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Canyon Courier Letters to the Editor

Canyon Courier Letters to the Editor, Week of March 17 more

Don’t forget to prioritize your health

Recently I was diagnosed as having kidney stones. I paid $150 out of pocket to have some CT imaging done to discover that. While it is certainly unpleasant to have them, those stones are not my major health problem. The imaging discovered a 1.5 inch mass on one of my kidneys.   more

Canyon Courier letter to the editor

Canyon Courier letter to the editor, Week of Feb. 24 more

Remembering Pat Teegarden

In death, Pat Teegarden inspired something that would have given him both pride and satisfaction during his life.   more

We are the people we’ve been waiting for

Lately, I’ve been wondering how I’ve moved from “It’s a Wonderful World” through “It’s the End of the World (as We Know It)” to, simply, “Wake Me Up (When It’s All Over).” When did I actually give up? more

Community Voices: Caucuses

We live in a representative democracy, and the Constitution requires each 10 years to reapportion members of the U.S. House of Representatives in accordance with the results of a population census. more

Canyon Courier Letters to the Editor

Canyon Courier Letters to the Editor, week of Feb. 17 more

Canyon Courier Letters to the Editor

Canyon Courier Letters to the Editor, week of Feb. 10 more

Black History Month: remembering Edna and John Mosley

As we celebrate Black History Month this February, let me introduce you to two giants in Colorado history, Edna and John Mosley. more

Canyon Courier letter to the editor

Canyon Courier letter to the editor, week of Feb. 3 more

The blame game

You may remember the song by Jefferson Airplane, “When the truth is found to be lies. And all the joy within you dies. Don’t you want somebody to love?” Well, today we would write it differently. We would ask, “Don’t you want somebody to blame?” more

Evergreen “Gateway”

Community Voices by Kathryn Mauz more

Community Voices ... Mountain traffic and overpopulation

With the passing of 2021, we launch into a new year with exciting plans, innovative ideas and a backpack stuffed with challenges facing folks living in the high country of Evergreen and surrounding areas. more

Election season will be quite a ride

Following politics can be disheartening and distressing, but it’s never dull. The last couple of weeks have been especially interesting, to say the least. more

Losing Perlmutter

We’re about to lose one of the really good guys. more

Letter to the editor

Canyon Courier letter to the editor, Jan. 20 more

The old college try

I love college athletics, and I bet you do too. Again this year we had an endless array of bowl games. Several times I found myself happily watching two schools I hardly knew. None was more exciting than the RoseBowl, in which my beloved Buckeyes came from behind to win in an exciting fashion. I think we are drawn to college games partially because the players are young men and women who are receiving an education opportunity in exchange for the many hours they donate to practicing and building their skills. Most will not go on to play their sport at a professional level. more

Why I will vote for Eli Bremer

Eli Bremer is a friend of mine running for the United States Senate. He is seeking the Republican nomination to oppose Michael Bennet for reelection. more

The importance of asking questions

I love questions. Questions are the beginning of all learning, of all wisdom. Guy’s walking along, sees some interesting phenomenon, says, “Why do you suppose that happens?” That is how physics, astronomy, meteorology, psychology, chemistry… well, you get the idea. more

Letters to the editor - Wildfire threats

Canyon Courier letters to the editor for the week of Jan. 13 more
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