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Letters

  • Our Readers Write

    All points of view deserve space at library
    Editor:
    Regarding Dave Bagenski’s July 11 letter objecting to the Gay Pride display in the library:
    In other words, if he does not agree with an idea, he doesn’t want the public to have access to the information? I thought a library was supposed to be a source for all kinds of information, not just what one agrees with.

  • Our Readers Write

    School district’s plea for tax hike should be ignored
    Editor:

  • Our Readers Write

    Fire victims say thanks to Elks
    Editor:
    On July 14, the Elks Lodge of Evergreen hosted a phenomenal fund-raiser to benefit the survivors of the Lower North Fork Fire (which burned 23 homes and killed three neighbors in March). The funds go to the Mountain Resource Center in Conifer.

  • Our Readers Write

    Tolerance, understanding are on loan at the library
    Editor:
    Regarding Dave Bagenski’s letter (July 10, “Gay Pride display at library was not appropriate”): As my queer teenage daughter would say, “That letter is wrong in so many ways.”

  • Our Readers Write

    Library offers display space to variety of groups, points of view
    Editor:
    On behalf of the Jefferson County Library Board of Trustees, I want to respond to Mr. Bagenski’s letter in the July 11 Canyon Courier.

  • Our Readers Write

    Gay Pride display at library was not appropriate
    Editor:
    Recently, I noticed that a large portion of the main display case at the Evergreen Public Library was devoted to advertising and supporting the Gay Pride event held in Denver in mid-June. Prominent signs in favor of “gay sons” and “dyke daughters” were displayed, along with dates for the Gay Pride events downtown.

  • Our Readers Write

    We cannot eat money
    Do Republicans breathe air?

  • Our Readers Write

    Sign on truck, announcer’s comments at Rodeo Parade were inappropriate
    Editor:
    What follows is the experience my family had at the Rodeo Parade:

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    Local students rocked at solo ensemble contest
    Editor:
    Congratulations to Anisia Barnett, Ingrid VonKleydorff, Kelsey Pashman, Madisyn Genender, Olivia Hahn, Rachel Malpass, Rebecca Chamberlain, Shannon Kittelsen, Tyler Lemon, Will Emery and the Sedici Corde String Quartet (Erika Malpass, Madisyn Genender, Rachel Horton and Sierra Gilman) on your fantastic performances at the Jeffco Schools’ solo ensemble contest on April 21. You all rock!

  • Our Readers Write

    We need a  family entertainment center
    Editor (and neighbors):
    I recently heard a rumor of a ranch/farm store going into the former Albertsons.
    And I must ask: Do we really need another ranch/farm store in our mountain community when several are already established; while Conifer just opened a large one a few miles away? Such could put established businesses out of business.