Letters to the editor
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Letter to the editor: Super Dad

Super Dad Hello head of household, Super Dad. The one your family looks up to for guidance. You won’t wear a mask or get the COVID-19 vaccination, but there you are in the hospital for over three … more

Letter to the editor: Urge Congress to help kids

Urge Congress to help kids As we look back at Mother’s Day, I reflect on how hard mothers have worked during the COVID-19 pandemic to care for their children. Unfortunately, too many moms are still … more

Letter to the editor: Let experts make health decisions

Let experts make health decisions Per your article, “County opts out of Tri-County dial extension,” Abe Laydon’s quote “I want ... Douglas County to be the first county in the state to say … more

Letter to the editor: Who would want to do that?

Who would want to do that? In “Littleton school board votes to close East Elementary,” published April 8 in the Independent, there is a statement made by the school board president that reveals a … more

Letter to the editor: Schools' equity policy needed

Schools’ equity policy needed Re equity policy at DCSD — thank you for including the quotes representing opposition. Many of them are verbatim the standard responses from entitled white … more

Letter to the editor: Conserve for Colorado's water use

Conserve for Colorado’s water future Meeting Colorado’s water needs in the face of climate change requires that we significantly reduce the use of water, rather than build more environmentally … more

Letter to the editor: Support bill to protect land

Support bill to protect land The U.S. House of Representatives recently passed the Colorado Outdoor Recreation and Economy (CORE) Act. As a mom, I was thrilled to see the news. Like so many Colorado … more

Letter to the editor

‘Needs’ and ‘wants’ in LPS I read the article “LPS mulls closing some elementaries” with great interest. It reported that due to a “$60 million premium on bond sales, district officials … more

Letter to the editor: Champion’s story plausible

Champion’s story plausible The letter from Susan Thornton published in the Jan. 21 issue deserves some response. She was appalled that the Champions only saw extremely polite demonstrators at the … more

Letter to the editor: CARES Act seems uncaring

CARES Act seems uncaring My most outspoken comment was that the Littleton City Council could spend $1.4 million on new chambers (through the CARES Act) and the State of Colorado and the school … more

Letter to the editor: Two different kinds of protests

Two different kinds of protests In the aftermath of the recent riot at the United States Capitol, the nation is left divided over what some argue to be acting upon their First Amendment right, and … more

Letter to the editor: Consider failed court cases

Consider failed court cases People are entitled to an opinion and there is a right to express those opinions just like Trump can contest the results in the court system. However, to completely ignore … more

Letter to the editor: Capitol riot was un-American

Capitol riot was un-American As a Littleton councilmember I swore to follow the Constitution and the law. At council meetings I pledge allegiance to our Republic. I take these commitments absolutely … more

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