Letters to the editor
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Eleven years. Eleven years as a parent of club swimmers. It comes to an end in August when my youngest daughter begins school at the University of Northern Colorado. She will swim there, and if all … more
I feel I must reply to Barbara Morton’s letter in the recent edition of the paper in her reply to my letter commenting on Diane Schrack’s letter on the Douglas County Sheriff’s training … more
The latest bill before the Colorado House would legalize physician assisted suicide. In cruder terms, “Grandma, why not consider suicide and end your suffering.” But she deserves to draw every … more
I enjoyed reading Ann Healey's article on Rocio Mendez.  She sounds like she is very dedicated and very deserving of our support.  However, I have a concern. Who has paid for her … more
I read Ann Healey's column about the undocumented woman, Rocio Mendez. I enjoyed reading it and can't help but wonder how many millions of untold stories like hers there must be. Stories of true … more
I say Gov. Hickenlooper is wrong to apologize for the Sand Creek Massacre. I do not accept any guilt or responsibility for what happened 150 years ago. The Indians and Federal Troops are all long … more
The holidays are a time for celebration and for being thankful for family, friends and good health. For the approximately 2,500 people awaiting organ donations in Colorado, it's a time of hope that … more
In response to the full page ad for the organization Catholics for Choice that ran the week of Oct. 20: more
I am a voting resident of Denver and own a small business, but I am not politically active. It is just not my thing. On the flip side, I know business owners on opposing ends of the political spectrum who are more politically active. George Soros and Charles and David Koch are good examples. more
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