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Today's Opinions

  • COURIER ENDORSEMENT: Foothills tax increase a worthy investment

    Whether playing ice hockey at The Edge, enjoying a sunny afternoon at Clement Park or attending a community gathering at The Peak, the lives of countless South Jeffco residents are touched on a regular basis by the Foothills Park and Rec District.

  • OUR READERS WRITE

    Council of Homeowners Organizations supports Foothills’ mill-levy boost

    Editor:

    After review and discussion of the issue at our Oct. 1 meeting, the members of the Council of Homeowners Organizations for a Planned Environment have voted to support Foothills Park and Recreation District’s mill-levy request in the upcoming election.

  • OUR READERS WRITE

    Council of Homeowners Organizations supports Foothills’ mill-levy boost

    Editor:

    After review and discussion of the issue at our Oct. 1 meeting, the members of the Council of Homeowners Organizations for a Planned Environment have voted to support Foothills Park and Recreation District’s mill-levy request in the upcoming election.

  • For Jeffco students, this pendulum is the pits

    “The history of liberty is the history of resistance.”

    — Woodrow Wilson

    I have remained stubbornly silent about the new school board majority for many months, mainly because I felt the three new members deserved a chance to prove that the hysteria about hidden agendas was an overreaction.

  • For Jeffco students, this pendulum is the pits

    “The history of liberty is the history of resistance.”

    — Woodrow Wilson

    I have remained stubbornly silent about the new school board majority for many months, mainly because I felt the three new members deserved a chance to prove that the hysteria about hidden agendas was an overreaction.

  • Chaos returns to Jeffco school board

    Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water.

    After the movie “Jaws” made people so afraid of shark attacks in 1975 that there was a demonstrated reduction of swimming in the ocean, the marketing people at Universal Studios came up with perhaps the most memorable tagline in move history when they introduced “Jaws 2” in 1978 with: “Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water.”

  • Same-sex marriage coming to Colorado

    When I was a junior at Steamboat Springs High School in 1975, there was a huge controversy when the Boulder County clerk began issuing same-sex marriage licenses. It was a national story, but it was really big news in Steamboat, as the clerk had grown up there and her father was the longtime clerk in our county.

  • COMMUNITY VOICES: Time for more transparency in Littleton

    By Carol Brzeczek

    The Colorado Open Records Act provides citizens with a process to gain access to public records. Under Colorado law, information packets no longer constitute “work product” under CORA once they “are produced and distributed to the members of a public body for their use or consideration in a public meeting.”