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Your vote packs a punch

Your vote packs a punch

Once again, an election is underway. It’s time to step up. This is not a presidential election year, nor does the ballot in Pagosa Country include controversial races between candidates…

Leader

Leader

Dear Editor: I support Bruce Dryburgh for the Archuleta school board.  I became acquainted with Mr. Dryburgh as a member of the Water Supply Group, which he chaired.  Mr. Dryburgh…

Creating a new image

Creating a new image

A community’s economic well being depends, in part, on what it offers, what it makes. Its image and future depend on the best use of its resources. What is Pagosa…

Mistake

Mistake

Dear Editor: Thank you to everyone who mentions reading my letters to me. I have always been positive. Good things seem to happen to me after I have suffered a…

Important

Important

Dear Editor: A very important local election is just around the corner with two contested seats for our local school board. We are strongly in favor of Bruce Dryburgh and…

Informed vote

Informed vote

Dear Editor: It is great to have competition for the two school board positions that will be filled this November by a mail-in ballot. I urge all voters to seek…

Bad

Bad

Dear Editor: I’ve been driving on this county road for 60 years and never have we had roads this bad. County Road 700 is a disaster (horrible). Commissioners, please go…

Worst

Worst

Dear Editor: Please come and ride on the worst road in Pagosa, Pines Club Place. Bill Rouke Follow these topics: Letters to the Editor…

Climate change?

Climate change?

Dear Editor: Probably much like Udgar, I became very concerned about global warming (now climate change) in the early ’90s. But, being very unwilling to just accept information promulgated by…

Science and math

Science and math

Dear Editor: I do not believe that cutting sports programs will result in an automatic increase in science and math test scores. What is needed is to bootstrap science education…