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Letters: 12/8/16

Response to Anderson It is clear, by reading that article , Mr. Anderson is just another whining liberal. Hillary Clinton is the biggest crook coming...

Letters: 12/1/16

Watch out for Tom Harris The letter by Tom Harris recently published in the Weekly was part of a misinformation campaign organized by the right...

Letters: 11/24/16

An invitation to listen As we awaken to the incredibly disparate perspectives and influences on our country today, I hope you will keep in mind...

Letters: 11/17/16

Coming home to roost Election night the chickens came home to roost. Trump’s unprecedented victory proves that hate is a stronger emotion than love. That...

Letters: 11/10/16

Good article Mr. Dyer My husband and I have enjoyed your Weekly very much. The pictures on the front page are certainly thought provoking every...

Letters: 11/3/16

BW’s Inexplicable Presidential Endorsement Thanks for the article “The New Harvest of Rage,” by Joel Dyer in the October 27, 2016 edition of BW. Unfortunately,...

Letters: 10/27/16

Give me some arts tax As a theater lover and mother of two, I’m very excited to be able to vote YES on Scientific and...

Letters 10/20/16

Short and sweet Please endorse Hillary Clinton. Thank you. Sally Hart/Englewood, CO Thanks for not endorsing Bennett Thank you for recommending Arn Menconi for Colorado’s next senator against Michael...

Letters: 10/6/16

No on 71 Corporate interests led by oil and gas promote Initiative 71, asserting “special interests” pollute Colorado’s Constitution. Banking several million dollars, corporate special...

Letters: 9/29/16

‘The Other’ It is impossible for me to believe that households in and near Twin Lakes in the Gunbarrel area, are being ingenuous about their...

Letters: 9/22/16

Best practices required for a successful relocation Kudos to Boulder City Council members who did the right thing by authorizing county-owned grassland to save the...

Letters: 9/15/16

Dyer’s a needed Muckraker I shudder to think where we’ll be if journalists like Joel Dyer disappear. Amid massive layoffs at newspapers going “digital first,”...
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