Letters to the editor
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Letter - Drag show protest was misguided

Drag show protest was misguided In response to the June 23 article “Drag show protesters, counterprotesters eye future events”: What’s “normal” in America right now, Ms. Overbeck, are … more

Letter: LPS interpreters deserve better

LPS interpreters deserve better After Littleton Public Schools board members voted to deny collective bargaining rights to interpreters for deaf/hard-of-hearing students on June 9, I was reminded of … more

Letter: In response to gun-control column

In response to gun-control column In response to Robert Tann’s column, “I’ve lived in a country with gun control. It works”: Unlike Robert Tann, I have never lived in a country with gun … more

Letter: Intention versus impact

Intention versus impact The Colorado Department of Education intends to revise the social studies standards. The impact of their intention will ultimately be harmful. When kids are not given the … more

Letter - Buck’s words felt hollow

Buck’s words felt hollow I attended the Memorial Day remembrance in Littleton. I also attended the ceremony in Highlands Ranch. At Littleton’s event, the only speakers were veterans and a … more

Letter - Enough is enough

Enough is enough I am a great-grandfather and I don’t want to be standing out in front of a school shooting hoping that my great-grandchildren are safe inside from the gunfire I hear. Let the … more

Letter: Weekly is the choice for sheriff

Douglas County is at a critical moment in time. Our public safety is in crisis and we find ourselves at a crossroads: either we make the same mistakes as Denver and … more

Letter: Ganahl lagging as pro-life activist

Ganahl lagging as pro-life activist Heidi Ganahl as a gubernatorial candidate says she is pro-life, and she may be, but she’s certainly not the pro-life activist she professes to be. Heidi will … more

Letter - Choose common sense over pipeline

Choose common sense over pipeline There has been a lot talk about water conservation lately so I decided to chart our elderly two-person household use over the past two years vs. our water budget. … more

Letter - O’Donnell is best choice for SOS

O’Donnell is best choice for SOS The Colorado Secretary of State (SOS) is elected to oversee and administer a broad range of laws pertaining to a comprehensive list of areas involving … more

Letter - Kids are getting it right

Kids are getting it right There is a lot of fear being projected onto our kids lately. It isn't fair to ask our kids to be critical thinkers and, at the same time, tell them they can only think … more

Letter - Kluth is focused on safety

Kluth is focused on safety I was reading and comparing the websites for the current Douglas County sheriff’s candidates and the message of one candidate really stood out - Holly Kluth’s. Her … more

Letter - Honor our teachers

Honor our teachers There is a special teacher retiring this month. For 23 years she has faithfully showed up to teach grade school art and then high school ceramics. This included seven years at … more

Letter - Urge action on mental health

Urge action on mental health May is Mental Health Awareness Month. As a volunteer and advocate with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, this month I am asking everyone to join us and … more

Letter - Choose John Priddy for South Suburban board

John Priddy loves the South Suburban Parks and Recreation District. He and his family have used the rec centers, trails and other facilities for over 20 years. He has an intense interest in … more

Letter - Reach out to vote in South Suburban

Reach out to vote in South Suburban Yesterday I attended the League of Women Voters forum for the candidates for the South Suburban Parks and Recreation District. The candidates are running for one … more

Letter - Reelect Pye, Barrett and Lawful

Reelect Pye, Barrett and Lawful As former South Suburban Parks & Recreation District board members, we join many others in asking district voters to reelect the three incumbents, Susan Pye, Pete … more

Letter to the editor - Dementia training needed

Dementia training needed When my husband, John, was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, our family was devastated. There was so much for us to learn. When it was time to look for help with his … more

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