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Today's Opinions

  • OUR READERS WRITE

    Vote for Pete Weir, a DA with integrity, compassion

    Editor:

    It is both my privilege and honor to support Pete Weir for re-election as Jeffco’s district attorney. I first met Pete in the darkest days following Jessica Ridgeway’s kidnapping and homicide, and I witnessed first hand Pete’s leadership and compassion, as well as his unwavering resolve in the pursuit of justice for Jessica.

  • OUR READERS WRITE

    Vote for Pete Weir, a DA with integrity, compassion

    Editor:

    It is both my privilege and honor to support Pete Weir for re-election as Jeffco’s district attorney. I first met Pete in the darkest days following Jessica Ridgeway’s kidnapping and homicide, and I witnessed first hand Pete’s leadership and compassion, as well as his unwavering resolve in the pursuit of justice for Jessica.

  • Cultural tax comes back to mountain area

    Do you even bend down to pick up a penny anymore when you spot one on the street?

    I do, because my father taught me that if I don’t, it means I no longer appreciate the value of money. After all these years, although the buying power of a penny has been devalued to almost nothing, the lesson hasn’t.

    But many of you probably don’t pick up that paltry penny anymore, and I don’t blame you. Although it never bought much, it used to buy something. Now, it’s hard to think of anything you get for a single brass penny.

  • OUR READERS WRITE

    Why does Jeffco Public Schools need 3A and 3B?

    Editor:

    The short answer:

    Our kids need quality educational facilities and resources.

    The long answer:

  • OUR READERS WRITE

    Why does Jeffco Public Schools need 3A and 3B?

    Editor:

    The short answer:

    Our kids need quality educational facilities and resources.

    The long answer:

  • OUR READERS WRITE

    A response to article on school district mill levy/bond

    Editor:

    A response to the Aug. 31 article by Sal Christ:

    The article mentions nothing of last year’s countywide property assessment increase of approximately 8 percent for 2014 and the anticipated increase of approximately 10 percent next year for 2016.

  • OUR READERS WRITE

    A response to article on school district mill levy/bond

    Editor:

    A response to the Aug. 31 article by Sal Christ:

    The article mentions nothing of last year’s countywide property assessment increase of approximately 8 percent for 2014 and the anticipated increase of approximately 10 percent next year for 2016.

  • Washington needs a win-win mentality

    I can’t remember precisely when I first read Steven R. Covey’s 1987 bestselling book “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.” The book changed the way I view life and success. As I look at the number of addresses in my Amazon account, I can see that I have sent the book to lots of people who I thought could benefit from its wisdom.