Letters to the editor
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Re: the recent Q&A with state Rep. Kevin Van Winkle and his answers to the question of the two most important issues the Legislature must tackle this session. Rep. Van Winkle identifies … more
Re: Last week's letter, "Vouchers are a scam" Robert White and many other voters recently do not seem to have a clue as to what they just voted for. In this letter, he calls on "all true … more
I had to do a double take after reading Robert White's letter in last week's paper. I agree with everything he said except for the last paragraph. I have never before heard anyone attribute school … more
I attended the Dec. 6 meeting of the Littleton City Council along with over 200 of my neighbors concerning the status of LIFT funds for several projects, including Columbine Square.  The … more
Re: Last week's letter, "Choice is a good thing for students" My truck is 14 years old and I would like to buy a new one, but the truck I would really like to have is expensive.  I would like … more
In her Dec. 8 opine, Barbara Backlin apparently lost the road map when she wandered through "good teachers," "Obama forcing kids back into ineffective schools," and the value of charter schools, en … more
If I went up to any Castle Rock resident on the street and asked if they knew who the current mayor is, there's an almost certainty that they would not know. If I then told them the name of our … more
The Dec. 1 Herald article about the Highlands Ranch light rail stop and RTD's "efforts" to bring it to fruition didn't clearly state the challenges this project faces.  Yes, RTD has spent $25 … more
I was very disappointed to read the recent article "Douglas County School Board rescinds latest voucher program." What a lost opportunity to be on the cutting edge. It would be interesting to … more
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