Letters to the editor
65 results total, viewing 1 - 20

Taxpayers need a rainy day fund

How great if Colorado would enact a Secure Savings Plan so that all Coloradans can have a rainy-day fund and a retirement plan. Our elected officials need a wake-up call! Thousands of Coloradans … more

Sitting is not showing respect

Sitting is not showing respect As I watched the President’s State of the Union address, I was uplifted by memories of our country’s past greatness and valiant stories of heroes who have served … more

Letter to the Editor: Thanks for Christmas help

Thanks for Christmas help I am writing to thank Westminster residents for sharing the true meaning of Christmas with children in need this past holiday season. Because of the generosity of donors in … more

Letter to the Editor: Full-day kindergarten a win

Full-Day Kindergarten—A Win for Colorado Kids and Teachers I was pleased to hear Senator Dominick Moreno, Chair of the Colorado Assembly’s Joint Budget Committee (JBC), list funding for full-day … more

Letter to the Editor: Westminster made right choice

City council vacancies Bill Christopher apparently thinks that what we need is an election, even though we are just now coming out of our foxholes from the last one. Such a special election would … more

Letter to the Editor: Thank you Polis

Thank you Polis for keeping your Promises It’s clear that in November, Colorado made the right choice - one week in office, and Governor Polis is already keeping his promises! I was thrilled to see … more

Letter to the Editor: Good old girls club?

Good Old Girls club? I’m sorry that Sen Winter decided that people being upset about how the Westminster City Council decided to fill their empty seats somehow means that we are “upset with women … more

Letter to the Editor: Better world is possilbe

Better world is possible Over the past few years, Colorado in general and the Denver Metro area specifically have seen tremendous growth, and with it, booming economic prosperity for the already … more

Letter to the editor: Why hold kids captive longer?

Is it tragic or comical that with lower income parents decrying the lack of grass and green spaces in their neighborhoods, conditions which are consigning their children to vegetate inside before … more

Letter to the Editor: Jefferson Parkway disconnect

With great fanfare Arvada (The Arvada Report December 2018/January 2019) announced the final actions before construction begins on the Jefferson Parkway after 50 years of planning and concludes … more

True picture of Emerge

Bill Christopher’s recent columns demonstrate a not-so-subtle sexism and personal bent towards paranoia that are all-too-common in politics today. Emerge Colorado is an … more

Voters are aware

I want to thank Mr. Christopher for his reporting on Westminster City Council’s selection of a new council member (Jan. 3 “Awarding the work that goes into community … more

Stan Martin says thank you

To the citizens of Adams County: First and foremost, I’d like to say thank you for giving me the opportunity to serve as your Clerk and Recorder for the past four years. … more

Letter to the Editor: Ethically deficient

Thanks to Bill Christopher for his column, January 3, 2019, specifically his discussion on the filling of the council vacancies. I agree with his observation. While technically … more

Letter to the editor: 14 years of taxes for nothing

Have you read the complaints about the Arvada/Wheat Ridge “G” Line being behind schedule? On Jan. 1 we will have been paying a regressive tax for this rail line for 14 years, not 2 years. Has … more

Letter to the editor: Christmas kindness

On Christmas Eve, my husband and I went to Malone’s for breakfast. When it was time to pay our server, we were told that another couple had treated not only us but two other tables in the … more

Westminster voters should be heard

Westminster voters should be heard There are three vacancies on Westminster City Council. Ms. Pinter and Ms. Bird have been elected to different public offices and Ms. De Cambra has taken a position … more

Electric cars make sense

Electric cars make sense Electric cars would be so popular once they can give us the same flexibility as gas vehicles. Much less can go wrong under the hood, they don’t leave noxious gasses, make … more

Keys to drunk driving

A key to limiting drunk driving Just hearing the words don’t drink and drive hasn’t made a difference. According to Alcohol Alert and Tiftickjian Law Firm, in 2010 there were 142 deaths. In 2017, … more

Letter to the editor: Gold Line lingers

The Denver Post reports that the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) has now threatened to sue RTD (and thus its developer the Denver Transit Partners) about their failure to solve crossing … more
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 6 months.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.
Our Papers

Ad blocker detected

We have noticed you are using an ad blocking plugin in your browser.

The revenue we receive from our advertisers helps make this site possible. We request you whitelist our site.