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A productive week at the Capitol

A productive week at the Capitol

The last few weeks at the State Capitol have been very productive and exciting. As I mentioned last week, I was very pleased to join Gov. Hickenlooper for the signing…

Rough day

Rough day

Dear Editor: It was a “Chamber of Commerce” day at Wolf Creek on Sunday. New snow, cloudless sky, perfect temperature, etc. Ski conditions we live here for. The first day…

‘Hippies’

‘Hippies’

Dear Editor: Recently I read two articles — the first, Paul Krugman’s, which labeled Ben Bernanke a “hippie” for downplaying the need to cut the federal budget. It seems that…

Rights

Rights

Dear Editor: In last week’s letters, D. Cotton accused residents who want a vote on the future development of Reservoir Hill of seeking to change our current form of government.…

A busy season begins in Pagosa

A busy season begins in Pagosa

Strap on your seat belts, stock up on provisions — it’s on the way. Spring break. Not only will nothing stop it, nothing should. Given relatively flat sales tax revenues…

Cuts

Cuts

Dear Editor: How does one distinguish between a European conservative and a member of the Tea Party? After the last financial crisis, both Europe and the U.S. officially became economic…

Not a democracy

Not a democracy

Dear Editor: As you know, we do not live in a democracy, we live in a constitutional republic. The creators of our great country knew that a democracy could not…

9Health Fair

9Health Fair

Dear Editor: The 9Health Fair is scheduled to take place again this year, Saturday, April 6. If you have experience in performing manual blood pressure checks and would like to…

TTC

TTC

Dear Editor: In last week’s SUN, I read that the all volunteer Town Tourism Committee believes it doesn’t get recognized or given credit for its many contributions on behalf of…

Don’t ‘but’ your nut

Don’t ‘but’ your nut

By Sue Ellen Haning Columnist Welcome back successful nuts. This week in our quest to becoming graduates, we’ll tackle the “buts” that can halt progress. But first, a profile of…