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Today's Opinions

  • OUR READERS WRITE

    Support for the slate of five board hopefuls

    Editor:

    As an educator for the past 37 years, the local and national agendas that surround our school environments are near and dear to my heart. Thus, I feel compelled to convey the importance of the Jefferson County school board election.

  • OUR READERS WRITE

    School board majority should be lauded, not recalled

    Editor:

    Having seen several good companies driven into bankruptcy or demise by intransigent unions, as I have, shouldn’t we all congratulate Jeffco’s unjustly maligned school board for reaching a teachers contract agreement on time and within budget?

    Do you think that its new open-to-the-public negotiations helped?

  • OUR READERS WRITE

    Be an informed voter in recall election

    Editor:

    Marion and Jim Dries wrote in a recent letter that folks should seek the truth before voting in the school board recall election. A very good way to do that would be to check out two websites: freedomforeducation.com and jeffcoeducationtruth.com.

  • OUR READERS WRITE

    Safe storage, and where have the responsible gun owners gone?

  • OUR READERS WRITE

    County commissioners’ decision questioned in Jared’s rezoning

    Editor:

    Jefferson County has a Planning Commission that responds to zoning issues presented in unincorporated areas of the county. That commission recently held hearings on a request by Jared’s Garden Center to build an indoor volleyball facility and a pub on its property on West Bowles Avenue.

  • OUR READERS WRITE

    County commissioners’ decision questioned in Jared’s rezoning

    Editor:

    Jefferson County has a Planning Commission that responds to zoning issues presented in unincorporated areas of the county. That commission recently held hearings on a request by Jared’s Garden Center to build an indoor volleyball facility and a pub on its property on West Bowles Avenue.

  • OUR READERS WRITE

    Negative campaigning must end

    Editor:

    We have recently suffered bombardment by the most despicable, disgusting, demonizing political ads imaginable for most of this past year. I don’t want my TV viewing and radio listening co-opted by wealthy political interests in future election years. Discussions with friends, family and neighbors overwhelmingly indicate that I am not alone.

  • Board majority must reveal vision

    Maybe they just got tired of being called the new conservative majority.