Letters to the editor
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Letter - Mental health struggle is real

Mental health struggle is real I am writing in response to the article titled “From the Editor: I have been there — Unmasking mental health can lead to help,” published in your newspaper the … more

Letter - Editorial got it right

Editorial got it right Thelma Grimes’ Aug. 11 editorial, “Cough it Up,” was a breath of fresh air. Between the legally suspicious antics of the new school board, the silly battles between the … more

Letter - Drama was overwrought

Drama was overwrought Regarding Linda Newell’s guest column “Fewer freedoms, more politics”: Kudos to letter writer Mike Morgan, who pointed out in a somewhat satirical fashion, that your … more

Letter - Column missed truth

Column missed truth In the July 7 issue of the Parker Chronicle, guest columnist Linda Newell made her sad lament of the loss of the right to control her own body. A more truthful, moral statement … more

Letter - Column went overboard

Column went overboard Kudos to your columnist for using the terms “Americans with uteruses” and “pregnant person” in a column appearing on July 7. Too often we regress to those dark days … more

Letter - Newell column spurs questions

Newell column spurs questions Regarding the column “Fewer freedoms, more politics” by Linda Newell, July 7: Former state Sen. Linda Newell’s July 7 column, “Fewer freedoms, more politics,” … more

Letter: Another side on end of Roe

Another side on end of Roe This is in response to the June 30 article, “Residents protest end of Roe v. Wade at city’s courthouse.” I would like to share another side of the June 24 overturning … more

Letter: Kellner plays fear card

Kellner plays fear card Eighteenth Judicial District Attorney John Kellner, Republican candidate for Colorado attorney general, mimics his party’s tactic of fearmongering, comparing Denver to the … more

Letter: LPS interpreters deserve better

LPS interpreters deserve better After Littleton Public Schools board members voted to deny collective bargaining rights to interpreters for deaf/hard-of-hearing students on June 9, I was reminded of … more

Letter: Intention versus impact

Intention versus impact The Colorado Department of Education intends to revise the social studies standards. The impact of their intention will ultimately be harmful. When kids are not given the … more

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