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Rubble

Rubble

Dear Editor: Well, we can all sleep better at night. The Historic Preservation Board is ever on guard. Historic rubble is safe. Not only is the rubble to be protected…

Stupid

Stupid

Dear Editor: The vote proves that kids are made absolutely stupid by the overpaid school systems. Kids are taught that they don’t need to work for a living. They don’t…

Friends

Friends

Dear Editor: “Our Park, Our Choice” was the mantra that was going through my head as I sat at the head of the room at The Friends’ first official meeting.…

Heros

Heros

Dear Editor: So, how about this for local heroes. Devyn Doctor — she is 16 —and Jacquelyn Garcia, who is 15. After Scott Kay’s sad death caused by an avalanche,…

Historic?

Historic?

Dear Editor: Once again, a viable plan for a little improvement — by private funds no less — fails to come to fruition. Anyone notice how truly ugly the building…

Get along

Get along

Dear Editor: Our hats go off to Karl Isberg who wrote the editorial on Nov. 15, and to Dave Blake, Andrea Lyle, Jim McQuiggen, Patty Tillerson and Jim Millstein, who…

Coverup

Coverup

Dear Editor: Dear Town Manager Mitchem: The Pagosa SUN asked you when you provided the Town Council with an engineering report that warned against installing a 40-year old used chairlift…

Better side

Better side

Dear Editor: What does our DNA, gays, women voters and demographics have to do with the Republican/Tea Party indulgence in pathologically racial and homophobic partisanship, mixed with ideological and religious…

Formerly noble

Formerly noble

Dear Editor: Eleven score and sixteen years ago our forefathers brought forth on this continent a new nation, conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are…

Game

Game

Dear Editor: The CDC (Community Development Corporation) seems to have become one of the best games in town, helping local businesses start/improve/grow and engaging new creative programs and events. Ask…