Letters to the editor
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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: 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

Letter to the editor: President part of problem

President part of problem In a recent letter to the editor, a candidate for CU regent told us what a wonderful job our president has been doing to fight the war against the viral enemy we are … more

Letter to the editor: Put others first

Put others first When did our elected Douglas County state lawmakers become health experts to feel Tri-County Health was wrong in issuing stay-at-home orders prior to the governor’s call? Are they … more

Letter to the editor: Trump deserves praise

Trump deserves praise President Trump has been at the forefront of an unprecedented response to the outbreak of COVID-19, leading the way to protect Coloradans. By taking effective actions, the … more

Letter to the editor: A matter of common sense

A matter of common sense I am in full support of Director John Douglas of Tri-County Health. He has the facts and projections of COVID-19 and has nothing but the welfare of the people in mind. I do … more

Letter to the editor: Poor move by politicians

Poor move by politicians As a Douglas County resident and retired medical technologist, I was appalled at the actions of our local elected officials in response to the stay-at-home order by the … more

Letter to the editor: Leave it to the professionals

Leave it to the professionals I couldn’t believe it when I read that six of our state legislators admonished the Tri-County Health department for being proactive in reducing the spread of … more

Letter to the editor: Embracing the challenge

Embracing the challenge School is back in session. Parents, teachers and students usually just return to their normal school and life routines.This year, though, is different. The coming weeks offer … more

Letter to editor: Kudos to Laydon

Kudos to Laydon I wanted to make you aware of the unflagging support that was given to the Tri-County Health Department’s stay-at-home order by County Commissioner Abe Laydon. From the very … 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: Hold colleges accountable

Hold colleges accountable I won’t be voting for any candidate who supports college loan forgiveness through a new law, bankruptcy or any other means. I and my children worked to pay for college … more

Letter to the editor: Careful, but normal

Careful, but normal My friend, Anna, and I have lived a total of 162 years, which makes us a tad older than most people in Douglas County. I am not going ro reveal our (her) age, but I’m the older … more

Letter to the editor: Slow down, stop hoarding

Slow down, stop hoarding It’s always smart to take precautions against colds and viruses, and especially with the elderly or health compromised. But I think some in the media are causing undue … more

Letter to the editor: Empowering young women

Empowering young women When I think back to when I was a 16-year-old girl in 1978, I was only expected to get good grades, go to college, get married, and raise a family. Fortunately, people in my … more

Letter to the editor: Kudos to Snowmass

Kudos to Snowmass It takes a village — Snowmass Village — to show the rest of Colorado how to enforce the red flag law. I urge all residents of Douglas County to go on the internet and read about … more

Letter to the editor: Bill would benefit workers

Bill would benefit workers Almost six out of 10 private-sector, nonunion employees have forced arbitration in their employment  contracts. That means that they have given up their rights to hold … more

Letter to the editor: Gun violence all too real

Gun violence all too real I am a mother of young children here in Parker. Since moving to this community five years ago, I have experienced numerous reminders of the ways gun violence impacts our … more
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