Letters to the editor
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Letter to the Editor: Some points about PERA

In the March 29 edition, in letters to the editor, a couple letters suggested Colorado let PERA go bankrupt; as if they, and the state, 1) were separated from, and not a part of PERA, and 2) that … more

Letter to the Editor: Colorado needs more renewable energy

The use of renewable energy is becoming a big problem. To the east side of Golden, you can see a brown horizon because of the smog coming from Denver. Colorado is a beautiful place and we can’t … more

Letter to the Editor: Good point on communication

Mary Stobie brought out a very important point with her article “Two men talking about North Korea.” The fact that two men were talking, and even more important listening to each other, … more

Letter to the Editor: Reach Act can save kids’ lives

As a parent, I’m thankful my child was born healthy and has received medical care throughout his life. Unfortunately, millions of children worldwide do not have the same access to care. … more

About letters to the editor

Colorado Community Media welcomes letters to the editor. Please keep in mind the following rules: • Submit your letter in a Word document or in the body of an email. No PDFs, please. • Letters … more

Letter to the Editor: Future of state’s energy up for debate

Xcel has just submitted a plan to the Public Utilities Commission (PUC) that details how Colorado will generate our energy over the next four years. It invests heavily in renewable energy and brings … more

Letter to the Editor: RTD Plea

Because we have no train from Arvada, please reinstate the wonderful A line shuttle. It took 20-30 minutes to reach DIA. The bus/train combo takes over an hour.Kathleen Flynn,Arvada more

Letter to the Editor: Not facing the problem

Not facing the problem It is good and right that Colorado state lawmakers are “Facing the Problem” of opioid addiction and the resulting overdose deaths. As reported in the Jan. 4 newspaper … more

Letter to the Editor: Some schooling suggestions

Jeffco School Superintendent Glass’ calls, in his monthly op-ed, “Generations” visions, calling for public comment, which follows. There’s need for at least a year of … more

Letter to the Editor: Power of words

While savoring each word in the art of positive thought in last week’s column by a renowned coach and speaker, I couldn’t help but feel a hint of sardonic humor in the light of remarks … more

Letter to the Editor: Constant vigilance

The other week a letter writer questioned what we are doing in Niger. Perhaps the question should be, “What would happen if we were not in Niger?” The United States has a presence in over … more

Letter to the Editor: What the sixth grade shift doesn’t say

The “Sixth-Grade Shift Explained” letterby five administrators from Jeffco was interesting for what it did and did “not” tell us. This “much more consistent model of … more

Letter to the Editor: Expect trouble from teachers

We hear that Oklahoma’s teachers are on strike because, the average salary of $45,276 requires second jobs to keep off food stamps. We know many folks who work twice as hard and would be pleased … more

Letter to the Editor: So thankful for STEM story

Thank you for Christy Steadman’s excellent article about girls (and women) in STEM courses and careers in last week’s issue. The American Association of University Women’s (AAUW) 2010 … more

Letter to the Editor: Monumental fuss

Who is inciting the mobs of protesters who say that President Trump is not permitted downsize especially those National Monuments which were created solely to ‘lock-up’ vast swaths of the … more
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