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Professional

Dear Editor: We are in need of a seasoned professional in the office of sheriff of Archuleta County. We are very fortunate to have Carl Smith running for this position…

Fix the typo

Dear Editor: This is a small thing in the great scheme of things, but could the city please put an apostrophe on the Pagosa Springs Welcome sign. It looks bad…

Fountain

Dear Editor: I was wondering what happened to the fountain that is part of the lake by the lodge? I want to write about some of the hidden heroes in…

Experience

Dear Editor: I am voting for Carl Smith for sheriff. He is a man with decades of experience and I think is the most qualified candidate who can serve the…

Dumb choices

Dear Editor: Wal-Mart folks are not very “business-smart.” Folks who live east, south and north of town have been “left out” so far as convenience goes — some must travel…

Endorse Valdez

Dear Editor: During my 23 years as an FBI agent, I spent a large portion of my career conducting criminal investigations in small towns and rural communities. Unlike its portrayal…

Endorsement

Dear Editor: My name is Geary Parsons; I’m the president of the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) Durango Lodge No. 8. The Archuleta County sheriff’s endorsement was put to a…

Best candidate

Dear Editor: There is no better candidate to move our sheriff’s department forward than Rich Valdez. He has the necessary experience at every level to succeed as our next sheriff.…

Oath of office

Dear Editor: It is true that Rich Valdez did not sign the pledge that the Constitutionalist organization presented to him and the other sheriff candidates. He declined for several reasons.…

Doesn’t get it

Dear Editor: So, Muriel Eason continues to rant and rave through her letter writing frenzy to the editor (on 5/29/14). These letters, dating back before the Wal-Mart era, are emphatically…