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Dear Editor: Reservoirs do not mean water will be there, i.e., Lake Powell is now lowest ever. Good for PAWSD to step out of Dry Gulch reservoir project. Also, good…

On our own?

On our own?

Dear Editor: Many today resent government regulation. I write as one who lived through WW II. Without government regulation, we would never have made it. Incomes were frozen, rents were…

SUN moves to Year 106

SUN moves to  Year 106

If you are attentive to detail, you noticed something important on the front page of the Oct. 3, 2013, issue of The SUN. It wasn’t one of the front-page stories,…

Thank you

Thank you

Dear Editor: Looking back brings to me a lot of powerful, moving thoughts about this day. The facts are simple enough. November 11 is Veterans Day. The day when those…

OK

OK

Dear Editor: Ladies and Gentlemen: Here is a  simple, plainly worded question for the 12,000-plus citizens of Archuleta County. If the Board of County Commissioners passed some new law or…

No change

No change

Dear Editor: Commenting again upon the miserable Postal Service in Pagosa Springs.  This summer I mailed in my local box two payments that were never delivered, incurring late payment fees. …

Incompetance

Incompetance

Dear Editor: As I read Mary Meyer’s letter in the Oct. 24 SUN about our fine postal service, I was not surprised. May I share my experience? In May of…

Lucky

Lucky

Dear Editor: Our community is so lucky to have a man like Dr. Dwight Hooton decide to run for the school board. Not only is he an educated individual, he…

Held back

Held back

Dear Editor: In a recent letter to the editor, I defined economic development as “efforts that seek to improve the economic well-being and quality of life for a community.” I…

To the ‘center,’ to quiet the noise

To the ‘center,’  to quiet the noise

There are moments in contemporary American political life — most moments — when noise obscures complex realities. A constant, loud barrage of nonsense from the extremes blurs what is actually…