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South Suburban Parks and Recreation District election An important election is fast approaching that many in the South metro area may not even know is happening – the election for board of director members for the South Suburban Parks and Recreation District. As many know, the district maintains parks, recreation facilities, trails and open space […]

Letters to the Editor 4-10-14

Letters to the Editor 4-10-14

Kerry shouldn’t be representing our country  In the March 27 Villager, Donald Peterson responded to my letter to the editor that noted Obama’s infamous “red line” did nothing to stop the killing of innocent Syrians, by trumpeting Obama’s efforts that will eliminate Syrian dictator Assad’s access to chemical weapons. So what? The slaughter of men, women, and children […]

Letters to the Editor 4-3-14

Letters to the Editor 4-3-14

Now is time to fix Affordable Care Act, not repeal it U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman reported in his story about his meeting with small business owners that uncertainty from the Affordable Care Act has impacted their ability to manage their businesses. Coffman did not report that he contributed to that uncertainty by voting more than 40 times […]

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Russia will not return Crimea I agree that “…it’s really none of our business.” The irony of it all is that it will only be 238 years on July 4 that the United States is celebrating its Independence from Great Britain. If Crimea wants independence from the Ukraine and to return to Russia, it IS their […]

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Obama foreign policy collapses again It all started in Egypt with the Obama regime support of the Muslim Brotherhood, a group that Egypt itself says is a terrorist organization. This caused outrage and protests against Obama by thousands of oppressed Egyptians, who threw the Muslim Brotherhood out of office. Next with Syria, Obama claimed last year […]

Letter To The Editor

Letter To The Editor

A beacon of clarity  In an electronic age where digital media supply us with information about every subject under the sun, there are those who question the importance, and even the relevance, of a printed newspaper. I submit that it is in fact because of this proliferation of digital cacophony that we need a printed […]

Letters to the Editor 2-20-14

Letters to the Editor 2-20-14

Balmer’s bill for dogs & cats I’m responding to Jennifer Churchfield’s Feb. 13letter in The Villager about Sen. David Balmer’s Senate Bill 14-039. This bill will provide protection to first responders, as they provide emergency stabilizing care to dogs and cats pulled from burning homes or raging floods. I am the past president of the […]

Letters to the Editor 2-13-14

Letters to the Editor 2-13-14

Should focus on real problems, solutions As quoted in The Villager on Feb. 6, Sen. David Balmer said, “I’ve branched out this year – I’m the dog and cat legislator.”  With all due respect Sen. Balmer, I’d like you to be my legislator. I’m a registered Republican and a proud dog owner, but my hope was […]

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor

Littleton City Council, city manager still behind closed doors City Council is elected by the public to do public business. Littleton citizens voted with a 73 percent majority last November to require these public officials to do the public’s business in public. Yet Littleton’s city manager, by his own words, does not intend to follow […]

Letters to the editors – 1-23-14

Letters to the editors – 1-23-14

Tancredo will lead Colorado forward The race for the Republican nomination for governor has just begun and already we are seeing the seeds of discord. Tom Tancredo, former Congressman, former Reagan and Bush appointee to head the Region 8 office of the Department of Education, and former executive director of the Independence Institute, suggested a […]

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