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Community

Dear Editor: I recently attended a “Get Grants” training session presented by Chrissy Supples of the Community Resource Foundation (CRC) here in Pagosa Springs. CRC provides nonprofit organizations and community…

Smart meters

Dear Editor: Smart meters (4,000 of them) are here in Pagosa Springs now, installed very quietly over the last two to three weeks by LPEA. I am writing this because…

Downtown efforts

Dear Editor: Glad that efforts are underway to enhance our downtown area and hopefully preserve its natural beauty, to maintain and support those things that set us apart from other…

Food ingredients

Dear Editor: Our first food warning showed that the food contained a lot of chemicals to enhance excitement in flavoring, but there’s other concerns for our food that is causing…

Protect night sky

Dear Editor: Issues within Archuleta County, outdoor lighting for one. As a nation we are trying to protect our night sky. Here in Archuleta County a lot of people thought…

The rest of us

Dear Editor: Some interesting factoids from the Department of “What About the Rest of Us?” 1. 95 percent of all gains from economic growth between 2009 and 2012 went to…

False allegations

Dear Editor: I recently received a letter from Representative Tipton’s office concerning Medicare Advantage Plans. The letter was typical Republican misrepresentation of the facts. The subject of the letter was…

Spencer

Dear Editor: Why do we need Dennis Spencer for county commissioner? I hear complaints from people almost daily about things in Archuleta County not being what they should be. Everything…

Two-edged sword

Dear Editor: Commissioner Lucero described the “Nuisance Ordinance” as a two-edged sword. It’s destructive no matter which way it is swung. In Aspen Springs there are many lots that need…

History lives in our cemeteries

Last spring, community volunteers came together in an effort organized by Shari Pierce with help from a group of citizens, including veterans and 4-H youth, and they cleaned the cemetery…