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    Our green grocer

    Dear Editor:

    What’s all this fuss about a plastic bag ban?

    All plastic isn’t evil, just like all cars aren’t. It’s only petroleum-based plastic that wads up into a black ball when burned and never goes away. Plastic made of soybean, rape,read more →

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    A civil debate

    Dear Editor:

    As I write this missive, I am looking at the front cover of this week’s issue of The Sopris Sun (Sept. 26).

    As I ponder what was written on the sign I am trying to discern what message is being sent.read more →

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    Honoring someone’s story

    Dear Editor:

    My name is Estefania Acosta and I was one of the people interviewed for the article “The Silent Trauma of Immigration” published on Sept. 4, 2019.

    When I was given the opportunity to share my story as an immigrant, I wasn’tread more →

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    Letter: License to drive

    Dear Editor: As our state legislature heads toward the end of the 72nd Regular Session, I hope that they will prioritize expanding access to driver’s license access for undocumented Coloradans to improve the safety of all and boost our economy.  While the state legislature passed legislation in 2013 to allow…… read more →
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    A crisis of character

    Dear Editor: Each and every day, we take for granted the beauty and abundance of our lives, all provided to us by a generous planet. Despite us, somehow, this planet we live on is able to sustain life, able to work in mysterious ways, and I love the mystery. Many…… read more →
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    Gaining the world; losing the self

    Dear Editor:

    My name is Sandra Lopez, the person who took sanctuary in Carbondale for 10 months. Thank you very much to my community, and to the Two Rivers Unitarian Universalist congregation.  Thanks to all of you, I kept my family together and was protectedread more →

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    National political dysfunction

    Dear Editor:

    I am a U.S. Citizen, living in Colorado, but I expect all of my senators to hear my plea.

    I have contacted every single senator in every state in our Union and I expect compliance to and with our Constitution.read more →

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    Support the Salvation Army

    Dear Editor:
    What was troubling me and waking me at 2:30 a.m. Dec. 21 just when the earth began its shift promising longer days?
    I was troubled by the column in the December 20 Sopris Sun “For whom the bell tolls.”
    First, I pause to thank… read more →

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    Rain nor snow nor gloom of night

    Dear Editor:
    I just want to take this public forum to thank our Carbondale Post Office for their service not only this Christmas season, but throughout the year.
    Yes, we all have complaints about the postal service, missing mail, long lines, delayed packages, but let’s be appreciative with… read more →

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    Steve turns 25

    Dear Editor:

    Steve’s Guitars usually offers one act and starts at 8:30 p.m. on Friday. Their 25th anniversary show on Saturday, Nov. 17 featured five acts and began at 7 p.m. Appropriately, the performers were all locals with strong ties to the venue.

    Valleread more →

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