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Collaborate

Collaborate

Dear Editor: I have read all recent letters about the candidates running for the school board. Erika DeVoti’s letter was the first to have something negative to say about one…

Creative

Creative

Dear Editor: Getting involved and making that step to be a part of the community on a greater level isn’t easy. It takes time, time away from your family, commitment…

Stolen

Stolen

Dear Editor: I don’t know if you can publish this or not, but I hope so. We live in Chromo and we had signs made to mark gulches on our…

Mail

Mail

Dear Editor: To my fellow Pagosans: We recently collected our neighbors’ mail for them for four days during their absence. We just bagged it for them. They found mail in…

Food

Food

Dear Editor: I was invited to the Rotary Club’s event Oct. 21, and was shocked to learn something about our community. Our area can boast some of the greatest scenery…

Endorse

Endorse

Dear Editor: Immediately after the Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District election of May 2010, a volunteer citizen advisory group was formed to help the new board decide whether the…

No

No

Dear Editor: Please vote no on Amendment 66. We all want the best education system possible, but this billion dollar tax increase will be the biggest tax increase in the history of…

‘Our’

‘Our’

Dear Editor: Let’s work together to do better! I would like to begin this letter by thanking the current school board members for their commitment to the Archuleta County School…

Nightmare

Nightmare

Dear Editor: Our 16-day national nightmare is over (or maybe we should call it a circus, complete with clowns). The Federal shutdown, caused totally by a few intransigent tea party…

Amend66

Amend66

Dear Editor: The second “editorial” in last week’s SUN following Duane Branson’s Letter to the Editor was only slightly less disingenuous than the ads for Amendment 66. The Blue Book…