Letters

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Printed letters, October 3, 2013

By Staff

The majority of the wars fought through World War II were among nations with established boundaries and based on historic rules and customs for determining victory or defeat. Since then, the character of international conflicts has been ...


Email letters, October 2, 2013

By Staff

Leany criticized teacher without having all the facts I am shocked that our newspaper would publish on its front page innuendos made at the Sept. 17 school board meeting by Jeff Leany, a board member. It is obvious he wanted a platform to ...


Printed letters, October 2, 2013

By Staff

Recently, school board member Jeff Leany said, “Douglas County is 15 points ahead of us (on Transitional Colorado Assessment Program scores). Why wouldn’t we want to emulate that?” This question displays an alarming lack of ...


Email letters, October 1, 2013

By Staff

Government, environmentalists kill another Colorado industry It was heartbreaking to read about how the government and the extremist environmental lobby cooperated to essentially kill another industry in Colorado. The only reason that Shell ...


Email letters, September 30,  2013

By Staff

  Mikolai, Kiesler and Butler served in nonpartisan fashion I had the honor to serve with one of the finest school board members we will ever have, Harry Butler. I am offended that Sue Benjamin, in her letter to the editor, would even ...


Printed letters, October 1, 2013

By Staff

I recently returned from my annual elk hunt in Colorado. A couple friends and I, all from South Carolina, bowhunt in Gunnison National Forest every year. Some years we harvest an elk, and some years we are content to enjoy the awesome scenery ...


Printed letters, September 29, 2013

By Staff

Shell’s decision to shut down its oil shale operations in Colorado and move it to friendlier places like Canada and Jordan was based on artificial economic factors created by the government’s punitive regulatory approach, not ...


Email letters, September 27, 2013

By Staff

South Carolina bowhunters don’t all use poison arrows I recently returned from my annual elk hunt in Colorado. I and a couple friends, all from South Carolina, bowhunt in Gunnison National Forest every year. Some years we harvest an ...


Printed letters, September 27, 2013

By Staff

My recent canoe trip along the lower Gunnison River, through the Dominguez-Escalante National Conservation Area, revealed an incredible learning landscape, rich with geologic wonders and wildlife, most notably birds. River corridors such as ...


Email letters, September 26, 2013

By Staff

People want to take back our schools from leftists I want to thank columnist Bill Grant for his latest pontification of the liberal agenda on schools and their governing boards. The idea that the Republican Party is trying to “take ...


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