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Retirement plan

Dear Editor: Americans are woefully prepared for retirement. One in three Americans do not have a retirement savings plan. Thirty per cent of those close to retirement (55 and older)…

Willett article

Dear Editor: I want to congratulate you on the recent article about Ronald Willett and his contribution to recording grave sites of our Veterans. I can recall Ronnie traveling around…

Moving memories

We’ve been told that The Pagosa Springs SUN moved into the building at 466 Pagosa St. in 1973. Before that, the newspaper had been located in an adjacent building. The…

Pot money

Dear Editor: $200,000. That is the amount of tax revenues and fees that Archuleta County received from recreational marijuana sales last year. The full version of this story is available…

‘True Grit’

Dear Editor: Lest we forget a time, not so very long ago, when Americans used to care about a person’s character, it’s refreshing to remember how the narrator in “True…

‘Under God’

Dear Editor: Good ideas, not so good after all. Following WWII, our government was so thankful for all the prayers that had brought us through those times. As an act…

Other’s money

Dear Editor: The only people for whom Obamacare (ACA) is affordable are those who aren’t paying for it. The full version of this story is available in the print edition…

Ceremonies will honor those who served

Memorial Day weekend heralds the unofficial beginning of summer for Pagosa Country. While many people are heading out for a picnic, taking a hike or spending the day at a…

Study this issue

Dear Editor: The disturbing events of the past week shouldn’t totally divert our attention from a disturbing event of the week before. Our Congressional Representative, Scott Tiption, was among the…

Gunshots, investigation and reporting the news

Gunshots and law enforcement activities from Sunday started the rumor mill running throughout the community and those rumors even spilled over into neighboring counties. The full version of this story…