Letters

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Email letters, May 22, 2015

By Staff

Income redistribution with Obamacare is getting out of hand I lost my employer-sponsored health insurance because of “rising premium costs.” Translation: Obamacare raised costs. In November I went to Colorado’s health ...


Printed Letters: May 22, 2015

By Staff

We all have the right to choose what we believe After reading the non-Bible and non-Christian beliefs of Anne Landman, I had to express mine. Christians and those who believe the Bible also take responsibility for our actions. We also believe ...


Email letters, May 21, 2015

By Staff

Thurlow has proven to be a thoughtful, principled conservative legislator Now that the 2015 legislative session has come to a close, I would like to publically thank my state representative, Dan Thurlow, for his work in helping to keep the ...


Printed Letters: May 21, 2015

By Staff

Club 20 spurned by Interior in D.C., but trip a success Members of CLUB 20 recently returned from a legislative trip to Washington, D.C. with fire in their bellies and a list of action items to continue to work on. Although the trip proved ...


Email letters, May 20, 2015

By Staff

Kids treat other child with cruelty in the form of a pig’s face What would you do as a parent if your kid came home from school, and reached in their backpack to find a preserved pig’s face? Well, my kid freaked out, started ...


Printed Letters: May 20, 2015

By Staff

What is climate change doing to trout streams? This is the time of year that I look forward to as a trout fisherman. The streams and rivers will soon clear and the fish will be biting. I’m so pleased that we have gotten some rain and ...


Email letters, May 19, 2015

By Staff

Climate change could be making the streams uninhabitable to trout This is the time of year that I look forward to as a trout fisherman. The streams and rivers will soon clear and the fish will be biting. I’m so pleased that we have ...


Printed Letters: May 19, 2015

By Staff

Most identify with 
traditional snipe hunt I am a Colorado native, and the only research I need to conduct about a snipe hunt is to poll 1,000 people on any street downtown. Maybe one will be aware of a hunt for a bird that would not ...


Email letters, May 18, 2015

By Staff

Policeman cameras must be kept turned on Cameras on a policeman seem to be a no man’s land if the officer can choose when to turn them on. If we are to spend the money on them, they must be turned on at the moment of contact with any ...


Thanks to whomever cleaned up dog waste

By Staff

I don’t know who to thank for doing the remarkable, if noisome, (and probably thankless) task of dealing with and disposing of all the dog poop that careless, unthinking, irresponsible pet owners had left all over Dinosaur Hill and the ...


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