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2nd Amendment

Dear Editor: The Second Amendment talks about a “well-regulated” militia alongside the “right to bear arms.” We have erred on the “right to bear arms” far too long. It’s high…

Convenience

Dear Editor: Is “convenience” really convenient? When I was a child, long-distance phone calls were expensive, so they were used only for emergencies. Otherwise, letters were handwritten to keep out-of-town…

Pagosa hero

Dear Editor: I want to nominate Lucas Candelaria for Pagosa hero of the week. The full version of this story is available in the print edition and e-edition of the…

Trip of a lifetime

Dear Editor: The 26 fortunate kids from Pagosa Springs Middle School saw it all. A few of our sites were the World Trade Center, the play “Wicked,” Statue of Liberty,…

Celebrating Pagosa’s traditions

Monday is the Fourth of July, the day we celebrate the birth of our nation. It’s a day of backyard barbecues, family reunions and, when darkness falls, the traditional fireworks…

Not your body

Dear Editor: In this nation we do not administer capital punishment on a convicted criminal unless that criminal has been found guilty “beyond a reasonable doubt.” Yet, we have administered…

Pit hearing

Dear Editor: On June 8, the Archuleta County Planning Commission voted unanimously to deny the Two Rivers Gravel Pit application, based primarily on the inadequacy of the proposed haul routes.…

Museum plea

Dear Editor: The mission of our Pagosa museum is to protect and preserve the historical heritage of the San Juan Basin for educational and historical purposes. The full version of…

Museum closing

Dear Editor: The Pagosa Springs History Museum is a wonderful element of your town that every resident needs to visit. It highlights your pioneers, settlers, industry and agriculture that helped…

‘Pagosa Brand’

Dear Editor: We all learned a great deal of information at the planning commission meeting on the eighth. The full version of this story is available in the print edition…