Letters to the editor
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Letter to the editor: For kids, support Build Back Better Act

  This Sunday, I will walk in the Denver Autism Walk to build awareness about Autism and to celebrate the accomplishments of my grandchild who is on the Autism spectrum. I am passionate about … more

Letter to the editor: Bravo to JSO

  Thank you, thank you, to the Jefferson Symphony Orchestra for a wonderful 69th season premiere concert last weekend!  I am grateful to Dr. William Morse, music director and … more

Letter to the editor: Grace notes

We have been receiving the Transcript several weeks now (transferred from the Canyon Courier, which was not as appropriate to our area) and are very happy with it. My husband is a professional … more

Letter to the editor: Smoke in our eyes regarding mask mandates

Can any, not remember those summer’s smoke-filled days? How many remember the questioner who asked if the now ubiquitous masks would block inhalation of associated aerosol particles? How … more

Letter to the editor: Supporting the mask mandate

  As someone who witnessed the havoc COVID-19 raged on ICUs across the state after my dad had to be admitted for multiple strokes, I am very supportive of the Jeffco Public Schools mask … more

Letter to the editor: A small way to help get past this nightmare

  Nobody, including me, enjoys wearing a mask. But while our daughter is at school, it is a simple and effective way to keep everyone safe. I know we all were really hoping that things would … more

Letter to the editor: End the endless war

After 20 years in Afghanistan, it is time for the United States to acknowledge that peace and security can never be achieved through military force. As a grandmother, I don’t want to see my … more

Letter to the editor: Salute to a local hotel 

We in the (Weld County sheriff’s department) public affairs office just recently learned about this story and feel a long overdue thank you is owed to the managers of the Holiday Inn Express … more

Letter to the editor: Our forgotten history

  We must not panic over Critical Race Theory, a legitimate idea worthy of discussion at the college graduate level. Its six tenets, as stated by Michael Alcorn, seem reasonable topics for … more

Letter to the editor: Land of confusion over Reagan legacy

  In response to Joe Webb’s letter on Ronald Reagan.Joe wrote “…what Reagan achieved as president was meant for all Americans without exception.All Americans benefited from … more

Letter to the editor: LWV favors masks in schools

  The League of Women Voters of Jefferson County strongly supports a requirement that all persons appearing on school premises be required to wear masks for the coming year. The League of … more

Letter to the editor: When it comes to masks, whose style is being crimped?

My house is on the Vista Trail open space a few hundred yards east of the Platte River Academy on South Colorado Boulevard. more

Letter to the editor: Stay on track with vaccinations

  When most Coloradans hear of vaccinations today, they think of the pandemic and COVID-19. Remarkably effective and safe vaccines have helped us to return to more normal lives and saved so … more

Letter to the editor: Easy and simple climate steps

  Climate change is obvious to us now as the Earth warms and weather changes. It is a complex problem that might not be solvable. But each of us can help to slow climate change so that future … more

Letter to the Editor: Conifer needs a standalone library

On behalf of the Conifer community, the Conifer Area Council thanks the Canyon Courier for its recent story about the community’s desire for a stand-alone library in Conifer. We also appreciate … more

Letter to the editor: Xcel should speed transition

The climate emergency demands that we quickly replace fossil fuels with low-carbon renewables. Unfortunately, Xcel plans to operate the Comanche 3 coal-fired power plant in Pueblo until 2040, making … more

Letter to the editor: Congratulations to Healeys

Congratulations to Healeys Congratulations to Jerry and Ann Healey! You know when it’s time to move on. I commend you! However, afford me the opportunity to thank you for a job well done! Years … more
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