Letters to the editor
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Water plan is vital for Colorado way of life

Water plan is vital for Colorado way of life Colorado’s Water Plan sets a new path for a secure water future to protect our state’s rivers, secure water for our communities, and preserve our … more

Letter to the editor: Not Jeffco’s money

Please tell the Jefferson County Commissioners they can’t lose something they never had! Your May 23 article quotes the commissioners news release saying “the loss of this surplus funding has … more

Letter to the editor: Early learners win in Colorado, thanks to legislators

Early learners win in Colorado, thanks to legislators In January, I attended a town hall meeting in Westminster with state Senators Dominick Moreno and Faith Winter asking that they support full-day … more

NORTH 0509 LTE Barnhart open space

Keep open space open I recently learned that Water2025 is considering taking the Overland Trail Open Space, (on 108th Avenue between Old Wadsworth and Wadsworth Parkway) as a site for a new Water … more

Letter to the editor: Citizens Academy eye-opening

Citizens Academy eye-opening “When I became a policeman, I promised my wife I would come home at night.” Those words were shared during Westminster’s Citizens Police Academy, a 14-week, course … more

NORTH 0411 LTE thornton recycling

Reducing pollution on small and large scales Reducing pollution on small and large scales We are a class of 10 students at the New America School in Thornton in Zoraida Martinez's leadership program. … more

Letter to the Editor: We must fight for clean energy and a healthy future

Coloradans are already seeing the negative impacts of climate change in our daily lives: decreasing air quality affecting our public health, wildfires, disrupted growing seasons for agriculture, … more

Letter to the Editor: Climate change demands real answers

Climate change demands real answers Here in Colorado, the reality of climate change continues to make itself felt. Even a year with good snowfall won't change our path toward a drier and hotter … more

Letter to the Editor: Colorado needs a bold policy to reduce carbon pollution

Colorado needs a bold policy to reduce carbon pollution All residents of Colorado deserve clean air and good health. Why are we letting corporate polluter profits take priority over Coloradans … more

Letter to the Editor: Time to put safety first

Time to put safety first As a mother to a four-year-old, a pregnant woman and an oil and gas impacted citizen, I am deeply concerned about neighborhood fracking. In Adams County alone, there are … more

Letter to the Editor: Medical leave important for families

Medical leave important for families The Family Medical Leave Insurance Act is currently being discussed at the Colorado State Capitol. This bill would mean that Coloradans would be able to take paid … more

Letter to the editor: Greetings Colorado!

How are you doing today? I am writing to you as part of a class project for the novel “The Watsons Go To Birmingham.” My classmates and I are contacting newspapers across the country in a … more

Letter to the Editor: Oil and Gas bullies

Oil and gas bullies I feel strongly about the oil and gas bill currently making its way through the legislature. I feel strongly about the health, safety and future of Coloradans and that the … more

Letter to the editor: Beltway blues

I am a mom and resident of Leyden Rock — A majestic community where my family of 4 (and two pups) have made lifelong friends and become part of a cohesive community. Or, so we thought. At … more

Letter to the editor: Not transparent on Glass

On March 7 the Jeffco School Board met and once again violated their obligation to transparency. The agenda contained an extension to Superintendent Glass’s contract. The contract had not been … more

Public safety ahead of profit

Holy Frac pad! Colorado Democrats introduce a Bill (SB19-18) to put public safety ahead of oil and gas profits and the internet erupts! How quickly people forget, just … more

We have the technology to be green

We have the technology to be green I was impressed but not surprised when I read about new sustainable skis, clothes, and shoes in a recent Westminster Window article. Time and time again, intrepid … more

Letter to the editor: Jefferson Parkway plan will slow Indiana

The proposed Jefferson Parkway is a tollway to be funded and operated by a private enterprise. The current plan is to re-align Indiana Street and will include a roundabout. A roundabout is a … more

Northglenn Recreation Center deserved a vote

Northglenn Recreation Center deserved a vote As a 26-year resident of Northglenn I have a question: Why wasn’t the public allowed to vote on a new recreation center? Was it because previous times … more

Good people lost in the Blue Wave

Good people lost in the Blue Wave I will take a “short pause” when someone can tell me why these good Adams County servants were not re-elected? Stan Martin, Adams County Clerk and Recorder … more
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