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Bridge over troubled waters

The phones at The SUN have been buzzing this past week with people concerned over the possibility of Town Council moving forward with a proposed vehicle bridge at 5th Street…

Trump colors

Dear Editor: I know that people reading this letter will remember with great fondness John (Jack) Sherwood who was a longtime resident of Pagosa Springs and a good friend. Jack…

Pagosa spirit

Dear Editor: On Saturday morning, the kids woke us up early excited about the impending event of the weekend. Sled dog rides. We geared up and headed to the park…

Urgent care

Dear Editor: I am a part-time resident in Pagosa Springs and do not have a primary doctor in town. At the beginning of the week, I started experiencing a sore…

Cabin fever reliever

Is your back breaking from shoveling snow? Have you raked so much snow off your roof that your arms feel like they are falling off? Have you plowed so much…

Preserve small-town mail service

If Congress does not act quickly to reform the U.S. Postal Service, small-town America can expect a further slow-down of the mail, said Chip Hutcheson, publisher of The Times-Leader in…

Great news

Dear Editor: Wow. I can hardly believe what my eyes read in your newspaper (Jan. 21, page A5). And it was good news; well, actually it was great news. In…

Continued

Dear Editor: Continuing from last week. Now, when the deputy learned the kind of dog the “dog person” is, he replied, “Oh, I have one of those, they are smart,…

Shades of gray

Dear Editor: Shades of gray, today the world needs a lot more room for doubt and imperfection. As a younger idealist in Berkeley, Calif., I never saw or really was…

Realizations

Dear Editor: To give a little perspective and contrast to some of our local issues, I share two quotes from Richard Buckminster Fuller and one from Socrates. Socrates being the…