Letters to the editor
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Letter to the editor: Vote for paid leave

Vote for paid leave As the owner of a Littleton childcare center, I feel a deep calling to help our children get off to a good start in life. Yet, too many families in Colorado do not receive the … more

Letter to the editor: Craig Marshall Smith column was a keeper

Column was keeper I frequently want to write to thank Craig Marshall Smith for saying, so much better, what I think. Today is the day. When I read his column about driving in our current world I … more

Letter to the editor: Stand up for Littleton immigrant center

Stand up for immigrant center Last month my student passed her citizenship interview. It was one of the proudest moments of my life. We had been studying since November, when I signed up to be a … more

Letter to the editor: Silent Gardner should speak up

Silent Gardner should speak up Senator Cory Gardner has been rather noisy lately. Noisy about meeting with start-ups in Colorado Springs, health centers in Grand Junction (as he supports the lawsuit … more

Letter to the editor: Don’t cut off Littleton immigrant center

Don’t cut off immigrant center The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is planning to greatly increase the cost to immigrants applying for citizenship or for a green card (work permit). In … more

Letter to the editor: Add air quality to the fight

Add air quality to the fight The current fight for Black Lives Matter make it impossible to ignore systemic inequity in our communities. As part of this awakening we must also acknowledge that … more

Letter to the editor: Gardner's bipartisan bonafides

Gardner's bipartisan bonafides Most of us agree that our country is sorely needing more bipartisan, constructive dialogue and cooperation these days. Senator Cory Gardner embodies this much-needed … more

Letter to the editor: Place debt spotlight on colleges

Place debt spotlight on colleges Got a college loan you can’t pay because you can’t find a good enough job? Your beef should be with the college that you paid for your education, not the … more

Letter to the editor: Back troops, not Trump

Back troops, not Trump The greatest insult from Trump's actions to disrupt processing and delivery of the mail is that in so doing he is disenfranchising our troops. Never mind us here at home, our … more

Letter to the editor: Vote for Proposition 113

Vote for Proposition 113 Imagine: ● Presidential candidates campaigning and paying attention to ALL states, not just a handful of swing states! ● Republicans in California (or Colorado) and … more

Letter to the editor: Gardner is unfit to serve

Gardner is unfit to serve One would think by now that Sen. Cory Gardner would have admitted President Trump has been an abject failure in dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. Asked by CNN for the … more

Letter to the editor: Littleton should fund immigrant center

City should fund immigrant center I own an immigration practice a mile and a half away from the Littleton Immigrant Resource Center and reside in Littleton. I have referred many immigrants to the … more

Letter to the editor: Kellner will take on criminals as 18th Judicial District DA

Kellner will take on criminals I'm very concerned to hear that Denver is on track for its highest homicide rate in a decade. Denver is not an exception as violent crime is soaring in other cities … more

Letter to the editor: Littleton Immigrant Resources Center is treasure

Immigrant center is treasure Littleton Immigrant Resources Center, located in Bemis Library, has been providing citizenship education, with related legal help, and English language programs for many … more

Letter to the editor: Littleton schools community should speak out now

LPS community: Speak out now Tonight, Aug. 13, the Littleton School Board will decide whether to overrule the superintendent's proposal to send students back to the classroom in one week with … more

Letter to the editor: Believe experts about masks

Believe experts about masks I read with deep concern and disappointment that the Mayor of Littleton chose not to support a mandate for wearing face masks. The article talked about how council members … more

Letter to the editor: Cities listen to concerned citizens

Cities listen to concerned citizens Last week the Centennial City Council passed a motion to table, indefinitely, opting out of the TriCounty Health Department mask mandate. The vote was unanimous. … more

Letter to the editor: Thank you, Governor Polis

Thank you, Governor Polis Thank you Governor Polis for issuing the statewide mask order. Although it will not ensure 100% compliance, studies have shown it can increase compliance by 8% to 16%. I’d … more

Letter to the editor: Don’t believe Fox News

Don’t believe Fox News Fox News continues to spew out untruthful, hateful comments about Democratic positions and about Vice President Biden’s statements. Fox is a TV network that is totally … more

Letter to the editor: Delegation should back vaccine work

Delegation should back vaccine work My father has been battling stage four prostate cancer for a long time, which unfortunately has metastasized to his lungs. Because of this, he is extremely high … more
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