Letters to the Editor

It is time to have a serious conversation to address the mistrust felt by communities of color towards police departments, not just in other states, but right here in Colorado

U.S. Senator Mark Udall, D-Colo., mails his ballot following a campaign stop with Denver Mayor Michael Hancock, second from left, at a coffee shop in the Five Points area of Denver, Monday, Oct. 20, 2014. Republican Rep. Cory Gardner has jumped ahead of Udall in recent public polls after a long-deadlocked race. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

Mark’s help was vital to quickly securing this medal, and I know I am not the only veteran he has helped. Mark and his staff actively reach out to our communities, helping us navigate the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (V.A.) to secure our disability benefits and access the other benefits we’ve earned

As a resident and voter in Aurora, I have been carefully watching the campaign advertisements of both Mike Coffman (the Republican) and Andrew Romanoff (the Democrat). I paid special attention to Congressman Coffman’s newest TV ad, which depicts him as someone who is a strong voice for women’s issues. I was surprised at Coffman’s ad […]

As business, civic and government leaders and as members of Colorado’s Latino community, we wholeheartedly endorse Andrew Romanoff for Congress. Andrew’s career is a testament to his courage and compassion.  He worked tirelessly in the Colorado House to improve our schools, grow our economy, and strengthen the middle class. Those are the priorities Andrew will […]

EDITOR: Dave Perry is a good example of the “narrow-minded DOLT” that he refers to in the May 8 edition. READ DAVE PERRY’S COLUMN ON GOVERNMENT PRAYER It is probably better that he sits on his dead ass during the invocations, if in fact he actually does do that. Herb Alie Denver