Letters to the editor
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Letter to the editor: Lock up coronavirus rule-breakers

Lock up coronavirus rule-breakers Gathering in crowds, without face coverings or distancing, is just plain criminal! Such actions risk not only the health and lives of those who do so. Many others … more

Letter to the editor: Douglas County mistaken about separation

County mistaken about separation As our Douglas County commissioners move away from Tri-County Health, I question their judgment, asking some pointed questions. Can the commissioners provide the same … more

Letter to the editor: Douglas County commissioners let us down

Commissioners let us down I am extremely disappointed with the Douglas County commissioners' decision to opt out of the Tri-County Health Department because of the health department's mandate to wear … more

Letter to the editor: Don’t buy Gardner’s ‘green’ pose

Don’t buy Gardner’s ‘green’ pose Cory Gardner is attempting to “greenwash” his reputation to improve his chances for reelection in 2020; however, Gardner’s voting record and unwavering … more

Letter to the editor: Support McCorkle, give Buck the boot

Support McCorkle, give Buck the boot Guns and safety will be a big topic in the next legislative session and it’s important that Coloradans have their voice heard. Our state laws are evidence-based … more

Letter to the editor: Wrong approach on surprise bills

Wrong approach on surprise bills Federal COVID-19 relief efforts have helped many small businesses survive, but our health-care workers remain hard hit. In April, more than 1.4 million lost their … more

Letter to the editor: Civil War statue was part of Colorado’s story

Statue was part of Colorado’s story Meet my great-grandfather, John Dare Howland, designer of the Civil War statue that stood near Colorado’s Capitol. “Jack” Howland, was born in Zanesville, … more

Letter to the editor: Thankful for Wind Crest in Highlands Ranch

Thankful for Wind Crest Day after day as I hear and read about the difficult situations in some nursing homes throughout the country, I’m reminded of how fortunate I am to be living at Wind Crest. … more

Letter to the editor: Salute to strong Highlands Ranch teen

Patrick Boland, your story left me in awe and quite humbled by your strength in coping with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, CRPS (the story: “Highlands Ranch teen’s a … more

Letter to the editor: Voting procedures scrutinized

Voting procedures scrutinized I read a letter to the editor last week claiming there was no fraud in mail-in voting. While that may be so, I have had personal experience with some deficiencies in our … more

Letter to the editor: Help prevent suicide in America

Help prevent suicide in America In this time of uncertainty, it is especially important to take care of our mental health. more

Letter to the editor: Arbitration is medical-bill answer

Arbitration is medical-bill answer Since last summer, one federal policy debate has been simmering in the halls of Congress: how to deal with “surprise medical bills.” Colorado’s congressional … more

Letter to the editor: We can be better on race

As a white woman, I attended a middle school where I was the minority. In high school (1970s), I went to Mississippi to help rebuild a black community and became friends with … more

Letter to the editor: Wear mask to demonstrate care

Wear mask to demonstrate care In response to the letter by Smith Young, you claim that your opposition to wearing a mask is “obstructing choice.” Is wearing a seat belt “obstructing choice” … more

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: Look into details

Look into details We are all well aware of the COVID-19 crisis, and we urgently need your help. Of utmost importance to most of us is getting back to some sense of normalcy, so our economy can … more

Letter to the editor: Grateful for essential workers

Grateful for essential workers At the April 21 board of county commissioners meeting, as the commissioners weighed how much to open up the county, something was missing. Much concern was expressed … more

Letter to the editor: Hoping for new normal

Hoping for new normal Recently, Paul Albani-Burgio wrote a piece highlighting the finding of significantly cleaner air across the Denver area, according to measurements taken in late March. Those … more

Letter to the editor: Thankful for kindness

Thankful for kindness In a time of so much uncertainty, where all we hear is the negative side of what is going on in the world, it is important to highlight positivity and true acts of kindness. … more

Letter to the editor: Not praiseworthy

Not praiseworthy Recent letter author Priscilla Rahn wrote that Trump deserves praise. Ms. Rahn didn’t comment on why the president waited so long to get serious about the pandemic given we now … more
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