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Conned

Dear Editor: Thank you Republicans for electing a lying tyrant to the presidency. A man that speaks at a sixth-grade level (“I have the best words”), and can’t open his…

Wanted change

Dear Editor: Trump’s our president because America wanted change. The full version of this story is available in the print edition and e-edition of the Pagosa Springs SUN. Subscribe today…

It’s your right; it’s your business

Editor’s note: This editorial is printed in recognition of Sunshine Week, which is celebrated March 12-18. Every action of government is your business. Every document held in government halls is…

Greater good

Dear Editor: Joe Scarborough, the co-host of “Morning Joe,” tweeted: “Conservatives, feel free to speak up for the Constitution anytime the mood strikes … it is time.” The full version…

Charting the right course

In 1988, Albert Shanker, the president of the American Federation of Teachers, proposed a new type of publicly funded school — charter schools. The schools would be under a charter…

Voice of reason

Dear Editor: Regarding: Michael Whiting’s letter. I absolutely agree with Mr. Whiting that the latest alternative location proposal for the new justice center must be fully considered. The full version…

Trump trumpet

Dear Editor: The word “huge” brings me to express our family’s “red state of mind view,” tired of the liberal last eight years. The full version of this story is…

Roads: sink holes

Dear Editor: While winter presents its challenges to the county’s road system, the condition of the lower unpaved section of Buttress Road is becoming a minefield. The full version of…

Tipton

Dear Editor: If we ever had any doubt that our Rep. Scott Tipton is in the pocket of the petroleum industry, to the detriment of his constituents, his vote against…

Court rulings

Dear Editor: The insanity of the circuit court rulings coming out recently bends the mind of anyone who has the remotest understanding of law. The full version of this story…