Letters to the editor
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Letter to the editor: Can the liberals be trusted?

Will the 56 percent of the liberal voters of Douglas County, the ones who got rid of the "bad guys" in the last election for DC School Board, be able to use their community organizing skills to … more

Letter to the editor: Enough complaining

Enough complaining The community that has been sending in their editorials to complain about the new school board are demonstrating their immaturity, selfishness and how spiteful they are. They have … more

Letter to the editor: Why waste money?

As various board community committees research various ways to infuse money into the school district's budget, how can some members of the present board consider spending up to six figures of tax … more

Letter to the editor: The rest of the story

Mike Coffman in his guest column regarding tax reform (Dec. 7) failed to provide readers with the complete description of the proposal. He did not mention that the Affordable Care Act will be … more

Letter to the editor: Bill would bring a boost

As the president of the Cutthroat Chapter of Trout Unlimited in Littleton, I strongly support the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Future Generations Act (SB18-143), a bill that will provide critical … more

Letter to the editor: Make a real difference

Make a real difference I formerly worked in a local high school kitchen and served food out front. For the most part, I saw a great group of students. But I also saw kids who ate by themselves … more

Letter to the editor: Families should have say

Thank you for your detailed coverage of the tragic New Year’s Eve morning violence. My condolences to the Matthew Riehl and Zackari Parrish families. May their deaths not be for naught. Sheriff … more

Letter to the editor: Adding to the problem

The writer of the recent letter titled “Enough complaining” should have stopped with the title, instead of doing more of the same. This letter fits the definition of being hypocritical. Hank Hall … more

Letter to the editor: A true treasure

Thank you for highlighting the remarkable Sonya Ellingboe in your “My Name is…” column. We first met Sonya when we moved to Littleton in the early 1980s.We always enjoy talking with her and … more

Letter to the editor: Voters got it right

I believe we have made the right choices in electing Anthony Graziano, Krista Holtzmann, Kevin Leung and Chris Schor to the Douglas County School Board. They will keep the students' and the teachers' … more

Letter to the editor: Where will union fit in?

Two weeks before the recent school board election, there was a story in this paper about a national teachers' union donating $300,000 to the campaigns of the CommUNITY candidates, who eventually … more

Letter to the editor: Olympics here? No thanks

As much as I like watching the Winter Olympics on TV, it is hard to justify the cost of building the numerous facilities required for sports that few watch and even fewer have ever even tried. While … more

Letter to the editor: Don’t reward bad decisions

Don’t reward bad decisions Taxpayers in Douglas County may be asked to approve a ballot question asking voters to approve an increase for mill levy override money to fund teacher pay. Why? Who … more

Letter to the editor: Know what it’s all about

Know what it’s all about This is a response to Jen Wilking’s Living and Aging Well column in March titled “Yoga is practical method to achieve more ease in aging.” Jan wrote an informative … more

Letter to the editor: Other ways to be safe

Other ways to be safe My life experience of 71 years tells me that some of these children, including David Hogg who already has all the talking points, are little wanna-be-activists that have had a … more

Letter to the editor: Poor choice by school board

Poor choice by school board At its April 17 meeting, the Douglas County Board of Education voted to finalize a $260,000 contract with its new superintendent, Dr. Thomas Tucker.  What does school … more

Letter to the editor: Keep our kids safe

Keep our kids safe I am a Castle Rock resident and the mother of five elementary school-aged children. I support the Second Amendment and grew up in a family of responsible gun owners. When the … more

Letter to the editor: Leave the internet alone

Congressman Coffman's letter to the FCC requesting a delay of the rollback of Obama FCC regulations on the internet is not serious policy. His request was designed as a PR tool to garner support from … more

Letter to the editor: The public will pay for it

Regarding Congressman Coffman's guest column on "net neutrality" in last week's paper: While it is admirable that Coffman called for a delay of the vote in December, which went through anyway, I … more

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