Letters to the editor
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Letter: Global warming: be aware and be active

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) reported in 2008 that our world was warming rapidly and that at 2 degrees Fahrenheit the melting of the arctic ice sheets is irreversible. We are there now. more

Letter: Beware of catalytic converter theft

Last week my wife and I went on a short trip, and left our car at the RTD Parking Lot in Olde Town Arvada. I chose a spot on the third level, under a light so that it visible at night. We returned … more

Letter: Why we should support the Equity in Neuroscience and Alzheimer’s Clinical Trials Act

While nearly everyone is likely to be familiar with Alzheimer’s disease because of its skyrocketing prevalence, many people don’t realize that it disproportionately affects older … more

Letter: Early childhood education in ­Colorado

Childcare providers across Colorado and here in Arvada are struggling to keep up with the requirements that affect and regulate early childhood education. more

Letter: In response to the March 24 article “Fed-up conservatives started organizing”

A recent Arvada Press article highlighted a group of conservative women in our town who are working to promote their political beliefs. more

Letter: In response to Sandi Diebel’s March 24 letter to the editor

Ms. Diebel’s admission that she does not have children in school reveals Ms. Diebel’s uninformed agenda. I fail to comprehend how such a definitive opinion can be formed without either direct personal observation or second hand reporting from one’s children about what and how curriculum in schools is being administered. more

Letter: Thank you, Michael Alcorn

For years I’ve read Michael Alcorn’s columns and thought, “What a thoughtful guy!” Always balanced, insightful and innovative, he’s my favorite columnist in the Denver … more

Letter: Let’s call on Colorado state legislators to vote “yes” on House Bill 22-1295

Early childhood experiences shape a child’s development, education and journey throughout life. However, this is also the period when children are most likely to live in poverty and experience … more

Letter: Why I think Bob Dyer should be on the Arvada Fire Protection District Board

Bob Dyer has decided to offer his services to our community one more time by running for the Arvada Fire Protection District Board in the May 3 election. more

Letter: In response to the March 10 letter by Jay Gubersky

It seems Mr. Gubersky and I are going back and forth here. Responding to his most recent letter to the editor, he asks if I disagree with the way reading, math, geography, etc. are taught. more

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Letter to the editor - Dementia training needed

Dementia training needed When my husband, John, was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, our family was devastated. There was so much for us to learn. When it was time to look for help with his … more

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Letter to the editor: Wanting to give Arvada's tax a pass

Every so often, my girlfriend and I like to get away from everything for a couple of days. This time we chose a couple of days at The Hilton Garden Inn in Arvada. It is an excellent establishment and … more

Letter to the editor: Support for the retired

It is a strong belief of mine that when you work for decades and give into our American economy, you should be supported after you retire.  more

Letter to the editor: No excuse not to vote

  In answer to Michael Alcorn’s question (The problem with money in politics, Nov. 11, 2021), I believe it should always be worth fighting a system with dysfunction. And when it comes … more
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