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Burning bridges

On Monday, Dec. 5, the Town of Pagosa Springs will hold another public meeting pertaining to the proposed 5th Street bridge. The meeting will be held in the South Conference…

BootJack protest

Dear Editor: Kudos to Tom Johnston and the protesters at BootJack Ranch last Sunday and to The Pagosa Springs SUN for having the courage to feature it “front and center.”…

‘Before the Flood’

Dear Editor: Please join us Dec. 1 at the Liberty Theatre at 7 p.m. for a free community viewing of Leonardo DiCaprio’s climate change film, “Before the Flood,” released earlier…

Considerate act

Dear Editor: To the dear sweet woman who returned my purse that I left in the cart at Walmart on Tuesday, Nov. 15, my most heartfelt thank you. I had…

On being thankful

There is a lot to be thankful for in Pagosa Country. We asked SUN readers and Facebook friends what they were thankful for this Thanksgiving and the responses were overwhelming.…

The Pagosa way

Dear Editor: A blessed community, the Pagosa way. Veterans Day was just one example of how this community embraces everything that is good. The annual Veterans Day breakfast, as always,…

Not in Kansas

Dear Editor: We’re not in Kansas anymore … oops, we just reentered. The full version of this story is available in the print edition and e-edition of the Pagosa Springs…

A gift for us all

It’s that time of year when our minds turn to holiday shopping and when community newspapers remind shoppers just why they should shop locally. The full version of this story…

On change

Dear Editor: Thanksgiving Day, hmmm. What is it all about? Family “down time” to enjoy parades, traditional foods that bring about memories of childhood, memories of parents and grandparents, then…

Colleges

Dear Editor: As demonstrations and near riots in protest of our newly elected president-elect flow through the streets of our major cities in largely Democratic blue states, it strikes me…