Letters

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Printed Letters: Oct. 13, 2015

By Staff

Rau sees bigger picture, would focus on students As the upcoming District 51 school board election is fast approaching, I wanted to say a word about a colleague of mine, George Rau, who is in the running. I am the founding administrator of ...


Email letters, October 12, 2015

By Staff

Proposition BB is a poor fix for what ails us It’s time voters weigh in on Proposition BB. Please read the blue book and pay attention to what is at stake here - $66.1 million. I’m thinking back to when recreational marijuana was ...


Printed Letters: Oct. 11, 2015

By Staff

Our community will be well-served by new DA We’ve long enjoyed strong law enforcement leadership in this community, with a high bar set by past district attorneys like Terry Farina and others. So it bears mentioning that we are in an ...


Email letters, October 9, 2015

By Staff

Community will be well served by newly appointed District Attorney We’ve long enjoyed strong law enforcement leadership in this community, with a high bar set by past District Attorneys like Terry Farina and others. So it bears ...


Printed Letters: Oct. 9, 2015

By Staff

In a violent world, best we can do is protect ourselves In 2012 a terrible mass killing took place at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. Nothing is worse than innocent children being killed. Immediately, gun laws advocates pushed ...


Email letters, October 8, 2015

By Staff

Konola’s mischaracterization of Second Amendment discloses ignorance Claudette Konola’s stunningly specious mischaracterization of the Second Amendment discloses complete ignorance and/or willful dismissal of the distinction ...


Printed Letters: Oct. 8, 2015

By Staff

A vote for Pitton, Levinson is a vote for D51 students The notion that strategic compensation hinges on this school board election is erroneous. The new pay system for teachers has already been designed, and it is now up to Mesa Valley ...


Email letters, October 7, 2015

By Staff

There is only so much that can be done to protect us from those who are dangerous In 2012 a terrible mass killing took place at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. Nothing is worse than innocent children being killed. Immediately, ...


Printed Letters: Oct. 7, 2015

By Staff

Panhandling will stop when we stop giving The American Civil Liberties Union should be listed alongside WildEarth Guardians as far as radical is concerned. They again are suing and winning every panhandler case in Colorado due to very liberal ...


Email letters, October 6, 2015

By Staff

ALA’s use of the term ‘banned books’ seems a little disingenuous The American Library Association’s use of the term “banned books” seems a little disingenuous. The books listed haven’t been banned in ...


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