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Inmates concern

Dear Editor: This is to everyone it may concern, The Pagosa SUN, Archuleta County and the people there within. The roof structure of the county jail has become unsafe; it…

Skate park

Dear Editor: I would like to thank Tom Carosello and Mike Musgrove for holding the briefing about the skate park’s proposed grant request. It was very informative and, judging by…

It only takes one spark

  Low snowpack. Very little precipitation. Red flag warnings. This combination puts many locals on edge. It’s a combination that brings back memories of Missionary Ridge, Little Sand and the…

Civil War

Dear Editor: April 9 marks the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War, even though for millions of Americans, “It ain’t over yet!” This was quite the romantic…

Vets’ input sought

Dear Editor: Melissa Blasius from 9 News KUSA-Denver is coming to the area to do some interviews on veterans’ experience with the Veterans Choice Program and medical care provided by…

Depressed pilots

Dear Editor: In 2008 Collin Hughes grounded himself to go on antidepressants. At the time the FAA would not allow pilots with depression to fly. But on April 2, 2010,…

Supporting our students

Last Saturday, the Archuleta School District held a community engagement session to seek out ideas about how the professional and business community of Archuleta County could support student success. Support…

Customers first

Dear Editor: Putting customers first upsets the old way of doing things. Special interests take a back seat, customers get seats at the table. Sadly, Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation…

Smart meters

Dear Editor: Thank you, Ed Fincher, for writing such a spot-on article about the LPEA meeting last week. Great job. Fincher’s article mentioned the disabled war veteran, Shawna Snarr, who…

I mean, really?

Dear Editor: In response to all your liberal writers to this paper. May I ask? 1. Why is it the right-to-work states are generally in better financial shape than pro-union…