Letters

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Email letters, May 4, 2015

By Staff

Thank you, Sen. Crowder, for voting to keep public lands in public hands I am writing in response to a recent Daily Sentinel story (“GOP senator helps kill federal lands bill,”) and to thank state Sen. Larry Crowder (R-Alamosa) on ...


Printed Letters: May 3, 2015

By Staff

BLM should do more 
to promote conservation Right now the Bureau of Land Management has a chance to set a course for the future that meets the broad needs of our community, including taking a better approach at managing trails and places ...


Email letters, May 1, 2015

By Staff

BLM plans present solutions tailored to specifics of respective Field Offices Sunday’s Daily Sentinel article on wilderness character seemed to presume that differences between the White River and Grand Junction Resource Management ...


Printed Letters: May 1, 2014

By Staff

SB272 gives opportunity to vote on transportation The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is supportive of highway infrastructure investments at both the national and state level. Many local business chambers are strongly in favor of infrastructure ...


Email letters, April 30, 2015

By Staff

We should pray for Nepal and those aiding the victims The efforts of first-year medical student Sweta Lohani of Glenwood Springs to aid victims injured in the Nepal earthquake is very commendable. (See The Daily Sentinel on Wednesday) ...


Printed Letters: April 30, 2015

By Staff

Extraction helps North Fork Valley economy Fracking has been going on around Bull Mountain and Iron Point for over 25 years, and as far as I know there has never been a serious spill or leakage. They have been drilling and fracking on our ...


Email letters, April 29, 2015

By Staff

Dogs in pickup beds should be contained or leashed for our safety Many in our community have read about the horrible incident involving three unrestrained dogs that attacked a woman, seemingly without provocation. All of us have seen ...


Printed Letters: April 29, 2015

By Staff

Our hunting heritage is under attack by the BLM Our hunting Heritage is under attack by the Bureau of Land Management. Willow Spring Road near De Beque is a great example. The BLM has now titled this Road G142. In 1966, the Colorado Division ...


Email letters, April 28, 2015

By Staff

Our hunting heritage is under attack by the BLM Our hunting Heritage is under attack by the BLM. Willow Spring Road near De Beque is a great example. The BLM has now titled this Road G142. In 1966, the Colorado Parks and Wildlife negotiated ...


Printed Letters: April 28, 2014

By Staff

Now is the time to help Nepal with donations Many people in this area have been to Nepal and experienced the hospitality of the Nepali people. Now is the time to give back. The country is reeling after Saturday’s magnitude 7.8 ...


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