Letters to the editor
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Letter to the editor: Creek demands caution

I read the Transcript article, ‘River safety is no Joke.’ It reminded me of of an incident about three or four years ago. It was December and Clear Creek had a hard crust of ice over it. … more

Letter to the editor: Barr deceived us

Attorney General Barr purposely deceived the American public with his summary of the Mueller report. Mueller's team reported that he had mischaracterized the report, misleading and damaging the … more

Letter to the editor: New Columbine plan disgraceful

New Columbine plan disgraceful I find the entire idea of a “new Columbine” to be disgraceful and an insult to the memory of the deceased. This seems to be a cowards’ way out of the situation by … more

Letter to the editor: School rebuild balderdash

Can you think of anything more ridiculous than the Jeffco School Board’s proposal to demolish the Columbine High School and replicate it a few feet away? Where is the money for this boondoggle … more

Letter to the editor: Thank you Colorado

A couple of weeks ago I had a letter to the editor published in this newspaper. It said that I was doing a state report on Colorado and asked you to send me some information. Your response was … more

Letter to the editor: Science will prevail

Distortions and misrepresentations of science are nothing new. However, I believe that climate science takes it to a new level. Politicians, the media, the climate industry, and even educators … more

Letter to the editor: Not Jeffco’s money

Please tell the Jefferson County Commissioners they can’t lose something they never had! Your May 23 article quotes the commissioners news release saying “the loss of this surplus funding has … more

Letter to the editor: Where’s Don Quixote when you need him?

There’s a little patch of ‘guidance concrete’ at the corner of 10th and Ford which has irritated me for quite a while. I wrote a little poem about it: There is some careful … more

Letter to the editor: Let’s be sustainable

Climate change is one of the most important challenges facing Colorado in the coming years. Our community, and the rest of the state, are already feeling the impacts that will only grow. Forest … more

Letter to the editor: What’s wrong with dog owners?

It’s that time of year again, nice weather, blooming flowers. Unfortunately, bags of dog poop are also blooming along walks and trails. What’s wrong with dog owners!? Dogs are great, … more

Letter to the editor: Important climate details

I’d like to respond to the Letter to the Editor from the March 28th issue regarding climate change. As a community member who has a master’s degree in atmospheric science and spent nearly … more

Letter to the editor: Clearing the air

With the soaring Rocky Mountains, the Great Sand Dunes, the endless green forests and the fields of vibrant flowers, Colorado’s diverse landscapes and climate make it an exceptional place to … more

Letter to the editor: Growth at any cost

Certain paradigms create self-fulfilling destinies. In America, “economic development”, another word for “growth,” remains the mantra for every politician in Colorado and … more

Letter to the editor: Mile High opportunity

Thousands of people flock to Colorado every year for a better life. The Census Bureau estimated a 1.4 percent growth rate for Colorado last year, over double the 0.6 percent national rate. This … more

Letter to the editor: Act now on climate

I am currently a junior in high school in Arvada, and love my state.The mountains are gorgeous, as are the colorful skies we get to see. So it makes me so sad to know what we are doing to our … more

Letter to the editor: Time to end death penalty

Time to end death penalty A society that respects life does not deliberately kill human beings. The death penalty sends the message that violence is the most effective solution to problems. The … more

Letter to the editor: Should continuity trump achievement?

Do Jeffco parents and taxpayers know that the number or our K-3rd graders with 'Significant Reading Deficiencies' had increased to 11 percent last year rather than decreasing to 9 percent as was … more

Letter to the editor: Fight factory farming

All over the United States, we maintain an endless amount of factory farms- in 2012 there was a recorded 2.1 million factory farms in America alone. In Colorado, we participate in nationwide … more

Letter to the editor: Bill would help reduce suicide

Bill would help reduce suicide As a one-time state lawmaker who had an “A+” NRA rating and a former Republican candidate for governor, I’m strongly supportive of HB-1177 — a bill that would … more

Letter to the editor: Astor House ancestor

My name is Heather Robinson Ross, Janet Livesay Robinson’s daughter and great great great granddaughter of Seth Lake. I am writing to express our support for the Museum of Reinterpretation … more
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