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Letters

  • Vox

    Keep marijuana edibles away from kids         
         Editor:
    If you have not noticed how marijuana edible packaging is similar to candy and pastry products, take notice now, particularly during pre- and post-Halloween.

  • Vox

     Those with depression issues

    should seek help

    Editor:

    The death of Robin Williams has brought attention to the very serious nature of depression. It is difficult to comprehend how a person with millions of dollars, countless fans, and a string of successful  movies and shows was unable to beat this condition.

  • Vox

    Commemorative bench moved
    Editor:
    Such a big to-do over a beautiful tribute to a man who worked and devoted himself to the city of Idaho Springs for almost 50 years: Paul Munchiando.
    It seems that a simple bench, meant to honor this man and his love for the city, was a pox upon the patchy, weed-ridden yard of the public library, so much so that the entire board made it its goal to have it removed.

  • Vox

    Think carefully before creating
    affordable housing in Clear Creek
    Editor:
    In the Aug. 5 article, “Developers eyeing affordable-housing projects,” there was a note of caution about not wanting to jump into such a development. This was entirely appropriate, since such housing is affordable to the occupants but can be quite expensive to the rest of the residents and taxpayers in the county.

  • VOX POP

    School board needs to explain Lancaster’s ouster

    Editor:

    Re: “Time for the school board to come clean,” the op-ed by Jerry Fabyanic on July 30.

    The Clear Creek School District has had two overarching goals for at least 30 years:

    1) Provide the absolute best education to Clear Creek County students that we are capable of.

  • VOX POP

    School board needs to explain Lancaster’s ouster

    Editor:

    Re: “Time for the school board to come clean,” the op-ed by Jerry Fabyanic on July 30.

    The Clear Creek School District has had two overarching goals for at least 30 years:

    1) Provide the absolute best education to Clear Creek County students that we are capable of.

  • Vox

     CDOT makes bad decisions

    for Clear Creek County

    Editor:

  • Vox

     Kudos to Mary Jane, Annelise Loevlie

    Editor:

    I suspect that most Clear Creek County residents saw the article in the June 13 Denver Post business section about Mary Jane and Annelise Loevlie both receiving the presidential “E” Award for managing nation-leading exporters. Mary Jane created and manages Shotcrete Technologies; Annelise is CEO and a founder of Icelantic Skis.

  • Vox

     Thanks to Xcel for contribution

    Editor:

    Powerful is how I describe the Xcel Energy Foundation’s recent $10,000 contribution to the Georgetown Energy Museum. This generous gift will allow us to open the museum’s doors to additional visitors, enhance our displays and continue offering the public unique opportunities to interact with Colorado history. 

  • Vox

     Udall is a senator who listens

    Editor:

    The pending mid-term elections are perhaps among the most critical in U.S. history. The  partisan divide in Washington, and here in Colorado, has never been as deep as now. 

    We have but a handful of politicians in Washington D.C. who have refused to become  engulfed by the chasm. Among them is U.S. Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo.