Letters to the editor
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Letter to the editor: Root out supremacism

Root out supremacism As a 70-year-old white, straight male, I understand the views expressed by the letter writer (Oct. 7 “Warning about woke ideology”) who falsely equates what he calls “woke … more

Letter to the editor: History must be honest

I vehemently disagree with letter writer Brian Houghton’s position that “Critical Race Theory is divisive and racist at its core.” (And don’t even get me started on his … more

Letter to the editor: Will Littleton’s council cave?

Two impending city council actions will have enormous consequences. Not just for citizens, but for anyone living or driving nearby. Following an Oct. 5 public hearing … more

Letter to the editor: Expand Littleton's historic district

On Oct, 26, an important proposal will come before the city council to expand Littleton’s Main Street Historic District. more

Letter to the editor: Warning about woke ideology

Warning about woke ideology The “awokening” of America should be a stark warning to all who care about this country and its future. Much of today's woke ideology has roots emanating from … more

Letter to the editor: Don't abandon Littleton immigrant center

I have been a volunteer at LIRC teaching English and citizenship programs as well as tutoring for the past six years. The city's recent decision to discontinue this … more

Letter to the editor: Littleton Immigration Resource Center worth keeping

Earlier this summer, the Littleton City Council had voted to defund the LIRC (Littleton Immigration Resource Center), and I'm asking that council to please reconsider. … more

Letter to the editor: Vote for Rydin on Littleton council

Vote for Gretchen Rydin Gretchen Rydin is running for the at-large seat on Littleton's City Council in the upcoming November elections. I am quite sold on her, the person and the platform. She is … more

Letter to the editor: Glad for mask requirement

Masks are a reasonable, minor hindrance to keep our kids and broader community safe. I know that some parents have expressed their strong opposition to them. But for my … more

Letter to the editor: ABC test spells trouble

Colorado’s representatives in Congress should be commended for efforts to lift up workers and families affected by the COVID pandemic. more

Letter to the editor: Kafer should suspend column

It appears to us that one candidate for a Littleton City Council at-large seat, Krista Kafer, has a serious advantage over her opponent, Gretchen Rydin. Ms. Kafer, a … more

Letter to the editor: When it comes to masks, whose style is being crimped?

My house is on the Vista Trail open space a few hundred yards east of the Platte River Academy on South Colorado Boulevard. more

Letter to the editor: Tri-County does good work on our health

Have you had a swim in a public or community pool? Have your children attended a preschool in Douglas County? Have you dined in a restaurant in Douglas County? Do you value … more

Letter to the editor: The Douglas County coroner recognizes a touch of compassion

My name is Jill Romann, and I am your Douglas County coroner. I would like to acknowledge another act of kindness which occurred here in our Douglas County. This act was one of … more

Letter to the editor: Littleton candidate and Denver Post columnist Krista Kafer’s views are troubling

Candidate’s views are troubling How many contortions did Krista Kafer have to execute in order to twist the meaning about critical race theory in her Aug. 2 Denver Post column (“Kafer: Colorado … more

Letter to the editor: The COVID pandemic is not over

We read with great wonderment recent statements by CDPHE and the Colorado State Board of Education related to the state’s lifting of rules for COVID masks, … more

Letter to the editor: Thanks to health-care sector

Thanks to health-care sector The Douglas County Business Alliance represents more than 5,500 businesses and over 155,000 employees, allowing us to see firsthand the many challenges COVID-19 threw at … more

Letter to the editor: Glad for response

Glad for response So proud that there was a published response to “Super Dad” appearing in your May 27 edition. The response from John Salanitro was spot on. He should be asked to write guest … more

Letter to the editor: Why I will walk

Why I will walk My Wind Crest senior living community will hold its second Pride Parade June 24. When a few residents and employees met to plan the upcoming parade, it started me thinking. Why is our … more

Letter to the editor: Congratulations to Healeys

Congratulations to Healeys Congratulations to Jerry and Ann Healey! You know when it’s time to move on. I commend you! However, afford me the opportunity to thank you for a job well done! Years … more
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