Letters to the editor
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Letter to the editor: Columbine culture

Now that the fiscally irresponsible prospect of demolishing and resurrecting Columbine HS has been put to bed, should we not consider prominent imagery to repel the misguided gawkers?If continuous … more

Letter to the editor: Stop inhumane treatment

Stop inhumane treatment Since the beginning of 2019, more than 500,000 children, women and men have crossed the southern border of the United States seeing asylum from violence and trying to escape … more

Letter to the editor: Gardner not right fit

Gardner not right fit Colorado needs a senator who will work for everyone in Colorado regardless of their political party. Unfortunately, Cory Gardner is not that senator. Gardner did the right thing … more

Letter to the editor: Senator dodges issues

Senator dodges issues It was good to read about Cory Gardner finally getting out to our area and meeting with his constituents. However, we would have appreciated advance notice so we could actually … more

Letter to the editor: Time for Gardner to go

Time for Gardner to go This letter is in response to David Gilbert’s article about Senator Cory Gardner’s visit to Littleton. The article lists several businesses he visited and business owners … more

Letter to the editor: Move has been costly

Move has been costly When will we learn that big is not better? The big South Metro Fire Rescue is certainly not better for the people of Littleton when their high fees strongly influenced the … more

Letter to the editor: Recall tactics are unacceptable

Recall tactics are unacceptable Just to the east of Littleton, intimidating behavior is going on in State House District 37 by the people collecting signatures to recall Rep. Tom Sullivan. Recently, … more

Letter to the editor: Approval voting is way to go

Approval voting is way to go The Approval Voting Party advocates the adoption of approval voting, a simple voting method that allows voters to choose any number of candidates for a given office. … more

Letter to the editor: Rights worth preserving

Rights worth preserving In response to Craig Smith’s editorial re gun rights, my letter is titled “Free speech rights must acknowledge free speech wrongs.” It doesn’t take much listening to … more

Letter to the editor: Principal not to blame

Principal not to blame I feel compelled to respond to the news of the egregious, ill-informed and unwarranted attack on Natalie Pramenko and by extension the faculty, staff and students of Arapahoe … more

Letter to the editor: Let’s protect people, planet

Let’s protect people, planet Regarding the recent letter to the editor titled “Bill bad for kids”: Proposition 112 and SB-181 are two completely different things. Proposition 112 was about … more

Letter to the editor: A view worth protecting

A view worth protecting The Historic Littleton Inc. (HLI) Board of Directors is writing this letter to alert the newspaper’s readers to a pending proposal for construction of two permanent … more

Letter to the editor: The threat remains

The threat remains So, the threat is lifted. But it’s not. Not for the half million students who were kept home and now have to return to school wondering… will a bad person be at my … more

Letter to the editor: More solutions to consider

More solutions to consider Two recent pieces in this newspaper refer to suicide and efforts underway to prevent it. One was the article announcing the walk planned by students at Arapahoe High to … more

Letter to the editor: Bill bad for kids

Bill bad for kids My family and I have called Colorado home for decades. In my husband’s case, his family is one of a few Colorado pioneer families. I have never in my life have I seen the will of … 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: A weak interview

A weak interview In the Orwellian ethos of the current times your “hard-hitting” interview with Rep. Froelich really fits well. Certainly, the representative’s constituents don’t want to know … more

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