We have a lively local discussion around gun violence.
The continuing name calling, negative innuendo and downright slander around this issue is an example of what I call “being a part of the problem.”
I find it inexplicable that some of your readers cannot understand the difficulty the various law enforcement personnel has in following procedures relating to enforcing certain laws.
The Second Amendment is not about hunting or recreational shooting. Rather, it is about defense of self and country as well as protection of the people against tyranny.
After the editorial “Fund Board changes are welcome” in Wednesday’s Steamboat Today, it seems appropriate to inform the public of the financial status of the Steamboat Springs School District.
In view of the pending move of all the Sundance Plaza post office boxes to the downtown location, this seems an appropriate time to readdress a perennial question about mail service in Steamboat Springs.
Although it is true that home ownership is not for everyone, I have been told that people in the community think the “partner families” somehow did not do what was needed in order to move into Routt County Habitat for Humanity’s Riverside duplex.
Sheriff Wiggins, along with the Weld and Moffatt County sheriffs, were elected into office to enforce all the laws legislated regardless of their personal or political views.
Do any of the people denigrating Sheriff Garrett Wiggins realize that their president will not enforce laws that he doesn’t like?
Wouldn’t it be great if we all could just take a breath and a moment, slow down the hypocrisy and think about things?
Where in the Constitution does it give authority for any level of government to determine what “we the people” can keep and bear?
I would suggest to Mr. Peters and others critical of Sheriff Wiggins to not waste their time mulling over a recall petition for our sheriff. Instead, you should be worried about saving your own candidates in the next election.
The opinions on Sheriff Garrett Wiggins’ position on Colorado’s recently approved gun control measures broadly fall into three categories.
One of the easiest tools a family can use to ensure a healthier diet is the Nutrition Facts label found on every product.
Violation of the new gun control law on magazine size is a misdemeanor, not a felony, and by statute a sheriff is not required to investigate misdemeanor law violations.