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Thursday, November 21,2013
I think it is very important that the truth about Kennedy's assassination come out. If it doesn't on this 50th anniversary, when will it?
Thursday, November 14,2013
Any discussion should be guided by facts. Unfortunately, Dave Anderson’s recent opinion piece [“Limit corporate welfare,” commentary, Oct. 24] fails to meet that standard and misrepresents both the policy work of The Pew Charitable Trusts and the fiscal realities facing state governments.
Thursday, November 7,2013
Surovchak either doesn’t know what he is talking about, or he is deliberately demeaning an experienced soil sampler. Neither enables the public to trust what a DOE official says.
Thursday, October 31,2013
We can’t rely on Lafayette city council to protect the citizens of Lafayette from the dangers of oil and gas extraction or to report the oil and gas industry’s legal threats.
Thursday, October 24,2013
As the franchise with Xcel ends, Boulder wishes to create a municipal utility (muni) — an improvement indeed!
Thursday, October 17,2013
Oh, Mr. Flanders! I can’t figure out whether you’re ringing your hands in distress and bewilderment or in delight at being able, yet again, to take pot shots at the environment. Yes, I wrote environment. I did not mean “environmentalists.”
Thursday, October 10,2013
The floods of just a few short weeks ago have shown that the oil and gas industry is extraordinarily prepared, responsive in real time and focused on assisting our neighbors in this great state to rebuild.
Thursday, October 3,2013
In last week’s letter dubbed “Tip your street performer” [Sept. 26], the author rightly suggests that if you enjoy and value a performance, then compensate the performer.
Thursday, September 26,2013
I read your article today regarding the homeless population being turned away at shelters. I have heard first-hand that it was not only one shelter that turned them away, but many.
Thursday, September 19,2013
“Does it really make sense that a place that was named Colorado by the Spanish, a place once claimed by Spanish kings and Mexican governors and Mexican land barons, a place fought over by Mexico and the United States for years, would not have a rich Latino history?”