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Letters: No surprise that Breck’s lift broke

January 4, 2019

No surprise that Breck’s lift brokeWith regard to the recent dramatic breakdown of the Quicksilver lift, and as a Breckenridge property owner and season ski pass holder of multiple decades, it’s been apparent to me...

Letters: Congressmen need term limits

January 3, 2019

Congressmen need term limitsJennifer Eisenlau is onto something in her SDN letter entitled “Politicians should pay up.” She asks: Why should the people who shut down paychecks for America’s government workers get their own paychecks?Here...

Letters: Cut down on meat for the New Year
Letters: Cut down on meat for the New Year

January 1, 2019

Ditch the meat for New Year’sWith the glow of Christmas barely behind us, we look forward to the new year and the customary New Year’s resolutions: reduce social media, reduce weight, and, this year, reduce...

Summit Daily letters: What Rudolph taught me

December 21, 2018

What Rudolph taught meIt seems as though Rudolph has been thrown off the sleigh. In current times, some folks cry for the cartoon to be banned, claiming that it’s filled with prejudice and insensitive behaviors....

Summit Daily letters: Energy pipe dreams

December 10, 2018

Thanks for the plowI just wanted to take a minute to thank the town of Dillon for continuing to plow the rec paths through the winter. For those of us who use the rec paths...

Summit Daily letters: A demand for dementia action

November 29, 2018

A demand for dementia actionMore than one-quarter of all hospitalizations of people with dementia are preventable, costing Medicare nearly $2.6 billion a year. What if those funds could be redirected to provide needed health care...

Summit Daily letters: Shame on you, town of Breck

November 19, 2018

Shame on you, town of BreckI went to buy my parking pass for the North Gondola lot for this ski season. Talk about sticker shock. 2017 the parking pass was $219. Now the town of...