Letters to the editor
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Letter to the editor: Irritated by mask rules

Irritated by mask rules I play racquetball. I like to play at Northridge Rec Center. I was playing cutthroat on Saturday and was informed by staff that only two players are allowed in a … more

Letter to the editor

Questions about equity policy Douglas County residents agree that all kids should thrive in school. To help accomplish this, we should foster respect and empathy and reject bias and racism. This is … more

Letter to the editor: In defense of Richard Champion

In defense of Richard Champion The misinformation in the letter Jan. 21 — “What was Champion thinking?” — needs to be addressed. In that letter, the author states that Richard Champion … more

Letter to the editor: Letter writer was cherry-picking

Letter writer was cherry-picking On Jan. 6, 2021, my wife and I went to Washington, D.C., to protest, in our opinion, a stolen presidential election; paying our own way to exercise our First … more

Letter to the editor: Champion’s story plausible

Champion’s story plausible The letter from Susan Thornton published in the Jan. 21 issue deserves some response. She was appalled that the Champions only saw extremely polite demonstrators at the … more

Letter to the editor: What was Champion thinking?

What was Champion thinking? It was shocking to open the Jan. 14 issue and find a story about former State Rep. Richard Champion on one page juxtaposed against a story on the next page about … more

Letter to the editor: Capitol riot was un-American

Capitol riot was un-American As a Littleton councilmember I swore to follow the Constitution and the law. At council meetings I pledge allegiance to our Republic. I take these commitments absolutely … more

Letter to the editor: Boebert doesn’t get Constitution

Boebert doesn’t get Constitution So, it looks like Lauren Boebert, Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District representative-elect, is ready to slap some leather come Jan. 6 when Congress meets to … more

Diverse groups suggest new ways to help unhoused, weigh neighborhood concerns

Registered neighborhood organizations (RNO), business improvement districts (BID), and creative districts have received inquiries regarding the seeming surge of homeless encampments in Denver. To our … more

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