Letters to the editor
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Letter to the editor: COVID fever?

  Would much, if any, of the post Minneapolis event mayhem, now occurring in Denver and other cities, have happened, if the frustrated, fear driven, and unemployed rioters still had their … more

Letter to the editor: Polis should stop

  Here we are 2-3 weeks after the Water’s Edge Winery and C&C Café openings without a single related COVID-19 incidence being exposed in the media. It is highly unlikely that … more

Letter to the editor: Next steps for COLEG

  As a candidate for County Commissioner, one of my top priorities is a flourishing environment for Jefferson County businesses. Little did I know when I made that commitment that our … more

Letter to the editor: What a bargain

  Given the onerous rules suggested for students returning to school such as six foot spacing of desks, no cafeteria, dividers everywhere and daily temperature monitoring, many families might … more

Letter to the editor: Fair Tax Initiative support

  If you’ve been reading about the extreme loss of tax revenue due to our new COVID economy, you will already know that Colorado is in trouble.For 11 years, our outdated tax laws have … more

Letter to the editor: Life before liberty

  In 1909 a woman named Mary Mallon sued the New York City Dept. of Health in a case that was eventually heard by the Supreme Court. That court ruled that local authorities do have the right … more

Letter to the editor: Are online high schools the future?

  If several highly rated universities can be completely online, is it just possible high schools could be as well? Capella university, for example, offers BA’s to PhD’s online … more

Letter to the editor: Mail voting should be right

A recent story from 9News hails Colorado as a leader in mail-in ballot voting (April 9). The law went into effect in 2013 and allows all voters to get a ballot in the … more

Letter to the editor: Note the nuance

  While criticizing government’s expansive actions during this pandemic, a frequent letter writer asks,”Does not the constitution... clearly state the roles of government?” … more

Letter to the editor: Mask Hysteria

  Recently, the news reports people are getting into physical confrontations because someone is not wearing a face mask. This mask hysteria is unnecessary. When the coronavirus first appeared … more

Letter to the editor: Protect full day K

  This year, my granddaughter embraced kindergarten, thriving in the full-day program. State funding for full-day kindergarten is what allowed her to attend the program and prepare to … more

Letter to the editor: Through new eyes

  I appreciated so much the letter by Xiao Long, calling out the dangers of political correctness. I have found that most immigrants are much emotionally stronger than, and do not complain … more

Letter to the editor: Who runs Golden?

  This past week, we drove north on Route 93 in Golden where it intersects with Route 58. Low and behold, two giant, ugly, oblong boxes pretending to be elegant apartment buildings rose up … more

Letter to the editor: Time to set things aside

  Did anyone take the time to? • Thank their own personal “Higher Being” or someone, for keeping you and your loved ones safe • Thank a front line responder for … more

Letter to the editor: How does Jeffco’s garden grow?

  Springtime is a very important season for gardeners. Food crisis looming— every day of this growing season counts heavily. This year, after springtime crops were planted, JCPS … more

Letter to the editor: Right call

  I refute letters like Tracy Abell’s and Mary McWilliams’ about Michael Alcorn’s language and use of “Wuhan Virus” as “politically incorrect.” Even … more

Letter to the editor: Essentially confused

  Is anyone as confused as I am regarding essential and non-essential workers? Does anyone believe this will give our government pause to reconsider what the real job of government entails? … more

Letter to the editor: How does Jeffco's garden grow?

Springtime is a very important season for gardeners. Food crisis looming— every day of this growing season counts heavily. This year, after springtime crops were planted, JCPS abruptly … more

Letter to the editor: What to call it?

  What to call the current pandemic is another flashpoint in the tiresome political correctness battles. The “China Virus,” the “Wuhan Virus,” the “Covid-19 … more

Letter to the editor: Drug smuggling surge

  During the war with Vietnam, the U.S. Coast Guard was very successful at denying enemy forces a maritime route for getting soldiers, ammunition etc. to communist forces in South … more
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