Letters to the editor
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Letter to the editor: A big-picture fix is needed

A big-picture fix needed DCSD Superintendent Tucker’s recommendation to fire Michelle Grissom can be expected, but it’s a narrowly focused reaction that doesn’t address the root cause of the … more

Letter to the editor: Just the facts, please

Just the facts, please It was disappointing to read Ellis Arnold’s account of certain bills currently being discussed in the Colorado Legislature. “Democrats wasted no time in taking up liberal … more

Letter to the editor: A vote against bill

A vote against bill If Mike Foote’s bill in the Colorado Legislature to make the popular vote count becomes law it will have exactly the opposite effect. Your vote won’t count, instead it will … more

Letter to the editor: Letter writer off base

Letter writer off base My name is Kyle Lewis, and among other things, I am a high school student in Douglas County. I was dismayed to read Smith Young’s Jan. 31 letter to the editor, in which he … more

Letter to the editor: DCSD no place for radical agenda

DCSD no place for radical agenda Referring to Alex Dewind’s Jan. 24 online article “Douglas County teacher on leave following Twitter post,” most of us who follow the news are aware of Michelle … more

Letter to the editor: Celebrate school choice

Celebrate school choice National School Choice Week, Jan. 20-26, is a great time to reflect on how school choice has allowed so many students the opportunity to find an educational option that allows … more

Letter to the editor: Questions to consider

Questions to consider As the Town of Parker experiences budget issues, is it time to consider listening to their community rather than their pro business position? Granted, getting more businesses … more

Letter to the editor: Argument falls flat

Argument falls flat In regard to last week’s article “Finding hope on a flat earth,” the Flat-Earthers state that the world is flat, covered by a dome, and Antarctica is a wall off ice that … more

Letter to the editor: Give here at home

Give here at home Do you know where your Colorado Gives Day, Dec. 4, donation is going? Not “where” as to which nonprofit, but “where” as to whether it’s staying local in Douglas County. … more

Letter to the editor: Time to pay it forward

Time to pay it forward There’s a myth floating around that DougCo doesn’t vote for school funding, but it’s incorrect. DougCo voters used to vote regularly for school funding. Taxpayers voted … more

Letter to the editor: Vote for McCormick

Vote for McCormick I noticed that Ken Buck was the only candidate that couldn’t be bothered to return the questionnaire for your elections 2018 guide in the Oct. 18 paper. That’s exactly the … more

Letter to the editor: Elect George Brauchler

Elect George Brauchler Courtroom experience is critical for our next attorney general. George Brauchler has tried hundreds of cases, many high-profile. Ninety percent of the positions in the … more

Letter to the editor: We must pass 5A, 5B

We must pass 5A, 5B I strongly support the DCSD bond and mill levy proposals on this fall's ballot. As a DCSD employee since 1976 as a principal, high school science teacher and now a substitute … more

Letter to the editor: Vote for Griswold

Vote for Griswold You’ve probably chosen a gubernatorial candidate. What about other statewide offices? Do you know about those candidates and their positions on our important issues? The secretary … more

Letter to the editor: Say no to 74

Say no to 74 Amendment 74 is one of those proposals that sounds like a good idea but would have horrible consequences. If someone wants to open a pot shop in your neighborhood and the town passes a … more

Letter to the editor: Brauchler has the experience

Brauchler has the experience Colorado’s next attorney general needs to be a tough, successful, experienced attorney. George Brauchler has over two decades of legal, real-life law experience. His … more

Letter to the editor: Brauchler the right choice

Brauchler the right choice In business, experience matters. Most jobs have a minimum experience requirement as business owners are looking for qualified candidates who can hit the ground running day … more

Letter to the editor: Support setbacks for oil, gas drilling

Support setbacks for oil, gas drilling Why support 112? It puts our families’ and kids’ health first, ahead of industry lies. Per independent university research, toxic risks from fracking … more

Letter to the editor

Say no to 112 I’ve worked in the oil and natural gas industry for five years, and before that, I knew nothing about oil and gas. If Proposition 112 was on the ballot back then, I probably would … more

Letter to the editor: 5A, 5B will benefit schools

5A, 5B will benefit schools As a Douglas County legislator, my conservative record on educational activism is strong. My last year as state representative I was awarded the Legislator of the Year … more
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