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  • Sections: Letters Published

    Good samaritan

    Dear Editor: To the kind person who found my purse and turned it into City Market with cash and credit cards intact, thank you very much. read more →
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    The bridge home

    Dear Editor: The bridge replacement in Glenwood Springs got off to a rough start. On the first day, there were unexpected back-ups on I-70 all the way to Rifle. read more →
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    Atomic racism

    Dear Editor: Daily North Korea, other “Third World” countries and oppressed people of color must deal with racism, colonialism, imperialism and neocolonialism. read more →
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    An inconvenient must see

    Dear Editor: Bob and Kathy Ezra, owners of the Crystal Theatre in Carbondale, are friends of mine, but that is not why I’m promoting the film that will be opening there Friday night, August 18, Al Gore’s “An Inconvenient Sequel.” If you care about the future of the planet, it is a must see. read more →
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    Pony Club pride

    Dear Editor: The Roaring Fork Hounds Pony Club was a part of a historic moment July 17-24 at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington at the US Pony Club National Championships. read more →
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    What would Sutey have wanted?

    Dear Editor: Concerning the Sutey-Wexner land swap: I would like to provide information regarding Frank Sutey Sr. as his voice and moral character will soon be lost forever in the Roaring Fork Valley and Today’s America. read more →
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    Mountain Fair tops Woodstock

    Dear Editor: “Three days of fun and music and nothing but fun and music.” That’s how Max Yasgur described the Woodstock music festival he hosted on his farm in 1969. If that’s all it was, Carbondale’s Mountain Fair last weekend surpassed it by far. read more →
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    Streetscape a waste of money

    Dear Editor: I’m hoping that someone, anyone, can kindly point out any redeeming features of our new streetscape on 3rd Street. read more →
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    Mountain Fairy volunteers

    Dead Editor: A volunteer is essentially a fairy: “a mythical being of folklore and romance usually having diminutive human form and magic powers.” Here in Carbondale our fairy volunteers come in all shapes, sizes, ages and forms. read more →
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    Protect railroad history

    Dear Editor: Railroad history in the West reflects our history, as a nation, as individuals with dreams and with courage, and as communities with a significant place in that history. read more →