Letters to the editor
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With Mother's Day upon us, a shout out to all mothers, human and non-human alike, in celebrating their worth, while recognizing the struggles every mother faces in raising her young. I am the mother … more
Jeffco has proof that sixth graders are not better off in middle schools. Per recent achievement results released by the District Accountability Committee, sixth graders in 6-8 middle schools perform … more
The human toll of Alzheimer's is obvious. Today, there are more than 5 million Americans living with this disease - the only leading cause of death without a way to prevent, cure or even slow its … more
I want to have an engaging and meaningful relationship with my senators. Is that too much to ask? This April, our members of Congress had two full weeks to come home and listen to their constituents … more
Police, sheriffs and firefighters across Jefferson County deserve our thanks and praise for a job well done. This past Saturday they and local communities again spearheaded National Take-Back Day … more
House Bill 676 would expand medicare to all individuals residing in the US and its territories. This is a comprehensive bill that gets for-profit companies out of health care and provides a solid … more
In a recent letter to the editor it was suggested that a school superintendent who was hired to ensure quality education for 86,000 students with a $950 million budget (of which … more
The Denver Post recently reported that an undocumented Aurora mother of four was taken into custody when she checked in for her appointment with ICE. According to her attorney she has complied with … more
The Jeffco School District chose to close all small neighborhood schools, regardless of the true costs to families and community. The March 30 opinion piece by Tom Coyne puts the whole "crisis" in … more
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