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COVID classrooms: The closer to home, the better the decision

Local autonomy has been a long-term main stay on making decisions involving public school districts and their students. In Colorado, we elect candidates to serve on boards of education to make policy … more

Accepting the torch: Words from a 2020 graduate

Dear Class of 2020, My name is Jasleen Batra, and I’m a high school senior at DSST: Byers High School. I wish I had the opportunity to thank my teachers and friends in person for all the help they … more

Steaks, salons and state parks: Thoughts on reopening

Hey Colorado, things are incrementally opening back up! While it might seem like a year ago, in reality, it is more like 2½ months since we have had the opportunity to go to a dine-in restaurant and … more

Letter to the Editor: Tips from a student

Tips for online education As a middle schooler, online learning is interesting to say the least. I have been getting work done and having fun. The system that teachers are using is working, but there … more

Coronavirus is slowing new development

It shouldn’t come as a complete surprise that there are some signs of the wind coming out of the sail of new construction — at least to some degree. While I will only cite examples involving … more

Hyland Hills ballot issue warrants a ‘Yes’ vote

We are so fortunate to have such a fine combination of parks, trails, open space and recreation facilities, both here in the Westminster and in Hyland Hills Park and Recreation District area. … more
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