Re: “How to help The Denver Post,” Chuck Plunkett column, April 13
We just moved here from California in December. I immediately subscribed to The Denver Post. I receive it seven days a week and read every page. It’s great. Please let me know what I can do to keep this paper going.
Barbara Apte, Broomfield
I am a resident of Colorado Springs. As a progressive, I detest the local newspaper, and read The Post, which is more balanced and focused on the news of Colorado.
I want to send my praise for the recent articles about Cambridge Analytica and their activities in Colorado. If it weren’t for the reporting by The Post, this dastardly organization and its activities would remain unknown.
As a reader, of course, I regret the “shrinking” of the newspaper both physically, the reduction of features and the recent reduction in the size of the news staff.
It is my hope that someone or some entity, with altruistic intent (and deep pockets) takes up ownership and continues the critical role of the 4th Estate.
Paul Eckstein, Colorado Springs
Where can one find a job like “Editor of the Editorial Pages?” Not to single any aspect out from the declining Post, but lately a Perspective section consists only of reprinted columns from other newspapers, as on Monday April 16, which offered only three Washington Post pieces. When you are asking $500 for the subscription you ought to be putting out more.