Opinions

Letter to the Editor – Feb. 9

Dear Editor, WOW! Did you see the increase in our garbage charge this month? It was a $0.77 increase. That is a 3% increase. That is basically what the social security people got in a cost-of-living raise. In the four…

Letter to the Editor – Feb. 2

I feel obligated to the public for an explanation for my resignation on January 26th at our last meeting of the Museum district. My reasons are clear, when I was elected to the Board of Trustees; I stood before a…

Letters to the Editor – Jan. 26

There are a few things that I need to fill everyone in on. First is that City Hall is receiving a makeover with new office furniture, or at least new to us, donated to us by the Sundance State Bank.…

Letter to the Editor – Jan. 19

Letter to the Sundance Times Editor: The Sundance Area Chamber of Commerce is in the process of having a Visitor Information brochure published and a new website developed to let people know what we have to offer in this area.…

Letters to the Editor – Jan. 12

Dear Friends, Will you clip and save UPC barcode labels for us? As a volunteer non-profit organization, Sundance Community Handbell Choir is eligible to receive benefits from the “Labels for Learning” program sponsored by Our Family brand of food products…

Letter to the Editor – Jan. 5, 2012

To the Editor, The Sundance Times: From the letters of Martha Keith and Larry Goodson to the Editor and two articles by Sarah Pridgeon published in the December 22 issue of The Sundance Times, the following is my understanding of…

Letters to the Editor – Dec. 29

Dear Editor, Oh no! I couldn’t believe they are taking Christ our of Christmas. It’s difficult to find a card pertaining to the real meaning of Christmas. Most cards were just “Happy Holidays”, “Happy New Year”. How very sad. Ethel…

Letters to the Editor – Dec. 22

I would like the public to know the latest blow that the Mayor of Sundance has thrown at Old Stoney. The Museum District had approved a $100,000 Energy Lease application to be submitted to go toward new windows for the…

Letters to the Editor – Dec. 15

With heavy hearts we have decided to forgo the Christmas dinner this year. We have struggled through the year with our losses and have decided that we really need to be with our families for Christmas. We really would like…

D.C. rules strangling job creators

By Sen. John Barrasso White House officials and some leading columnists have increasingly reported over the past few months that President Barack Obama’s regulatory agenda is not hurting our economy. Job creators across the nation are experiencing a different reality.…