Letters

The Cost of Saying No – Letter to the Editor

The Cost of Saying No – Fellow voters of Woodland Park ballots are on the way. We are faced with a decision of saying “YES” to better fund our schools or to say “NO”. There are many who argue saying “NO” costs them nothing. That they will pay no more taxes and thus the costs…

Concerns Voiced about Smoother Roads Group-Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor: This is an open letter to the citizens of Green Mountain Falls. I am concerned with the Smoother Roads group and their ideals. They formed their group to “inform and educate” the public as to why they should be the candidates of choice for the upcoming Mayoral and Trustees election in April. This…

Vote Yes for Woodland Park I don’t live in Woodland Park and will not be voting in the April 5th election. However as a resident of Divide, the happenings in Woodland Park have significant implications for all the residents of northern Teller County and the Ute Pass area. I urge Woodland Park citizens to vote…

Mar 12, 2016 AN OPEN LETTER TO GMF VOTERS FROM DICK BRATTON

Dear GMF Voters, This letter is to urge you be careful who you vote for this important Town election. Lorrie Worthey is the best choice for Mayor. Her leadership brought civility and decorum back to Town Board meetings. She has been very effective in forming partnerships with other municipalities and the County that will benefit…

Letter to the Editor week of 3.8.16

Dear Editor, There is a very popular claim among a certain segment of people in the United States of America that individual (and even collective) freedom does not depend on voting for any particular candidate or Party, because “God gives our freedom to us as a birthright”. Let us be authentically honest by admitting that…

Letter to the Editor

The Cripple Creek-Victor Mountain Health Center and School District are very grateful for the amazing support that the Cripple Creek Elk’s Lodge BPOE #316 and The Elk’s National Foundation have given to our students with grants that they have written. The Elk’s presented another grant in December 2015 for $2,500 to support health needs of…

Letter to the editor

Letter to the editor: 1/7/16 I attended the Dec. 17th council meeting with many others who are concerned with the direction the aquatic center is taking. What I experienced was very disheartening. It was the first time in 40 yrs. I wanted to move away from this community. So many people took the time to…

2015 Lighter Side of Christmas Parade Committee would like to thank everyone involved with the parade and associated activities this year!

December 11, 2015 Letter To the Editor: The 2015 Lighter Side of Christmas Parade Committee would like to thank everyone involved with the parade and associated activities this year! Special thanks to Ute Pass Kiwanis Club, Connie Simms LSOC Liason, Judges Gayle Gross, Mike Dougall, Rita Randolph, Marilyn Dougall and Lenore Hotchkiss, Announcers Mike Perini,…