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Letter: Consider e-bike impacts on trails

I enjoyed Molly Absolon’s article in the September 15th edition of the Arvada Press about electric mountain bikes on trails. more

Letter: In response to Joe Webb’s “Solutions for Jeffco public schools”

Joe Webb writes that we need solutions to the declining enrollment within the Jeffco schools and predicts an additional reduction over the next few years that will reach 50% of the current student population. more

Letter: Why Lesley Dahlkemper has my support

As JeffCo prepares to welcome the new renewable energy industrial park, it’s important to recognize that this was made possible by a public-private partnership. more

Letter: There’s no such thing as a “moderate” Republican politician

In better times, there was such a thing as a “moderate” Republican politician, who would work across the aisle with colleagues to solve problems. No longer! more

Letter: 50th Anniversary of Arvada Historical Society

The founder and first President of the Arvada Historical Society, Lois Lindstrom, was quite a letter writer. One of the tools she employed to help accomplish the goal at hand was the “letter to the editor.” more

Letter: In response to Ted Williams’ July 28 column on the Keystone Pipeline

I enjoyed Ted Williams’ article about the Keystone Pipeline, published in the July 28 issue of the Arvada Press. more

Letter: The federal Bipartisan Infrastructure Law will propel America into a cleaner future

My name is Natalia Ekberg. I’m a mom in Arvada and my children ride one of the 4,000 school buses that produce 50,000 tons of greenhouse gas emissions each year. more

Letter: Supporting Colorado Alzheimer’s families

Today, 76,000 Coloradans are living with Alzheimer’s disease, and that number is expected to rise by 21% in the next few years. more

Letter: Another failed government program

Another failed government program Citizens have the ability to get Narcan (for opiate overdose) without a prescription and carry it around in case of an opiate emergency. more

Community Voices: The potential threat to the wildlife environment

My name is Sharon McCarthy. I am a resident of Forest Springs in West Arvada as well as one founding organizer of the nonprofit Friends of Ralston Creek Neighborhoods (https://frcneighborhoods.org.) more

Letter: Think deeper on climate change solutions

There is no doubt that we have a climate change problem. However, I am getting tired of being lectured by people who have not thought past windmills and solar panels. There are a myriad of problems … more

Letter: In response to May 12 article on Planned Parenthood

I read your article dated week of May 12, 2022 “Planned Parethoood of the Rocky Mountains: ‘You couldn’t credit a more terrifying scenario.’” more

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
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