Letters to the editor
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Former school board members urge support for Amendment 73

As former Jeffco School Board members, we’ve all experienced the stress of deciding what cuts to make to our district’s already very limited resources. None of us can recall a time when it … more

Letter to the Editor: Teachers need more help

I was happy to read the letter from the gentleman regarding education and “critical thinking” (“The Bandwagon effect,” Aug. 30.). As a substitute teacher, I see teachers everyday … more

Letter to the Editor: Colorado could use Amendment 73

Amendment 73 leverages Colorado’s strong economy to benefit our communities by asking the highest earners and “C” corporations, to contribute more to Colorado’s public schools, the … more

Letter to the Editor: Take action against drug addiction

Last year, 959 people died of a drug overdose in Colorado, according to the Colorado Health Institute, an increase of 83 percent from 2001. To put this number into perspective, the number of overdose … more

Letter to the Editor: Jeffco wants another billion

Jeffco already has a billion-dollar-a-year budget and that is not enough! Jeffco’s school board wants: Another $33 million in local tax dollars. Additional $134 million a year in statewide money … more

Letter to the Editor: Weldon for Coroner

The Jefferson County Coroner’s office provides vital services regarding deaths in our community. A professional medicolegal death investigation along with a deep compassion for families … more

Letter to the Editor: School funding is community funding

A letter writer last week objected to the cost of the Jeffco Schools District’s funding request. His objection is that it “takes money out of the local economy.” Where on earth does he think … more

Letter to the Editor: Fellman for school funding measures

As a retired math teacher and administrator, former school board member, parent of two successful Jeffco graduates, and a grandmother, I’ve dreamed of the day we’d have an opportunity to … more

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Letter to the Editor: Allowing children on Rocky Flats should be a crime

Scientists and medical doctors around the world have researched the impacts of plutonium and have found significant risks attached to inhaling a microparticle of plutonium, invisible to the human … more

It's time for clean car standards

It’s time for clean car standards It is not shocking news that in the recent years, the transportation sector has surpassed the energy sector as the number one emitter of carbon pollution in the … more

Letter to the Editor: Education overcomes fears

Your Rocky Flats article noting the difference between the 5,000 acre buffer zone (now mostly the US Fish and Wildlife Refuge) surrounding the 1,300 acre former core production area is indeed … more

Polis right choice for Colorado

Polis right choice for Colorado Colorado is a state filled with beautiful cultures and languages and people from all walks of life. This is a strength that has and will continue to better our state. … more

Let's fix highway lane stripes

Let's fix highway lane stripes I recently moved to Colorado. LOVE it! Except - freeway driving on a rainy night. You take your life in your hands. You cannot see the lane markings! At best, in sunny … more

Letter to the Editor: Parkway study flaws

Careful reading of the Parkway study reveals some flaws that lead to invalid projections of revenue. The most glaring error is the definition of other highways near the proposed JP route. The … more

Letter to the Editor: Cassidy for Assessor

I am supporting Brian Cassidy for Jefferson County Assessor, and here is why you should too! I met Brian and his wife, Ann, 26 years ago. Through the years they have been steadfast neighbors and … more

Mountain Range students speak out

We’re rooting for Mtn. Range thrower Thank you for the profile on my fellow Mountain Range High School Student Amber Gustason. She is a very talented athlete, like many of us on the throws team, … more

Mountain Range students Letters to the Editor

Water saving program has positive impact Re: Northglenn’s water-wise landscaping program returns. As a resident of Northglenn, I agree with bringing back the water-wise landscaping program. … more

Letter to the Editor: Don't demonize GOP in gun debate

Don’t demonize GOP in gun debate Watching the news of yet another school shooting and reading Bill Christopher’s May 17 column and his “Shame on the Republicans” comment about the defeated … more
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