie has lived in Pagosa all his life and sincerely cares about this community. This is demonstrated by his…

Under the radar

Dear Editor: On Tuesday, Oct. 4, commissioners Wadley and Lucero forced through a resolution creating a new layer of bureaucracy and regulation that wedges the county in between doctors and…

Not the 1950s

Dear Editor: “America’s the greatest idea the world ever had … it now faces the greatest danger in the world in their coming election … Trump is extremely dangerous,” Bono,…

Vote Rod Proffitt

Dear Editor: Rod Proffitt has the experience and vision to move this community forward. He has successfully served on many boards in this community. His crowning achievement as president of…

Gone to the dogs?

Dear Editor: Taken directly from the Pagosa Springs Municipal Code: Running at large means any animal off or away from the property of the owner and not under control, by…

CDC candor

Dear Editor: After reading Jason Cox’s clever legal brief arguing against claims of Community Development Corporation (CDC) support for the $45 million recreation center project, I concluded Cox would make…

Bill of Rights

Dear Editor: First, lost gloves. If you lost a pair of turquoise knit gloves on Vista San Juan, they are now on top of one of the fence posts that…