Letters to the editor
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Letter to the editor: Follow safe health guidelines

Follow safe health guidelines Since the owners of C&C Coffee and Kitchen (in Castle Rock) are not afraid of the COVID-19 virus and its related laws, I must doubt their adherence to hygiene and … more

Letter to the editor: Mail voting should be right

A recent story from 9News hails Colorado as a leader in mail-in ballot voting (April 9). The law went into effect in 2013 and allows all voters to get a ballot in the … more

Threat comes with opportunity

COVID-19 is perhaps the greatest threat to our collective lives — or maybe, one of our greatest opportunities. A May 14 article in the May 14 issue of The Lone Tree Voice brings both into stark … more

Masks are path to reopening

Occam's Razor stipulates that the simplest solution is usually the best solution. All of us want to reopen — we all want the economy to stabilize, to attend family reunions, send our kids back to … more

Letter to the Editor: Thanks for letting me off the hook

I have lived a long and productive life and I have no interest in prolonging it by spending my last days on a ventilator. Two months ago I instructed my daughter to follow my end-of-life wishes to … more

Letter to the editor: Look into DA elections

Look into DA elections On Feb. 23 Ahmaud Arbery was shot to death while jogging in Georgia. It wasn’t until more than two months later, when a video of the shooting surfaced, that murder charges … more

Letter to the editor: Missing something?

Missing something? I read with interest the April 16 article, “South Suburban facing cuts as shutdowns drag on.” The person interviewed, Rob Hanna, executive director of South Suburban Parks and … more

Letter to the editor: The real sin

The real sin Nancy Pelosi has criticized President Trump’s intentions to reopen the nation’s economy as “almost sinful”. Speaking of sinful issues, lets look at something Nancy Pelosi, a … more

Letter to the editor: Be wise on spending

Be wise on spending In these very uncertain times I think it’s hard to predict where we might be in a year or two, let alone more. The economy may rebound to its prior health or it may go south. … more

Letter to the editor: Thank you for article

Thank you for article My heart lifted when I saw the altar at St. Thomas More in the paper. My daughter was married there and my grandchildren received their sacraments there. I must make one … more

Letter to the editor: A growing problem

A growing problem According to a recent article in Colorado Politics, Colorado leads the nation in the percentage of unelected legislators. For many of us living in Littleton, both our state … more

Letter to the editor: Support teachers

Support teachers I am a resident of Englewood and a Littleton Public Schools (LPS) high school social studies teacher. With almost three decades of experience in LPS, I have experienced shrinking … more

Letter to the editor: A strong law

A strong law On Feb. 3, several Colorado Republicans introduced a bill that seeks to repeal Colorado’s Extreme Risk Protection Order (ERPO or “red flag”) law. The move likely stems from … more

Letter to the editor: Legislation merits support

Legislation merits support A big thank you to U.S. Rep. Jason Crow for endorsing HR763, the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act! This legislation, in the U.S. Congress at this time, offers a … more

Letter to the editor: Crow let us down

Crow let us down Your article about Rep. Jason Crow “elevating his profile” in the recent presidential impeachment should remind us all that Rep. Crow has failed in his campaign promises. He told … more

Letter to the editor: Helping voters

Helping voters Democracy demands active participation. That’s why I am so glad Jena Griswold created a new website – www.GoVoteColorado.gov — where Coloradoans can register to vote, check their … more

Letter to the editor: Kudos to Crow

Kudos to Crow We who live in the 6th Congressional District owe a big “thank you” to our representative, Jason Crow. When Rep. Crow arrived as a freshman two years ago, he was immediately swept … more

Letter to the editor: Bill would help families

Bill would help families I am an early learning education specialist with more than 30 years of experience. I am also a Save the Children Action Network (SCAN) volunteer. In these roles, I witness … more

Letter to the editor: A dangerous trend

A dangerous trend I was disappointed in the impeachment “trial.” Democrats focused on the apparently illegal effort to withhold congressionally approved funds for a very important cause in the … more

Letter to the editor: We need real solutions

We need real solutions The United States, more than any other country, has reduced our carbon emissions. To bolster this, Congress is working on legislation called the Trillion Trees Act, which calls … more
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