Letters to the editor
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Some kids write imaginative short stories as youngsters, some love numbers, and some collect bugs and butterflies from early on. My daughter loved dinosaurs and the planets. That's why we in Douglas … more
This comment responds to U.S. Rep Mike Coffman's recent guest column regarding ACA replacement. I read independent reviews of healthcare systems in tier 1 countries.  Other nations score … more
In response to "Plan has potential of moving ACA replacement forward," a guest column by U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman: Representative Coffman's proposal for repealing and replacing the ACA presents … more
Sen. Gardner:  The majority of Americans were opposed to your actions to repeal the protections of the Affordable Care Act. You voted for it anyway. Your work to dismantle this life-saving … more
If indeed 'Might can make right' as claimed in an Aug. 3 letter, would not 1940's Germany and Japan have been the most righteous nations on earth? How has the so-called 'strength' … more
The recent article on the Jefferson Parkway does a good job of presenting the arguments for the JP, but not as much for the opposition.  As Dan Hartman said, it "is a bad project that will … more
Recent years have been hard in the Douglas County School District. Our schools are still excellent, as the many people moving here for them can attest. But the pace of change has been far, far too … more
I was thrilled to see Debora Scheffel announce her candidacy for the Douglas County school board. Dr. Scheffel started her career right here in Douglas County as a special education teacher, and she … more
In 2017, the usually ho-hum school board election is grabbing national attention. The Elevate Douglas County candidates Randy, Ryan, Debora and Grant are running to sustain educational excellence for … more
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